• Congratulations to the ten artists whose works in Grayscale were selected to be shown at the Fitchburg Art Museum next summer: Eugenie L. Berg, Once Upon A Time, reduction linocut print Carrie Crane, Twentieth-Century Art Stars: Sky Chart, aluminum laminate, plexiglass, and polyester (pictured here) Joseph Farbrook, Doublethink, electric ink moving image Ralph Ferro, Coffee Shop, linocut Clifton Hunt, Still

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  • Brigita Clementi to Receive ArtsWorcester Award

    Brigita Clementi, actress and civic leader, is this year’s recipient of the ArtsWorcester Award, given annually to an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the artistic and cultural life of this city. Please join us for ArtsWorcester’s brief Annual Meeting on Friday, September 11, 6:00 PM, at 660 Main Street, at which Ms. Clementi will be honored. The Annual Meeting will immediately followed

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  • Save The Date: Annual Meeting and Fall Kick-Off

    Save Friday, September 11, 6:00 to 9:00 PM, for the opening of the 2015-16 season at ArtsWorcester. We begin with our very brief annual meeting, at which we will give the 34th ArtsWorcester Award to an individual who has contributed significantly to the arts and culture of this city. That event will be immediately followed by the openings of Material

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  • Prize Winners of the 2015 Biennial

    The Sally R. Bishop Prize for Best in Show Howard Johnson Jim Morrison, The Lizard King: He Has Risen Juror’s Prizes Lisa Barthelson, Undercurrents, Remix 1 James Dye, Pillars of Leviathan Allen Fletcher, Death of Print Tim Johnson, Support Yana Payusova, Quartet Camilo Ramirez, The Gulf Robb Sandagata, Rat Pack Jack Sikes, Glacier Freeze Sarah Williams, Forty Susan L. Stoops

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  • The Artists of the 2015 Biennial

    These sixty-seven artists will have their work exhibited in the Sixteenth ArtsWorcester Biennial:

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  • 2015-2016 Material Needs Grants Winners

    We are delighted to announce this year’s winners of Material Needs Grants. These grants, funded by an anonymous donor, support the materials and equipment needed to make new art in Worcester County. The following artists will be awarded $600 each: Zia Ayub (photography) Crystal Blanchflower (sculpture and conceptual work) Jane McKeag-McNeil (watercolor and assemblage) Stacey Parker (sculpture) Robin Reynolds (painting)

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  • Tyler Vance: The “Tombs” Project

    Tyler Vance updated us on his “Tombs” project, funded by one of our Material Needs Grants. Should he sketch first or just jump right in and start making things?

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  • Announcing the Juried Selections from “Model Behavior”

    These works were selected by Fitchburg Art Museum Curator Mary Tinti from our all-member exhibit, Model Behavior. They will be exhibited at FAM this coming summer, alongside their Regional Show.  We thank all artists who were part of this extraordinary exhibit, and congratulate these:

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  • Move to Worcester for the Art!

    MassRealty says everyone should move to Worcester for the art.  We agree!

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  • New Artwork for 100 Front Street

    Visit 100 Front Street to view The Tempest, a painting by John Pagano (oil on canvas, 68″ x 60″, $2,400). With generous support from the building’s owner, Worcester Renaissance Towers, ArtsWorcester continues exhibiting a single, major work for the pleasure of its tenants and visitors. ArtsWorcester members wishing to propose a similarly scaled (or larger) artwork for this site should

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  • Airspray and ArtsWorcester team up for “Illicit”

    Friday, November 7–
    7:30 – 9:30PM
    ArtsWorcester, 660 Main Street–
    This event is free and 18+.

    Dress in your 1920s best and join us and our friends Airspray Worcester at Illicit, an underground speakeasy event.

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  • Thank You!

    Art On The Line joy and thanks!

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  • Art On The Line 2014

    Join us Friday, October 10th, for an off-the-wall art sale to benefit ArtsWorcester! Two hundred and thirty 5″x7″ works on paper, donated by local artists, will be suspended in the gallery, and sold off the lines for $20 each. All proceeds keep our exhibits open and free to the public. Click on the logo above for more information!

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  • Photographing Your Artwork

    This four-hour workshop, offered twice this fall, will cover the equipment and techniques needed to produce professional quality digital images of your art work.

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