We are up to 29 🎉 We officially start smashing our daily water intake goals tomorrow so this is LAST CALL if you want in on resources, accountability and COMMUNITY 👊🏼 Drop me a GIF or your favorite emoji if you’re in 👇🏼👇🏼
Tomorrow at 1 pm, meet us in the print room for Picturing Paris, a free talk with curatorial assistant Kristie Couser! See nineteenth-century architectural images by Édouard Baldus, Charles Marville, Louis-Émile Durandelle, and Eugène Atget that complement the special exhibition A City Transformed: Photographs of Paris, 1850–1900, on view through 9/23.
Charles Marville (French, 1816–1879), Rue des Sept-Voies, from rue Saint-Hilaire, 1865–69. Albumen print, 11 5/16 x 10 1/2 in. Lent by The Troob Family Foundation
Susan Alcorn, Sandy Silva, and many other talented friends 😍
@bill_wright projections 🍻
To all the fans, followers, and guests 👏
Sound, lighting, @bengarver photography❤️
GREAT NIGHT🏅MORE TO COME💙
@Chihuly’s “Seaforms” will be featured at Schantz Galleries through Labor Day. Visit our website for more information. “More than any other of Chihuly’s sculptures, the ‘Seaforms’ look like nature’s offspring. A vegetal energy radiates from them...” Joan Seeman Robinson – Artforum "Black and White Seaform Set” (2018) #Chihuly#SchantzGalleries#intheberkshires
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Oh, my Carson. Thanks for being such a fantastic little houseguest this week. I’ve so enjoyed sharing adventures with you and watching as you gradually came out of your shell and expressed your sensitive, inquisitive, intelligent soul. Thanks for showing me the world through your eyes: a big, magical place full of wonders like sticks and flowers and giant sofas used as landing pads for furniture leapfrog. You’ve reminded me that life is fuller when these little moments are shared with another being.
It’s been hard for me to be alone since my Marmalade died. Although you two are very different dogs, you share some important traits: imprinting quickly and deeply on your human companion, a waggly tail that has a mind of its own, and a certain emotional intelligence where you mirror my emotions in your actions. I’ll miss your wiggly little body getting comfortable on my lap as you tuck yourself in for a long nap (thus trapping me underneath you because I can’t bear to wake a sleeping puppy) and your quiet companionship at work under my desk as I go through my day.
What’s making it easier for me to return you to the Humane Society tomorrow is that I know you’ll be well taken care of until you find your forever home— and because you’re calm, well-adjusted, eager to please, and, importantly, extraordinarily cute, you’ll find the perfect forever human or humans in no time.
If you’re interested in making Carson your forever dog, please contact @berkshirehumane. He’ll be available for adoption after he gets neutered. Carson’s identical littermate, Candace, will also be ready to be adopted soon!