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Main Line Art Center Names Interim Executive Director

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Jan 09, 2018

The board of directors of Main Line Art Center (Haverford, PA) has announced that Thomas Scurto-Davis, CAELI Alum and previous speaker at the Conference for Community Arts Education, has been named interim executive director of the Center. Scurto-Davis, who has held the position of director of finance and operations for the Center over the past 8 years, replaces Amie Potsic who is moving on to pursue a personal venture.

“I am deeply honored to support such a talented and committed staff as we work together with the community to prepare the Center for its next executive leader,” said Scurto-Davis.

Scurto-Davis has served as director of finance and operations at the Center since 2010. In that role he was responsible for all finance functions as well as technology, human resources and physical plant. He is passionate about advancing the role of arts and culture in the national consciousness and has been committed to promoting nonprofits through enhanced education and management for more than 30 years.

Hooked on the arts since his first junior high musical, Scurto-Davis successfully pursued a career as an operatic baritone for more than 20 years. His performance career included principle roles in some of the country’s most notable opera houses, including many with Opera Philadelphia.

About Main Line Art Center

Main Line Art Center is our community’s home to discover, create, and experience visual art. A frequent recipient of Best of Awards for its beautiful galleries and high-quality art instruction, the Art Center’s visual art classes and contemporary and innovative exhibitions stimulate creativity, conversation, and joy. The mission of Main Line Art Center is to inspire and engage people of all ages, abilities, and economic means in visual art through education, exhibitions, and experiences.

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