People’s United Bank Donates New 3-D Print Lab

June 16, 2016

As part of their commitment to the community and region, People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts, the charitable arm of People’s United Bank, has generously granted support to Montserrat College of Art and donated $11,250 towards creating a new 3-D Print Lab on its campus in Beverly, MA.

As part of its work to best prepare students for success in the creative economy, Montserrat is continually expanding and honing its course offerings and focus. Alumni success relies on complete preparation with new and evolving technologies. 3-D printing is exciting addition to Montserrat’s curriculum and array of educational tools as it is employed in a number of rapidly expanding design, modeling, and artistic fields .

The college is grateful to The People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts for their support and the opportunities it will open for current students and future alumni.

(Pictured, from left to right, are Leonie Bradbury, director and curator of the Montserrat Galleries, Rick Larkin, senior vice president and regional manager, and Howard Amidon, dean of development.)