If you’re looking for things to do in Central Massachusetts, check out these listings and get to know prominent speakers and artists from the area.
When the Land Speaks
Larry Spotted Crow Mann, an accomplished writer and speaker, discusses the relationship between humans and nature in a multimedia presentation. Learn the history and observe the oral traditions of the Nipmuc people through drumming and storytelling. These are art forms that have been passed down generations. Take part in this evening of sharing at Natick History Museum.
For another venture into nature, join young farmer Tyler Harris as he visualizes what he calls “throw away culture.” Franklin Agway hosts this ongoing mural project on their grounds, giving you an opportunity to visit the artist at work and understand his process.
Sketch With an Artist
Few museum experiences get as immersive as this. Kirstin Lamb, a talented multimedia artist, has been named a featured guest at Fruitlands Museum. She leads a deep look into her work as displayed and talks through her process. Follow along and sketch alongside a professional.
Whatever Happened to Sunday Dinner?
Dr. Ed Iannuccilli has worked in academics, gastroenterology, government, and business. Now he’s an author and storyteller who shares his vision with audiences. Get a good seat at this television taping and see Dr. Ed in person as he explains his reasons and methods for approaching a new book.
Now You Can Take off Your Clothes
In a unique storytelling event, conductor Jon Ceander recounts his time spent traveling in Europe. Through these often funny and strange stories, you’ll see that the life of a musician is often more complicated than it might seem.
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