• Opening June 20: About Face, A Members’ Exhibition

    Our first members’ exhibition in the West Gallery opens June 20.

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  • Opening June 20: Kat O’Connor: This Fluid Report of Motion

    Our first solo show in the East Gallery opens June 20.

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  • Press Room: ArtsWorcester in Worcester Living

    Press Room: “The Heart of the Arts” in Worcester Living   June 13, 2019 A lengthy profile of ArtsWorcester is currently featured in the Summer 2019 edition of Worcester Living. Read the article written by Nancy Sheehan here.     Photo courtesy of Christine Peterson

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  • Summer 2019 News

    Summer 2019: Keep it cool and contemporary   Spring was a season of “firsts” in our new galleries, and this summer ArtsWorcester continues to celebrate more firsts with our first open members exhibition, our first solo exhibition, and so much more on Portland Street. We’ll be hitting the town this summer–pay us a visit at Out to Lunch on the Worcester Common, beginning

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  • Meet our supporters: Carrie Crane

    Meet our supporters: Carrie Crane Boylston-based artist Carrie Crane has been involved with ArtsWorcester since the early 1990s. She has played multiple roles with the organization over the years, including employee, board member, contributor, and artist. Carrie consistently supports ArtsWorcester by being an exhibiting member, purchasing art, and contributing to the Annual Fund, as well as to Framing the Future,

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  • Press Room: ArtsWorcester in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “With a new space to call home, ArtsWorcester frames their future” in Worcester Magazine   May 16, 2019 ArtsWorcester’s move to 44 Portland Street and first-ever capital campaign, Framing the Future, were recently featured in Worcester Magazine. Read the article written by Joshua Lyford here.     Photo courtesy of Nathan Fiske Photography

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  • Framing the Future: A Letter from the Director

    In 2018, ArtsWorcester began a $1.25 million capital campaign, Framing The Future, to relocate the galleries and secure our future. Gifts to the campaign now total $1.75 million.

    Our gratitude to our donors knows no bounds. Thank you to all. Read on for the full story of this historic campaign and its supporters.

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  • Press Room: “Amy Klausmeyer: Variations in Blue” in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “Student Art Criticism: Amy Klausmeyer: Variations in Blue” in Worcester Magazine   April 4, 2019 This student art criticism is published by Worcester Magazine in partnership with ArtsWorcester and Clark University and is made possible by a grant from the Mellon Foundation. Read the article written by Francesca Armstrong (Clark University, ’19) here. Learn more about this exhibition here.

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  • Opening May 2: The Eighteenth ArtsWorcester Biennial

    The Eighteenth ArtsWorcester Biennial: on view May 2 through June 8, 2019. Opening reception: Thursday, May 2, 6:00-9:00 PM. Join us for the event of the season!

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  • Press Room: ArtsWorcester in the Telegram & Gazette

    Press Room: “ArtsWorcester to launch new gallery space in Printers Building” in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette   March 28, 2019 ArtsWorcester’s move to 44 Portland Street and first exhibition in the new galleries, Paperphilia, was recently profiled in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette. Read the article written by Nancy Sheehan here.

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  • Press Room: “40 Things I Know About…Arts and Business” in the Worcester Business Journal

    Press Room: “40 Things I Know About…Arts and Business” in the Worcester Business Journal   March 18, 2019 This year we celebrate 40 years of advancing and celebrating contemporary art. As part of this special occasion, Executive Director Juliet Feibel is writing four columns featured in the Worcester Business Journal. The recurring WBJ “40 Things…” column is a place for business

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  • Spring 2019 News

    See what’s new, what’s coming up, and how to join the celebrations!

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  • Meet our supporters: Rachel and Brian Keyo

    Meet our supporters: Rachel and Brian Keyo When ArtsWorcester began accepting automated monthly donations a few years back, Rachel and Brian Keyo, who live in Worcester with their young teenagers, were the first household to start giving in that way. They wanted to find a sustainable way to be part of our work. “ArtsWorcester is doing great things for the

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  • Amy Klausmeyer: Variations in Blue

    On view March 19 through July 10, 2019 at the Franklin Square Salon Gallery at the Hanover Theatre.

    Opening reception: Tuesday, April 2, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

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  • Teen Night at ArtsWorcester this April

    Visit us in our new galleries at 44 Portland Street! See Paperphilia, the first exhibition in our new home, and enjoy art, music, and snacks.

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