The Berkshires is known for many things: its quaint, rural towns, its serene trails, and its rustic restaurants. But in addition to all of that, it's also a hotbed for creativity. A place where emerging artists hone their craft, and museums, theaters, and festivals abound.
That’s why, this hour, we bring you a special “Berkshire edition” of Where We Live, live from the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center at the Berkshire International Film Festival in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. We hear from some of the area's rich cultural institutions, and learn about the many unique experiences the Berkshires has to offer.
- Mariclare Hulbert - Director of Marketing and Communication at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival
- Ariel Bock - Interim Co-Artistic Director, Associate Producer, and Manager of Institutional Giving at Shakespeare & Company
- Jeremy Clowe - Manager of Media Services at the Norman Rockwell Museum
- David Glassberg - Professor of History at UMass Amherst; member of the W.E.B. National Historic Site Steering Committee
- Wray Gunn - Local resident and member of the W.E.B. National Historic Site Steering Committee
John Dankosky and Tucker Ives contributed to this show.