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A scene from "The Royal Tenenbaums"

Anyone who’s curious about the tricks of the set designer’s trade—how he uses color, light and illusion to help film and stage directors tell a story—will want to attend Carl Sprague‘s free illustrated lecture at the Berkshire Museum on Thursday, April 3, at 7 PM. The Stockbridge resident has impressive credits: He’s been the art director for films such as Wes Anderson’s State and Main; he’s designed sets locally for the Albany Berkshire Ballet and the Berkshire Theater Festival, and he’s worked with fine-art-star photographer Gregory Crewdson, who frequently shoots in and around Pittsfield.

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