Taking inspiration from Sheila Mae Pinkel’s "Light Bulb," this one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class explores making the familiar strange and the strange familiar. It focuses on developing a strong core that supports exterior layers and a sense of lightness.
Looking at Thomas Sills’s oil painting titled "Summer," this one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class brings a splash of sunshine to the long Berkshire winter. It explores the interplay between form and color through bright and hopeful movement.
In this workshop, artist and Assistant Professor of Art Murad Mumtaz demonstrates drawing techniques seen in Indian miniature painting. This free program will be presented online via Zoom.
This one-hour, vinyasa-style online yoga class takes inspiration from "Auguries," a monumental 12-panel aquatint and spitbite print by contemporary artist Julie Mehretu. The title refers to the ancient practice of interpreting omens through birds’ behavior, and the class considers the potential of flight and boundary-defying movement.
This interdisciplinary conversation explores the reciprocal ways we nourish and are nourished by both land and community. Bringing together a range of creative practitioners working at the intersections of artistic practice, land stewardship, education, food studies, and activism, this program touches on topics including food justice, ritual, consumption, care, and the ways sustenance builds connections to place and the beings that inhabit them. This free program will be presented online via Zoom.