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Mahaiwe Tent


Parties & Openings

Nov. 18 – Pittsfield
Festival of Trees

Nov. 15 – G. Barrington
Indwe Learning Center Benefit

Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

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Above And Below Opens At No. Six Depot

Amy Krzanik reports from West Stockbridge. Neither cold temperatures, nor blustery winds, nor falling snow, sleet and hail kept well-wishers from attending the opening reception for Above and Below at No. Six Depot Café on Saturday, January 3. Friends new and old came out to congratulate photographers Dan Mead, Sally Eagle, and Marie-Elizabeth Mali on their new exhibit in the Café’s gallery space. Wildlife photos by Mead and Eagle hung above underwater shots by Mali, giving the exhibit its name. Award-winning photographers Mead and Eagle have traveled the world together for 40 years, and Above and Below showcases 13 amazing shots of cheetahs, gorillas, sea lions, bears and other wild animals they’ve encountered along the way. Mali began diving in 2000 and now seeks out whales, sharks, sea urchins and other ocean life in places like Indonesia, Costa Rica, the Galapagos and other destinations. Seventeen of her colorful “below” photographs are shown in this exhibit, which will be up until February 15. Above, the artists: Sally Eagle, Dan Mead and Marie-Elizabeth Mali.

Tracy and Andy Foster, who are both IS183 board members; Monica Celli-Demovellan, Tom O’Neil and Wendy O’Neil.

Bob Tibo, proprietor of the Shaker Mill Inn, No. Six Depot co-owner Lisa Landry and Berkshire Museum Executive Director Van Shields; Berkshire Museum trustee Donna Krenicki and Holly Freadman.

Photos by Sally Eagle and Dan Mead (above) and Marie-Elizabeth Mali (below); Mike and Lisa were wow-ed by the photography.

Lynn and Dick Curtis; A cold night outside, but a warm crowd inside.

Jesko Stahl, Sonia Premi with a young art lover, Marie-Elizabeth Mali and David Ashkenazy.

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