• Featured Artist: Sue Dion

    Featured artist Sue Dion often depicts flowers in her paintings, a motif inspired by her family’s lineage in the floral industry. Read our interview to learn more about her passion for painting and the important role it has played in her life.

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  • Watch: Celebrating 40 Years of ArtsWorcester

    We’re now wrapping up our 40th anniversary year with a history of ArtsWorcester, the people who bring it to life, and, most importantly, a tremendous thank you to our artists and supporters who make this organization special. May 8 is ArtsWorcester Day–celebrate with us!

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  • Buy Art and Support the Worcester Together Fund

    Love this print? Buy it and support the Worcester Together Fund! Learn more…

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  • Press Room: ArtsWorcester exhibition at The Hanover Theatre featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Press Room: “ArtsWorcester brings ‘Botanical Dreams’ to life online”   May 3, 2020 Richard Duckett describes how Botanical Dreams has pivoted to an online format, including virtual viewing and a video artist talk with Assistant Director Kate Rasche. Read the full article in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette here. Learn more about Botanical Dreams here.       Above: Gloria

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  • No Such Thing as a Dumb Question: All About Jurors

    In the usual course of things, we at ArtsWorcester get a lot of questions. Today, we’re exploring exhibition jurors. Who are these jurors, and what do they do? Read more to find out.

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  • Virtual Artist Talk with Gloria Goguen

    On a screen near you: an artist talk with Gloria Goguen about Botanical Dreams It is with great pleasure that we announce that the entirety of Gloria Goguen: Botanical Dreams has undergone a virtual metamorphosis. Enjoy a discussion between the artist and Kate Rasche, ArtsWorcester Assistant Director, where Gloria Goguen details her inspiration and creative process in our first-ever online artist talk!

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  • Self Critique: Let’s Talk About Imposter Syndrome

    We encounter a certain situation at ArtsWorcester all the time; an artist hesitates to apply for a competitive opportunity, doesn’t want to price their work that high, or can’t believe anyone is interested in hearing about their art, because they don’t feel like a “real” artist. Read on for more about dealing with imposter syndrome.

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  • Press Room: Buying Art in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “Lifestyle: How to Buy a Work of Art Without Looking Like a Total Lamebrain”   April 23, 2020 In conversation with Sarah Connell, executive director Juliet Feibel details some thoughts to keep in mind when purchasing and collecting fine art. Read the full article in Worcester Magazine here.           (Above) Susan Mampre, Rift; (Preview) Carrie Crane,

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  • No Such Thing as a Dumb Question: Juried vs. Members’ Exhibitions

    In the usual course of things, we at ArtsWorcester get a lot of questions. Through these questions, we learn that how we produce exhibitions is sometimes a mystery to artists and gallery-goers alike. In these posts, we answer some of the questions we are most often asked.

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  • Press Room: In Transition featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Press Room: “A Hard ‘Transition’: Pandemic Freezes ArtsWorcester Exhibit in Amber and Puts Work Online”   April 16, 2020 In an interview with Richard Duckett, executive director Juliet Feibel describes how ArtsWorcester is supporting artists and audiences during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Read the full article in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette here.         Photo courtesy

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  • Featured Artist: Christine Croteau

    Featured artist Christine Croteau talks about making work with found materials and using art as a tool for conversation and healing. Read our interview to learn how this resourceful artist got her start, and where she’s headed next.

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  • Staying connected, in new ways.

    We have a civic responsibility to keep you safe.

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  • Opening March 20: In Transition: A Members’ Exhibition in partnership with the Fitchburg Art Museum

      In Transition: A Members’ Exhibition in partnership with the Fitchburg Art Museum Due to the current closure of the gallery, we have extended this exhibition to run to June 6. Closing reception: TBD In this non-juried exhibition, artists will show work in a wide range of media in response to this year’s theme of transition. Any active ArtsWorcester artist

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  • Meet our supporters: Madge Evers

    Meet our supporters: Madge Evers Known for her unique spore prints, artist Madge Evers first joined ArtsWorcester in 2016 as a way to showcase her work. Immediately, she was taken aback by how supportive and welcoming the community was. “It is amazing how open the artists in Worcester have been to me. Worcester is very welcoming and ArtsWorcester is so

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  • Opening March 18: Gloria Goguen: Botanical Dreams

    Gloria Goguen: Botanical Dreams On view: March 18, 2020 through July 8, 2020 Opening Reception: Moved to Wednesday, May 20 6:00-8:00 PM Marlborough-based artist Gloria Goguen creates dreamy botanical works exploring themes of nature, light, and spirituality. Primarily working in colored pencil, Goguen explores the hills, meadows, gardens, and woods of central Massachusetts, evoking memories of familiar imagery. The resulting

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