Resources for Artists

BEVERLY CULTURAL COUNCIL-The Beverly Cultural Council awards funds in partnership with the Massachusetts Cultural Council. These funds are granted to qualified individuals and organizations to support cultural projects that benefit the Beverly community. Eligible disciplines include arts, humanities and interpretive sciences.  For more information regarding the Council and grant funding visit their website by clicking here.

CREATIVE COLLECTIVE-Creative Collective connects the creative workforce and economic development through connected programs, technical assistance, consultancy, advocacy, and more.  Click here for their website.

ENDICOTT COLLEGE-Endicott College has developed a widely respected program for artist with its School of Visual and Performing Arts offering  degree programs in Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, Photography, and Studio Art.  Experience a world-class exhibit from a visiting artist or enjoy an exciting student performance at Endicott's Manninen Center for the Arts.  The Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery features significant artists and themes that pertain to Endicott College students' majors. Endicott is located along Beverly's beautiful shoreline.   Click here for their website.

MONTSERRAT COLLEGE OF ART-Interdisciplinary approach to art education infuses art-making with research and critical thinking in each of their ten visual arts concentrations.  Montserrat’s Foundation Program is unique in its rigor, range, and connectivity between the studio disciplines, the liberal arts, and the real world.  The College is located in the heart of the very vibrant downtown Beverly.  Click here for their website.

PORTER MILL STUDIOS-Located at 95 Rantoul Street, Porter Mill is a privately owned building that houses 60 artists and small businesses, including Channel Marker Brewing on the ground floor.  There is also exhibit space available. Check out their website by clicking here or email them at studios.portermill@gmail.com