Richard Curran

Born in 1949, Rich "Spider" Curran grew up in Fall River, MA, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1981. He owned and ran a textbook production and design company from 1995 to 2004. In 2004, Richard and his wife, Sharon, moved to CT to join the faculty at Hyde-Woodstock, where Richard taught studio art, AP Art History, English, and was the Ropes Course instructor, and Sharon was the school's librarian. In 2008, the Hamer Curran family moved back to Cambridge, MA, where they have lived in an intentional community called Cambridge Cohousing since 1997. They have two children, Jeff '04, a media studies major at The New School, and Nora '10.