The Bear Gallery and the Beverly Historical Society present The Spring Sculpture Show
Beverly, MA April 25, 2012 -
The Bear Gallery and the Beverly Historical Society present The Spring Sculpture Show.
Selected student sculptures will be on display at Hale Farm, 39 Hale Street, beginning with an opening reception on Tuesday, May 15 from 5 - 7 pm. The exhibit will be on display through Friday, June 22.
The Society hopes that the Spring Sculpture Show will attract lovers of both art and history, and offer a new way of seeing Beverly’s cultural riches.
The mission of the Beverly Historical Society is to collect, preserve, interpret and disseminate Beverly’s regional history. The 1694 John Hale House, home of Beverly’s first minister, is one of the community’s most significant historic structures.
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The grounds of Hale Farm are free and open to the public. The house is open from June through October on Saturdays from 11am-3 pm, and on Fridays in July and August. House tours are $5 for adults and free for Society members and Montserrat students.
Montserrat College of Art, an independent institution of art, provides an intensive visual arts education that will enable students to sustain a lifelong involvement in art and design and to become informed, responsible members of society. In addition, Montserrat is committed to contributing to the cultural life of its surrounding communities.