• ArtsWorcester’s Annual Meeting: Wednesday, September 18, 2019

    Annual Meeting 2019

    Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 5:30 PM
    44 Portland Street, 7th Floor

    Please join us to celebrate a year of great transitions.

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  • Press Room: “Navigating the Board Relationship” on Creative Minds Out Loud

    Press Room: ArtsWorcester featured on Mass Cultural Council podcast, “Creative Minds Out Loud” September 12, 2019 Juliet Feibel, Executive Director of ArtsWorcester, discusses some secrets for success and longevity in small organization with Anita Walker, Executive Director at Mass Cultural Council, on the MCC’s podcast Creative Minds Out Loud. Listen to their conversation here.

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

    Press Room: Third installment of “40 Things I Know About…Arts and Business” in the Worcester Business Journal   September 16, 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

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  • Fall 2019 News

    Fall 2019: We’re just heating up   Build and complete a campaign: check. Move into gorgeous new galleries: check. Now that we’re here, every day presents new questions for how we can best engage the public with your artists, in your city. This fall, our work over the past year is bearing fruit. Join us in the galleries for exciting new exhibitions and

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  • Meet our supporters: Stuart Sadick and James Bryant

    Meet our supporters: Stuart Sadick and James Bryant Stuart Sadick grew up in Worcester, then left and thought he would never look back. Now a resident of Newton, MA for over 20 years, Stuart is finding new ways to connect to his hometown.   Growing up, Sadick never came across ArtsWorcester. While attending the “Tunnel” event at Preservation Worcester in

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  • Press Room: “Student Art Criticism: Material Needs 2019” in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “Student Art Criticism: Material Needs 2019” in Worcester Magazine   August 28, 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 Anya Kohan (Clark University, ’20) here. Learn more about this exhibition here.

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  • Opening September 6: Nastasia Lawton-Sticklor: “Tea Time” & Sarah Williams: “Dysfunctional”

    On view September 6 through October 5, 2019
    Opening reception: Friday, September 6, 6:00-9:00 PM
    Artist talk: Wednesday, September 25 at 12:00 PM

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  • Opening September 6: Material Needs 2019

    On view September 6 through October 5, 2019
    Opening reception: Friday, September 6, 6:00-9:00 PM
    Featuring: Tess Barbato, Amanda Bastien, Aimee Cotnoir, Melinda Goodhue, Teresa Lamacchia, Piya Samant, Lyn Slade, Jaimee Taborda, Cathy Taylor, Tyler Vance, and Sarah Williams.

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  • Press Room: Printers Building featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Press Room: “Presses long gone, Printers Building now rolls out art and innovation” in Worcester Telegram & Gazette   August 25, 2019 ArtsWorcester’s home has been profiled in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette. The Printers Building, located at 44 Portland Street, is a cornerstone of arts and education in Worcester. Read the article written by Matthew Tota here. Learn more about the history

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  • Press Room: Chamber Exchange – Juliet Feibel & Julian Davis Wade

    Press Room: Chamber Exchange – Juliet Feibel & Julian Davis Wade   July 23, 2019 In this segment of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber Exchange President and CEO Tim Murray visits with Juliet Feibel, Executive Director of ArtsWorcester and Julian Davis Wade, President of Davis Publishing. Thank you to Charter TV3. Watch the full video below:  

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  • Featured Artist: Rebecca Duffy

    Rebecca Duffy www.redartichokestudio.com Facebook: RedArtichokeStudio Featured artist Rebecca Duffy discusses her background as an artist working in two dimensional media. She reveals her inspirations, creative process, and focus on capturing memories in her work. To learn more about Rebecca’s process, read our interview and view her work on her website.   When did art become a pursuit for you? I

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  • Opening September 6: Robin Reynolds: Summer Blooms/Winter Gardens

    On view September 6 through October 5, 2019
    Opening reception: Friday, September 6, 6:00-9:00 PM
    Artist talk: Tuesday, September 10 at 12:00 PM

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  • Press Room: “Student Art Criticism: The Abstraction of Water” in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “Student Art Criticism: The Abstraction of Water” in Worcester Magazine   July 31, 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 Emma Carleton (Clark University, ’20) here. Learn more about this exhibition here.

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  • Opening July 17: Janet Schwartz & Dave Kaphammer explore “In Motion, At Rest”

    On view July 10 through October 29, 2019

    Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 6:00-8:00 PM

    at the Franklin Square Salon Gallery at the Hanover Theatre

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

    Press Room: Second installment of “40 Things I Know About…Arts and Business” in the Worcester Business Journal   June 24, 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

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