Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:I am a retired, longtime curator at the Clark Art Institute and a former resident of Berkshire County, volunteer at the Berkshire Museum, and member of its Collections Committee. I directed two museums, the Addison Gallery of American … more
To the editor:There is so much hate going on. And I'm not talking about the devastating divide happening in our country. I'm talking about the Berkshire Museum. And it makes this beautiful community look silly and childish. Because this is a very … more
To the editor:Has anyone made efforts to get the Berkshire Museum to sell the Rockwell paintings to the Norman Rockwell Museum for a partial cash payment and the balance by way of a promissory note payable over a period of years? Both institutions … more
Museum's wise planprepares for futureTo the editor:As a nationally known professional in the nonprofit sector with more than 40 years of experience and a Berkshire Museum member for 10 years, I have followed the continuing stories about the museum … more
To the editor:I'm sure if you read the Berkshire Eagle you will be familiar with the problems and controversy the Berkshire Museum has encountered in announcing its intention to monetize its masterpieces of French Impressionism, the Hudson River … more
To the editor:The Norman Rockwell family is to be supported for their opposition to the sale of their father's and grandfather's works. I strongly support their opposition.Gifts to museums and art galleries are cultural and historical contributions … more
To the editor:In his economic analysis of the extreme model railroad museum ("Grand plans in North Adams," Sept. 1), Stephen Sheppard anticipates that the museum will attract between half a million … more
To the editor:I agree with those who have written in dismay and shock regarding the idea of the Berkshire Museum selling off its most prized works. Pittsfield has endured a lot of loss in recent years and should not have to take another huge blow to … more
To the editor:William Stanley Business Park would have been a great place for "innovation," a Museum of Electricity of the GE days. So many inventors right here from Pittsfield and beyond. But no inventive capital and a lot of years passed, along … more
To the editor:There is still time! In the best interest of the community it serves, in whose interest it holds the museum collection, the board of the Berkshire Museum needs to stop the sale now, … more
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