Join the Emily Dickinson Museum in celebrating Massachusetts ArtWeek with the #ArtofRainPoetry.
Date: December 19, 2015 Time: 11AM, 1PM, 2PM Cost: $20 adults; $10 museum members; $5 for students grades K-12. On this special family-friendly visit, revel in holiday traditions as we trace the history of Christmas celebrations in the two Dickinson households. A Museum guide will serve as your host for this unique exploration through the
Date: December 12, 2015 Time: 1-4PM Location: The Emily Dickinson Museum, 280 Main Street, Amherst MA The 185th birthday of the poet coincides with the completion of the bedroom restoration at the Emily Dickinson Museum. On December 12 join us from 1PM-4PM to celebrate with an open house at the Museum. All are welcome and no admission
Third Fridays, noon – 2 p.m. September through May (No meeting in December) The Emily Dickinson Museum’s Poetry Discussion group meets on the 3rd Friday of each month from September through May (except for December) for lively conversation about Emily Dickinson’s poetry and letters. Featured facilitators each month offer fresh perspectives on Dickinson’s poetry. Location: The
Wednesday-Sunday, October 28-November 1, 2015 Shows at 6:30PM and 8:00PM One need not be a Chamber — to be Haunted — -Emily Dickinson the past hath its phantoms, More real than solid earth -Isabella Banks Get into the spirit of Halloween with this story-telling celebration of ghosts and all things Gothic at The Evergreens. Co-produced
Date: October 20, 2015 Time: 4-6PM Location: Emily Dickinson Museum 280 Main Street, Amherst, MA The Emily Dickinson Museum’s first Teacher Tuesday takes place Tuesday, October 20, from 4 to 6 pm. All educators are invited to this free program where you’ll have the run of the Emily Dickinson Museum. Make an herbarium, read or write in Emily’s
An immersive journey through the Dickinson-Higginson correspondence Dates: September 17-19 and 24-26 Location: Begins and ends at The Emily Dickinson Museum, downtown Amherst “A unique, phenomenal, and deeply treasured experience.” — Len Berkman, Smith College Professor of Theater It took eight years of correspondence before T.W. Higginson arrived in Amherst to meet his elusive advisee,
August 21, 2015 10 am – 5 pm sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation Join us for Free Fun Fridays at the Emily Dickinson Museum on Friday, August 21! Sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation, this annual summer program opens doors at no cost to visitors at many of the most treasured cultural venues in
Time: Saturday, July 18, 2015 1-4 p.m. Location: Emily Dickinson Museum lawn (in case of rain, most actitivities will take place indoor at First Congregational Church, across the street from the Museum at 165 Main Street) Fee: $5 for families, EDM Members/Families FREE. Activity fees where noted below. The Circus is coming to the museum
Adam Grabowski is the featured poet for the Emily Dickinson Museum’s Amherst Art Walk poetry night on Thursday, July 2, 2015.
Written by Emma Ayres & Brianna Sloane with design by Elizabeth Pangburn A co-production of TheatreTruck and The Emily Dickinson Museum Dates: July 15th-August 2, 2015, Wednesdays – Sundays Time: 8pm Location: The Emily Dickinson Museum Homestead Tickets: Tickets are available for reservation and will also be available at the door. Reserve spots early; only 15 audience-members per night.
Date: June 27, 2015 Time: 5 pm Location: Amherst College Alumni House, 75 Churchill Street Suggested donation: $10 per person/ $5 for museum members and students
Dates: June 4-8, 2015 Take part in one of Emily Dickinson’s favorite pastimes—gardening! Join us for our annual effort to prepare the Museum’s historic grounds for summer. Volunteers with all levels of experience are welcome to plant, weed, and beautify under the direction of landscape historian, Marta McDowell, author of Emily Dickinson’s Gardens.
Date: May 30, 2015 Location: The Emily Dickinson Museum 280 Main Street, Amherst Time: 6:30 pm Admission: $10, $5 for Museum members Death gets deep, lyrical and energetic treatment in the choral settings by composer Alice Parker of seven poems by Emily Dickinson, which will have their world premiere in performances May 29-31 by Da Camera