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A Community Arts Center in Greenfield, MA
A space where all artists, including marginalized communities and individuals, can have their voices heard. There are plenty of opportunities for artists and their work to be nourished, such as providing space to show and develop works in progress. Patrons are welcomed into our community and discover thought-provoking, entertaining, and inspiring works of art.
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Art Exhibits for March
No Somos Máquinas (We Are Not Machines):
Farmworker Resistance in the Connecticut River Valley
Through the words and portraits of farmworkers in Western Massachusetts, the “No Somos Máquinas” exhibit explores the broken immigration system, the exclusion of farmworkers from basic labor protections, and the conditions that have compelled them to rise up. This fully bilingual exhibit sheds light on the experiences of local farmworkers in Western Massachusetts. It consists of portraits, interpretive panels, a timeline of farmworker organizing, and audio of oral history excerpts.
Born on Long Island and raised on Chicago’s South Side, Joseph Ackerman’s love of imagery began at age 10 when he attended afterschool art classes at William H. Ray Elementary School and a neighborhood community center. His exploration of a variety of media continued through high school and into college where he settled on photography as his means of expression. At Hofstra University, in a federal work-study program, Joe worked with Public Relations in Photographic Services.