• Joel Brown

    Staff Writer

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    Joel Brown is a staff writer at BU Today and Bostonia magazine. He’s written more than 700 stories for the Boston Globe and has also written for the Boston Herald and the Greenfield Recorder. Profile

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There are 5 comments on Gauguin Had Tahiti, Shantel Miller Has Dorchester: CFA Grad Has Big Plans for $20,000 Kahn Award

  1. This is amazing!
    I am so proud and happy for Shantel Miller!
    The creative aspect she has drawn out for herself while express a story for others around makes so much sense. It’s a beautiful bold move to speak up as an individual of colour and I believe she’s done that in a way so powerful and unique, also she has now opened up the gates for younger and new artists inspired to be a great one just like her!
    Congratulations Ms. Miller!
    You deserve it! You done well above measures!

  2. Shantel,
    Already your talent and creativity work of art has began catapults you into spotlight on becoming a globally iconic artist.

  3. Shantel,
    I am very impressed with your work and wish you many successes in your future. I am also a grad of CFA ( 1969) and have been a Trustee of the Saint-Gaudens Memorial for many years. I would very much like to take examples of your work to the Exhibition Comm for consideration. Could you send me your bio and a few images before March 28. I am so happy to find your story in the Fall edition of Bostonia. Best wishes, Christine Hawkins

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