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Great Barrington Portrait Pop-Up 

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On December 11, Chronogram held a pop-up portrait shoot at the Carrie Chen Gallery in Great Barrington. Proud citizens responded to the call and braved a snowy afternoon to be photographed by David McIntyre. Thanks to everyone who showed up and to Carrie Chen and the staff of the Carrie Chen Gallery for hosting us. A special shout-out to longtime reader Valerie Fanarjian, who reminded us of the letter she wrote 20 years ago, complaining that change in the magazine’s size (in 1999, Chronogram nearly doubled in size to its current behemoth-like stature) meant that it no longer fit on the back of her toilet. Val, our continued apologies.
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Carrie Chen, owner of Carrie Chen Gallery and the Barrington
Jim Frangione, playwright and artistic director of Great Barrington Public Theater
April Hoskeer, gardener
Aaron Meshon, illustrator, children’s book author, and member of Railroad street Collective
Beth Carlson, partner in Silo Media and board president of Dewey Hall
Charlotte Beckwith
Chris Watford, communications director at Community Access to the Arts
Deann Halper, executive director of Great Barrington Public Theater
Dennis Iodice, owner of Berkshire Dry Goods
Desiree Bragan, key holder at Theory Wellness
Diane Dillon, psychologist and director of the Wellness Center at Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Donna Norman, CEO of woman-owned Calyx Berkshire dispensary
Fiona Scruggs, director of communications and marketing at Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Graham Dean and Barbara Dean, musicians and folk DJs
Harry Levenstein, ceramicist
Heather Moresi, Birch House Manager at Stanton Home, pictured with Fievel
Hudson Beckwith
Joshua Kanter, owner of JK Custom Furniture
Kristen Westerman Kanter, furniture maker at JK Custom Furniture and member of Railroad Street Collective
Kristin Coppola, dispensary support specialist at Theory Wellness
Margaret Keller, executive director at Community Access to the Arts
Mary Budzn, Advancement Services Associate at Bard College at Simon’s Rock
Natalie Tyler, sculptor
Oliver Antunes, chef at Cantina 229
Patrizia Barbagallo, owner of Pixie Boulangerie
Rie McCarthy, ceramicist and member of Railroad Street Collective
Sabine von Falken, photographer and cofounder of Lisa Vollmer Gallery
Tristan Wilson, managing director of Great Barrington Public Theater
Valerie Fanarjian, artist and director of student activities at Simon’s Rock
Sophia Wang, assistant professor of Chinese language and culture at Bard College at Simon’s Rock and Xin Tong, writer and historian, pictured with Daniel and Grace Tong.
Paul Joffe, owner of the Flying Church and Flying Church Coffee
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Chris Watford, communications director at Community Access to the Arts

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