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Contributors to Berkshire Fine Arts

  • Charles Giuliano

    Publisher & Editor. Charles was the director of exhibitions for the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University where he taught art history and the humanities. He taugh tModern Art and t...

  • Susan Hall

    Bio not currently available.

  • Mark Favermann

    Architecture, design, film and theatre critic/associate editor Mark Favermann, is an urban designer and public artist who over the past two decades has written extensively on art and design. A former ...

  • Zeren Earls

    A travel writer, Zeren Earls is a native of Turkey, who came to the United States in the late 50s for her college education. She studied psychology at Duke University, where she met her late husband, ...

  • David Wilson

    In the ‘60s, David Wilson was the publisher and editor of Broadside of Boston, one of the founding directors and sometimes editor of Boston’s underground newspaper, Avatar. He started a record dis...

  • David Bonetti

    David covers fine arts and opera. He was a staff writer for the Saint Louis Post Dispatch and before that the San Francisco Examiner and Boston Phoenix. Now retired he has returned to Boston

  • Adam Zucker

    Adam Zucker is an Art Historian, Curator, and arts blogger born and raised in New York. Adam has organized gallery and museum exhibitions in New York, Texas, and Provincetown, Massachusetts. Adam fo...

  • Philip Kampe

    Bio not currently available.

  • Astrid Hiemer

    A cultural critic and writer, Astrid grew up after WW II in Hamburg, Germany, and emigrated to the United States in the 1960s. She was formerly the assistant director (Administrative Officer) of the C...

  • Leanne Jewett

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  • Vin Jensen

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  • Alix Jones

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  • Martin Mugar

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  • Shawn Hill

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  • Steve Nelson

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  • david zaig

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  • Erica Adams

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  • Edward Rubin

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  • Christopher Johnson

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  • Brian Mastroianni

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  • Larry Murray

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  • Kathi Casey

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  • Stephanie de Troy

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  • Paula Hatch

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  • Steve Nelson

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  • Michelle Silva-Jensen

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  • david zaig

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  • Andrew Klass

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  • Robert Morgan

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  • Pennie Brantley

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  • laurie goddard

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  • Joe Goodwin

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  • Sarah Sutro

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  • Magdalena Taber

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  • Deirdre Flynn Sullivan

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  • Djurdjija Vucinic

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  • Spencer Wells

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  • Keltha McAulay

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  • Lucinda Shmulsky

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  • X Bonnie Woods

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Gerald Elias Is a musican, conductor and author of mystery novels. Based in Utah he is a former violinist for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He returns to the Berkshires each summer to play with the Tanglewood orchestra.

Richard Friswell is an art historian and publisher/ editor of Artes Magazine in Connecticut.

Melissa Hall is a theatre critic and writer based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Susan Hall is a New Yorki based writer and editor with many books to her name. For the past few years she has covered classical music and theatre in Manhattan as well as on the road from Europe, Chicago and Denver.

Shawn Hill has been writing about art in the Boston area since 1990. Currently he is an instructor in Art History at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. His focus is on 20th century art and the history of photography.

Angelika Jansen, Ph.D. is an ATCA member who divides time between Texas and Germany. She write about a wide range of film, theatre and the performing arts. 

Jack Lyons is an arts and entertainment critic for the San Diego based Desert Local News. He is an ATCA member who covers theatre in California.

Larry Murray was a founding editor of Berkshire Fine Arts. Three years ago he started Berskhire On Stage. He contributes the occasional dialogue and think piece about the state of the arts.

Steve Nelson is the director of the New England Music Museum which is under development. He was the founding director of the famed Boston tea Party where WBCN initiated its rock broadcasting.

Edward Rubin is a New York based fine arts and theatre critic. He is on the board of directors of the American Theatre Critics Association and The International Society of Art Critics (AICA). He writes for numerous magazines and global websites.

Dr. Yuri Tuvim, word/ travel contributor, was born in Russia in 1930. He came to the US in 1976, and worked 25 years for Waters Corp. (Liquid Chromatography company) as Principal Engineer. During the Cold War he was a  radio talk show host, commentator (WEEI & WTTP), lecturer (The Heritage Foundation & The Productivity Communication Center) and writer (USA today).

 

Adam Zucker is a New York based fine arts critic.