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
Saturday, May 16, 2015 Friends’ Day Time: 11:30 am Location: Amherst College Alumni House, 75 Churchill Street For Museum members Emily Dickinson Poetry Walk Time: 1 pm Location: Begins at the Emily Dickinson Museum Fee: Free
Award Ceremony Honoring Ken Burns DATE: Monday, April 13 TIME: 7:30 pm (Doors will open at 7:00 pm) LOCATION: Kirby Theater, Amherst College COST: Free
Date: April 2, 2015 Time: 5-8 pm Location: The Homestead Fee: Free Starting on Thursday, April 2, the Emily Dickinson Museum will be joining the monthly Amherst Art Walk. The Art Walk is held on the first Thursday of every month from 5 to 8 pm, with participating venues hosting gallery openings, concerts, lectures, and other
DATE: March 8, 2015 TIME: 3 pm LOCATION: Amherst Woman’s Club, 35 Triangle Street, Amherst, MA COST: Free The Emily Dickinson Museum and the Amherst Woman’s Club are pleased to welcome novelist and screenwriter William Nicholson for a conversation about his new novel, Amherst,on Sunday, March 8, at 3 pm. Nicholson will be joined in the
DATE: February 5, 2015 TIME: 7 pm LOCATION: Amherst Regional High School, 21 Mattoon Street, Amherst, MA COST: Free The Emily Dickinson Museum is pleased to present “In my native Town,” a conversation between 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Drama-winner Annie Baker and 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Drama finalist Madeleine George on Thursday, February 5, at 7
Thursday, October 4 through Saturday, October 6, 2018 “A unique, phenomenal, and deeply treasured experience.” – Len Berkman, Smith College Professor of Theater It took eight years of correspondence before Thomas Wentworth Higginson arrived in Amherst to meet his elusive advisee, Emily Dickinson. Before You Became Improbable reimagines the day of that meeting, offering audience members an
Monday, October 1, 2018 6:30PM at the Emily Dickinson Museum View Emily Dickinson’s world through the eyes of an archaeologist during this presentation at the Museum. Faculty and members of the University of Massachusetts Amherst archaeological field school will present findings from their work on the grounds of the Emily Dickinson Museum in the summer
September 6, 2018 The Emily Dickinson Museum participates in Amherst Arts Night Plus on first Thursdays each month. Free and open to all! Learn more at www.EmilyDickinsonMuseum.org/events. Each month enjoy the following: 5 to 8 pm: Pop-up contemporary art exhibit in the Homestead from 5 to 6 pm: Open mic signups for poets, writers, performers of any kind 6 pm: Open
Friday, August 24, 2018 What to Expect during Your Visit On Free Fun Friday, sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation, you can enjoy self-guided tours and more at the Emily Dickinson Museum from 10 am to 5 pm. Free Fun Fridays runs June through August with a schedule of participating organizations. Find out more here: http://www.highlandstreet.org/programs/free-fun-fridays
Sunday, August 5 from 10AM to 12PM Bees are Black – with Gilt Surcingles – Buccaneers of Buzz – Ride abroad in ostentation And subsist on Fuzz – (Fr1426) Families are welcome at this celebration of all things pollination at the Emily Dickinson Museum! Did you know Dickinson wrote around 100 poems about bees? She was