The Dream Life of Bricks at MASS MoCA This past summer, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, MASS MoCA, presented a dance theatre work in some of the little-used buildings and courtyards of its North Adams complex. From the mid-1800s to the 1920s, the site was home to Arnold Print Works, which dyed cloth. Sprague Electric Company bought the complex during the Depression and was a major employer in the region until the mid-1980s when it went out of business, causing economic ...

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