The Lenox Cultural District was established by the Mass Cultural Council in 2019, in recognition of our unique blend of small town charm with world class culture and arts.

Lenox Cultural District partners work together on promotion, programming and collaboration with fellow partners and neighboring cultural districts in the Berkshires.

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Lenox is home to renowned performing and visual arts venues as well as historic sites, along with destination wellness and lodging facilities. A full cultural experience in Lenox includes sampling our wide array of restaurants, shops, and galleries. Lenox does not simply entertain, it also educates with programming for all ages and interests.

Read about our journey to becoming a cultural district and our amazing partners here.

LATEST NEWS…

Starting August 9th, 2020, The Lenox Cultural District, in partnership with The Berkshire Music School and the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, will present #LenoxLovesMusic!, a live music performance series on Sundays in downtown Lenox at 3:30 pm.

Performances will be held at various outdoor locations throughout town to bring free art experiences to visitors and encourage them to visit the nearby shops and restaurants.

Our series kicks off with Paul Green and his trio playing jazz and Klezmer music, with selections from Green’s CD A Bissel Rhythm, with Paul Green on Clarinet, Joe Rose on Keyboard and Dan Broad on String Bass.

Lenox Art Walk 2020: CALL FOR ARTISTS

This event is a collaboration with the Lenox Chamber of Commerce and Chamber members Richard and Joanna Rothbard from An American Craftsman Gallery. We are looking for a selective group of artists to participate in a town-wide show the weekend of September 26th & 27th.

Each artist will be given a 10′ x 10′ space to set up a tent with adequate socially-distanced spacing between tents. Artists will be grouped into small display villages throughout downtown Lenox to create a walk for visitors to browse and purchase artwork.

The fee to participate in the event is $200 for the weekend. We will have limited space for this curated event, so please apply ASAP for consideration.

For further information, please contact Jenn Nacht at the Lenox Chamber: jenn@lenox.org.

Prior Communications from the Lenox Cultural Council

The Lenox Cultural District steering committee held a community meeting via Zoom on June 29, 2020 to present the committee’s recent activities and discuss concepts for the district for the summer and beyond.  Click here to see the slide presentation from the meeting.