Charles Giuliano (2015-2016)
Giuliano covers the equity companies of the Berkshires, Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow and its museums for Berkshire Fine Arts, which he founded in 2006. He ran the gallery program and taught art history and the humanities at New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University, earned an MA and was an adjunct professor at Boston U., U. Mass Lowell and other colleges. After Avatar, he joined the weekly Boston After Dark/ Phoenix before becoming a staff critic for the daily Boston Herald Traveler. Other publications include the daily Patriot Ledger, a variety of magazines, columnist for Art New England and Art News. He started on line with Microsoft’s Sidewalk then founded Maverick Arts and the current Berkshire Fine Arts. He has recently published a book of poems, Shards of a Life, with another due in the fall. In 1970 he coined and was first to publish Gonzo. He is also a member of the International Association of Arts Critics.
Lou Harry (2014-17)
Harry, arts & entertainment editor for the Indianapolis Business Journal (www.ibj.com/arts), has written for more than four dozen publications including The Sondheim Review, Variety, Dramatics, and TheatreWeek. Among his published books are Kid Culture (Cider Mill Press), Creative Block (Running Press), and The High-Impact Infidelity Diet: A Novel (Random House), while his produced plays include Midwestern Hemisphere, Lightning & Jellyfish, and the long-running Going…Going…Gone: The Live Auction Comedy. Follow @louharry and @ibjarts and/or visit www.louharry.com for more information.
Erin Keane (2014-17)
Keane is a critic and arts writer based in Louisville, Kentucky. A former staff theater critic for The Courier-Journal and WFPL, Louisville’s NPR station, and a member of the 2014 class of National Critics Institute fellows at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, she currently serves as the culture editor at Salon.com.