Hilltown Families

This month, Hilltown Families Contributing Writer, Cheryl Allan Carlyle, encourages readers to try their hand – literally – at creating their own special piece of pottery. Featured here are five local...

The maple tree and sugar season have been a source of inspiration for artists and poets in New England. Here we take a look at Western Massachusetts landscape painter, Robert Strong...

Norman Rockwell’s “The Problem We All Live With,” painted in 1963, is considered an iconic image of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Asking yourself questions, visit the Norman...

Really want to entrench yourself in local art history? Then paint at the summit of Mt. Holyoke! The mountain (not the college!) is the site of Thomas Cole’s 1836...

Little-known Work by Eugène Delacroix on View at Clark Art Institute The Martyrdom of Saint Sulpicius (c. 1847-50) is a little-known but magnificent oil study by French artist Eugène Delacroix, which was...

In celebration of Black History Month, Norman Rockwell Museum has partnered with Google to share artworks and artifacts from its permanent collection, that illustrate Norman Rockwell’s dedication to civil rights.

Shedding light on an art form that's constantly accessible to us, the new online resource Illustration History offers an in-depth look at the many genres of illustration and the artists who...

A part of cultures around the world for thousands of years, pottery is fascinating - both as an art form and as an entry point for studying history. Utilizing local resources,...

Clark Art Institute's Machine Age Modernism exhibition explores groundbreaking printmaking and offers community-based learning opportunity on art history. Exhibition opens February 28, 2015 in Williamstown, MA.