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ELYSE HARNEY

Cornwall Library - BOOKS & BLOOMS

STAIR GALLERIES

Parties & Openings


May 19 - Great Barrington
IS183 Camp KitchyKinky

May 18 - Sharon
Trade Secrets

May 17 - North Adams
NBUW Spirit Of Caring Awards

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Art New England Pages The Berkshires

Lisa Green reports from North Adams. On Thursday, May 10, the Cynthia-Reeves and Ferrin Contemporary galleries hosted Art New England to celebrate the publication’s May/June museums issue featuring Destination: Berkshires, MA & Beyond. The two galleries, located next door to each other in Building 13 on the MASS MoCA campus, welcomed Art New England staffers and members of the New England art community. The issue, which features a profile of Jarvis Rockwell (who attended the event), includes a timely article, “The Deaccessioning Dilemma,” and highlights many of our favorite local galleries and museums. [Above, Kristen Jussila, director of Cynthia-Reeves, with Susan Baker, editor of the publication.]


Tim O’Connor, Leslie van Breen and Julia Daly, all from The Artist Book Foundation; Jill Whitney Armstrong, who co-owns iartcolony in Rockport with her husband, and Samantha Wilhelm, account representative for Art New England.


MASS MoCA’s Jodi Joseph chats with Rita Fucillo, publisher of Art New England.


Sisters Kristen van Breen and Annelies van Breen; Greg Van Houten of GVH Studio, which supplies graphics to galleries and museums, with Jarvis Rockwell.


Artist Doug Trump with gallery owner Cynthia Reeves.

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