Christine Temin
  Christine Temin was born less than a mile from the Worcester Art Museum, where she believes her mother dropped her off on the way home. She studied ballet and modern dance with a member of the original Joffrey Ballet company and also with the founders of Boston Ballet. Christine then earned an AB in art history from Bryn Mawr College, an MFA in Dance from the University of North Carolina, and began an MA in art history at Chapel Hill. She was hired by Middlebury College in Vermont to create a dance department that was not part of girls' gym. Christine moved and was hired to create a dance program at Brookline High School and, later Wellesley College. She also taught at the Harvard Summer Dance Center and began writing for The Globe in 1978, during the Blizzard, and left in July of 2006. Christine now writes for publications including the Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, Sculpture magazine, Interior Design, ArtAsia Pacific, El Tiempo in Bogota, and newspapersin Iceland and Finland.She has visited and written about every significant museum in the world, missing any in Antarctica. She is the author of Behind the Scenes at Boston Ballet.
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