Head to Race Street in Holyoke and see how Gateway City Arts is re-imagining its role as a cultural hub in the post-pandemic age.

Then, visual artist and educator Justin Beatty discusses the history and cultural significance of hairstyles in Black and Indigenous communities.

And, after the death of his mother, artist Gregory Drew found solace – and a prolific second career – crafting colorful works of stained glass.

Finally, learn how the Fireside program brings the rich literary history of the Berkshires to life for local students through the power of poetry.