Barbara Anne Beaucar
Barbara Beaucar is a Philadelphia-based mixed media artist, educator, writer and historian. She studied at Moore College of Art and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She received a BFA in Visual Art from Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec) and an M.A. in History from West Chester University (PA). Beaucar served as a board member and past president of the Philadelphia Chapter of Artists Equity. She was owner of Hegira Fine Art Studio and taught drawing at the New England Design Institute in CT. Beaucar was the manager of the archives and library department for the Barnes Foundation, and is currently working on politically related art projects.
Beaucar has exhibited both locally and nationally. These include solo exhibitions at the New Britain Connecticut Museum of American Art, West Chester University of PA, and Ariel Gallery in New York City. Her juried exhibitions include Artists Equity’s Triennial at the Port of History Museum in Philadelphia, the Biennial at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, and the Pen Women’s National Centennial Exhibition at the Sumner Museum in Washington, D.C.
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*New membership to MCGOPA will not be considered at this time, since the application includes a jurying of the artist’s body of work.
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