Creative Economy of the North Shore Event with Anna Schuleit Haber

December 4, 2013

Thank you to everyone who came out last night for our Creative Economy of the North Shore (CEANS) reception. We had a great turnout of more than 75 people who heard a presentation from Montserrat College of Art President Steve Immerman (left), Art Consultant Ricardo Barreto (right) and our Artist-in-Residence Anna Schuleit Haber (middle) discuss her past works and ongoing project to create The Beverly Oracle!

Schuleit Haber was chosen from a field of 75 nationally known artists to create a public art project for Beverly. Barreto was on the advisory board for the NEA project and is a Cultural Consultant for non-profits, with emphasis on public and visual arts.