Friday, May 25, 2012
Last weekend, the Boston Globe did a feature in their magazine section and today the Amherst Bulletin did a wonderful piece on the cover of the Arts and Leisure section. Emily's Rhapsoday, local artists and students response has it's premiere at the Dickinson Museum on May 12 - June 30. The balance of the local creative response will be at the Amherst Biennial this Fall. Stay tuned.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Jane Wald, the Director of the Dickinson Museum, Teri Magner, Art Teacher from Fort River & Terry Rooney, Chair of the Amherst Public Arts Commission selected a cross-section of artists visual responses to Dickinson poems. The panels for Emily's Rhapsody will be installed at the Dickinson Museum tomorrow in time for the artists' reception and the Poetry Walk on Saturday 1 PM. This event is free and open to the general public. Several local luminaries will be reading Emily's poems including John Musante, Town Manager. 500 of these artists' panels will be exhibited at the Amherst Biennial this fall.