People are streaming in and filling seats like guests at a wedding– proponents of the sale like Berkshire Museum director Van Shields and Trustees are seated together on the left.
Attorneys greet and shake hands like team captains before a big game.
Oral arguments and today’s players
William F. Lee representing The Trustees of the Berkshire Museum and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General
Sullivan & Worcester LLP law firm on behalf of ‘Berkshire Museum Member Plaintiffs’: James Hatt, Kristin Hatt, and Elizabeth Weinberg
Foley Hoag and Barker, Epstein & Loscocco – attorney Michael B Keating of Foley Hoag with attorney Daniel Epstein of Barker, Epstein & Loscocco on behalf of clients: Tom Patti, who completed two commissioned installations for the Berkshire Museum entrance and reception areas–spaces that will be gutted if the historic building is disfigured for the New Vision; Marilyn Holtz Patti – resides and works in Berkshire County as does Tom Patti; Jean Rosseau and Jonas Dovydenas- residents of Stockbridge and Lenox; James Lamme, resident of Egremont; and Donald MacGillis, resident of Pittsfield, MA
Save the Art – Save the Museum
Prior posts about this controvertial art sale on Good Morning Gloucester:
Today order of arguments https://wordpress.com/post/goodmorninggloucester.wordpress.com/467367
podcasts Gloucestercast #252, 250, and