Montserrat college of art - school of visual arts


Founded in 1970 in Beverly, Massachusetts by the North Shore Community Arts Foundation at the suggestion of Joseph Jeswald, it was first called Montserrat School of Visual Art. It's name changed when it became a four-year residential college in the mid 1980s affiliated with the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design. The name is from the Montserrat section of Beverly where the school was located. Among its alumni are sculptor Carlos Dorrien; book illustrator Giles Laroche; and Massachusetts painter, T.M. Nicholas. Source: Wikipedia,; AskART biographies