Deerfield Valley Art Association
"Agriculture ~the Heartbeat of the Valley"
May 30 ~ June 13, 2015 ~ 10am to 2pm daily
at the 1739 Bernardston Unitarian Meetinghouse
A Multi-Media Art Exhibit
Celebrating Working Farms of the Pioneer Valley
co-sponsored by DVAA, Pioneer Valley Institute, Bernardston Agricultural Commission,
Arts and Activism at Bernardston Unitarian
with funding support from the Bernardston and MA Cultural Councils
All Day Opening Event
Saturday, May 30 ~ 10am to 4pmat the 1739 Unitarian Meetinghouse
10 am: Art Show Opens, Hospitality table
10am-1pm: Farmers Market in the United
Church Parking Lot across the street
10:30am: 1739 Meetinghouse, Movie Upstairs:
"A Long Row in Fertile Ground"
11:30am: Dedication of the Morton Endowment
for the upkeep of the 1739 Unitarian
12 Noon: 1739 Meetinghouse, Downstairs,
Artists Reception and live music ~
Tinen, Bork and Kahn Trio
1:30pm: Special Guest, State Rep. Stephen Kulik
and Panel discussion of "Critical Issues
in Agriculture for the Pioneer Valley"
3-4pm: Awarding of Prizes for the Art Exhibition
Art prizes awarded on May 30th for four categories: "Watercolor/Pastel," "Acrylic/Oil," and an "Other Media" category including photography and 3-dimensional works. A "People's Choice Award" will be given out at the closing concert on June 13 during intermission.
Closing Event: Michael Nix Concert
Saturday, June 13, 7:30-9:30 1739 Meetinghouse $10 at door
Schedule updates & Artist information at: www.bernardstonunitarian.org