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• Brian Christopher Glaser, Managing Editor
Brian is an artist, Boston-native, and is the Managing Editor of BR&S, coordinating the editorial activities of the publication. He has a BFA in Sculpture from Tulane University in New Orleans and his MFA from MassArt. Brian is also an Instructor and the Studio Manager for the Sculpture and Digital Media disciplines at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
• Leah Triplett Harrington, Senior Editor
Leah Triplett Harrington joined the Big Red and Shiny editorial staff in 2013 and served as Blog Editor through 2014; she currently oversees BR&S's editorial focus. Leah has contributed catalogue essays to CUE Art Foundation (New York) and Hashimoto Contemporary (San Francisco), as well as articles to a number of publications, most recently The Brooklyn Rail, Harper's Bazaar Art, and Hyperallergic. She has lectured on art criticism and various topics in art history at Montserrat College of Art, Stonehill College, and Tufts University Art Gallery. She works as Director of Programs & Exhibitions for Fort Point Arts Community.
• Megan Gregory, Editor
Megan Gregory started learning about art in school. She has continued this process by working in arts organizations big and small in Boston and Cambridge.
• Scout Hutchinson, Editor
Scout graduated from the University of Vermont in 2012, where she studied English and art history. Since moving back to the Boston area, she has cultivated her interest in contemporary art and writing while working with such organizations as deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum, the Rose Art Museum, Boston Hassle, and the Peabody Essex Museum.
• Stephanie Garafolo, Editor
Stephanie Garafolo is an arts and museum professional with strong interests in cultural accessibility and community activism. She has worked at a variety of institutions across New England but keeps coming back to the greater Boston area.
• Josh Fischer, Editor
Joshua Fischer is a curator and writer. He recently moved to Boston from Houston, Texas, where he worked at Rice University Art Gallery and specialized in commissioning site-specific installations.