Wednesday, April 07, 2010

On a Patron of the Arts & a Baha'i: Anne Gould Hauberg

From: Northwest BahaiLibrary

The City of Seattle has documented in film the lives of seven living
treasures, one of whom is Anne Hauberg who became a Baha'i in the late

Living Treasures: Anne Gould Hauberg

Anne Gould Hauberg has been a dedicated patron and advocate for the
arts and individual artists for over sixty-five years. She is a
lifelong resident of Seattle where she has held a central position in
the establishment of organizations that offer support for artists in
both the Pacific Northwest and national arts communities, art classes
for therapy, and artistic development for children at risk. She was
the founder, in partnership with John Hauberg and Dale Chihuly, of
Pilchuck Glass School, launched the Pacific Northwest Arts Council of
the Seattle Art Museum, and founded Friends of the Crafts as well as
Pacific Art Center.

The entire 30 minute film is here:

Thanks, Robert, for this. -gw

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