• WoMag Readers Vote Us the Best!

    Thank you to everyone who voted us “Best Art Gallery” in this year’s Worcester Magazine competition! And three cheers for the Sprinkler Factory, this year’s runner-up, who made the category for the first time. Don’t miss their openings, either!

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  • Ceramics All Over Town!

    Ceramics all over town on Friday, April 11! Pick up this ticket here between 6-8 PM, where you can see “Left of Center” by Sarah Williams, or at the Worcester Center for Crafts at their Ceramics Invitational opening between 6:30-8:30. Turn it in at the other opening that same night for a reward! Both are free to the public.

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  • Writing A Better Artist Statement with Debbie Hagan

    We are extremely excited for the upcoming Members’ Workshop at our Aurora Gallery. This is a valuable opportunity as we will be visited by Debbie Hagan, writer, editor, and former editor-in-chief of Art New England, who will be leading the workshop  on Saturday, April 5th from 2:00 – 4:00pm. She will be covering the expectations of collectors, gallerists, and editors; the differences between an artist

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  • Material Needs Grants celebration!

    This year’s winners of Material Needs Grants and a few assistants gathered here this morning for a little celebration. Pictured here are Gene Berg, Emery Wegner, Stephanie Chubbuck, Tyler Vance, Steve Belz, Victor Pacheco and daughter. Catherine Wilcox-Titus was unable to get out of her driveway on this icy morning. We can’t wait to see what they make!

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  • Announcing the College Show Prize Winners

    Congratulations to these students:

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  • The Artists of the Tenth Annual College Show

    Congratulations to the forty-seven student artists whose work was included in the Tenth Annual College Show.

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  • Announcing This Year’s Material Needs Grants Winners

    ArtsWorcester is proud to announce this year’s winners of Material Needs Grants. These grants, totaling $7,500, support the supplies and equipment needed to create new art in Worcester County.


    Read on to see who won money to make what.

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  • These Wild Things Are Going to Fitchburg

    Congratulations to the eleven artists whose works in Creatures, Real and Imagined, were selected to be shown at the Fitchburg Art Museum in 2014.

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  • ArtsWorcester Runs in This Family

    The LeBeau family–Bill, Rose, and their daughter, Chelsea LeBeau-Hueter– have been part of ArtsWorcester since the very beginning. From early Biennials to corporate support, they have helped foster ArtsWorcester and elevate our efforts.


    Click here to read on. If you have a story to tell about ArtsWorcester, let us know at info@artsworcester.org.

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  • Announcing Prizes for “Works on Paper/Works of Paper”

    Congratulations to the artists winning prizes in this exhibit: Susan Swinand, First Prize, for World’s Largest Watercolor, Reconstructed and Reconfigured; Lauren Cotton, Second Prize, for Magic Sun; and Rachel Thern, Third Prize, for Knots and Arcs 2. Thank you to Toby Sisson for her thoughtful and joyous jurying, to all the artists, and everyone who came to a wonderful opening.

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  • Assembling Art On The Line

    Thanks to volunteers Kathy Bailey, Cindy Fedeli, Sharon Freed, Ginger Navickas, Christine Toomey Ringdahl, and Erika Davis Wade for helping us string up all 300 works!

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  • After the opening of our September exhibits on the 6th (works by Susan Stuart, Nick Kantarelis, and Robert Dreyer), we’re back to fall and winter hours. While exhibitions are on view, come see us Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 12-4 PM.

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  • ArtsWorcester Annual Meeting, 9/12

    The 32nd ArtsWorcester Award will be presented to Troy Siebels, Executive Director of the Hanover Theatre.

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  • Summer Spent to support ArtsWorcester

    Celebrate a local artist and support ArtsWorcester at the same time! All proceeds from the sale of Stephen DiRado’s film, Summer Spent, will benefit ArtsWorcester (thank you, Stephen!)

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