Letter: Museum leadership deserves to be scorned
To the editor:
The Berkshire Museum does indeed deserve the "condemnation and scorn" so articulately described by Mr. Giuliano in Tuesday's letter to the editor.
I am continually amazed by the people of this community who have their heads so firmly and deeply embedded in the sand of their self-righteous blather about progress, new vision, and changing the Berkshire Museum from a place that "merely" displays art. It's so sad that you supporters out there don't have the "vision" to see that in 50 years, 100 years, the art of the Berkshire Museum will be gone, the building will be a shell, its former glory gone forever.
Do you dispute this, Mr. Shields, Ms. McGraw? Why don't you write in to The Eagle and tell us how you're feeling? We never hear from you anymore. Actually, Mr. Shields, we've never heard from you in this forum, anyway. You should be ashamed of yourselves for setting this whole disgusting quagmire of the Berkshire Museum in motion.
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