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Liora Beer is the founding Executive Director of ARTMORPHEUS. Beer’s experience spans 20 years of work in creative industries, community building projects, economic development, arts, nonprofits, government and academia. Prior to ARTMORPHEUS, Beer managed projects and initiatives through the City of Boston’s Office of Business Development. While there she coordinated Greater Boston’s business assistance providers, launched a highly successful Business of Being an Artist initiative, and provided hundreds of entrepreneurs with strategic guidance and resources. A founding member of the Massachusetts Artists Leadership Coalition (MALC), Beer maintained a full time visual art practice for 16 years, during which she was awarded a Fulbright in an artists’ exchange with Germany. Beer is the co-founder of New Art Love, a MassChallenge Finalist social enterprise that connects audiences with art and artists. A social entrepreneur, cross-disciplinary strategist, connector, community-builder, entrepreneurial developer, artist and catalyst, Beer’s aim is the retention and growth of a diverse and vibrant creative sector to fuel social and economic prosperity.
Casey is a writer, educator, curator, and designer driven by her love of contemporary art. She is the lead designer at New Art Love, and also serves on the ARTMORPHEUS external affairs committee. Additionally, she works at the New Art Center as the Manager of Exhibitions & Gallery Learning and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as a Gallery Instructor. She holds a BFA in English, Art History and Philosophy from Northeastern University where she was awarded the Huntington 100 distinguished scholars award, the Condit Award for top GPA, and the Hanson Scholarly writing prize.
Drew is a sophomore at Tufts University, studying Cognitive and Brain Sciences and Art History with a minor in Linguistics. He has previously worked with an arts, fashion, and culture publication and founded and operated a company selling graphic tees. He has also interned in a networking technology lab and is interested in the connections between technology, art, and communities.