• ArtsWorcester Welcomes Three New Additions to the Team!

    Big changes are afoot at ArtsWorcester! We welcome three new faces to our excellent staff. Learn more about who’s new, then make sure to stop in to say hello.

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  • Featured Artist: Piya Samant

    Featured artist Piya Samant discusses her dedication to painting every day and how she works in series. She is also a recipient of a Material Needs 2018 Grant. To learn more about Piya’s process, read our interview and view her work on her website.

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  • Call for Submissions: Material Needs Grants 2019

    Material Needs Grants, funded by an anonymous donor, support the expenses of supplies and materials for the creation of new art in Worcester County. With this gift, we are able to distribute grants to artists between $500 and $1,500. We generally exhibit the work produced in the following exhibition season (awards made in early spring of 2019 will fund the

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  • Call for Art: Paperphilia

    Call for Art: Paperphilia Celebrating the Printers Building Please submit your work online by Thursday, January 31, 2019. ArtsWorcester announces the call for Paperphilia, a juried exhibition of works on or of paper. Paperphilia will be the soft opening of our new galleries in the Printers Building, and with it, we pay tribute to the industrial heritage of our new home. Guest juror

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  • Featured Artist: Neil Wilkins

    Neil Wilkins shares his thoughts on taking a new direction toward multi-media encaustic painting: “Once I began working in encaustic, I felt immediately that I had opened a small door to a very large world.” Read more from this Featured Artist in our interview, and check out his work at www.neilwilkins.com.

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  • Featured Artist: Christina Giza

    Featured Artist Christina Giza is a dedicated watercolorist and has been painting for twenty-five years. Read our interview to see what inspires her practice and learn how she got her start. To see more of Christina’s work, visit her website: www.artbychristina.faso.com.

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  • Fall Teen Nights at ArtsWorcester

    Join us for Teen Nights this fall! Monday, September 24 and Monday, October 22, 2018 – Featuring award-winning painter and illustrator, Raúl Gonzalez III.

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  • Life Drawing Returns This Fall

    Join us Tuesday mornings in September and October for Life Drawing in the gallery!

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  • Featured Artist: Adam Cutler

    Featured Artist Adam Cutler talks about dividing his creative process between tactile sketching and digital risk-taking. Find out more in our interview, and view his work online at www.motionlessvisions.com and www.mondaymoshmonsters.com.

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  • Call for Art: The Sixth Annual One

    Submit your work and be part of the very last “One!” Register the single piece you want to exhibit most, regardless of medium or theme. The deadline is Wednesday, May 30.

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  • Featured Artist: Janet Schwartz

    In her pastel and oil depictions of urban and natural environments, Featured Artist Janet Schwartz implements soft edges, dramatic lighting, and distortions caused by adverse weather conditions. Learn about her process and inspiration in our interview, and see more of her work online at www.janetschwartzart.com.

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  • Announcing Life Drawing at ArtsWorcester!

    Join us Tuesday mornings in May and June for life drawing in the gallery!

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  • The Central Massachusetts Portfolio Review

    The Central Massachusetts Portfolio Review, a partnership between the Fitchburg Art Museum and ArtsWorcester, is an opportunity to have your portfolio or in-process series viewed and critiqued by area professionals and curators. Receive focused, informed feedback on your work, learn what’s working and what’s not, and advance your career in a serious and  supportive environment.

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  • Mid-Year Board Nominations

    An official note that Nancy Kathryn Burns, of the Worcester Art Museum, Julian Wade of the Printers Building Trust and Davis Publications, and Jennifer Davis Carey, of the Worcester Education Collaborative, have been nominated to join ArtsWorcester’s Board of Directors, and a vote will be taken on their nomination Monday, April 9, 2018, at approximately 7:30 PM.

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  • “Exploring the Myths of James Dye” at WAM

    It was only last spring that James Dye won the Sally Bishop Prize at our 2017 Biennial, granting him a solo exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum. That exhibition, Exploring the Myths of James Dye, opens April 7, and features 21 dip pen, India ink drawings by the artist, whose meticulously rendered works blend themes from ancient myths with iconography that

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