• Material Needs 2020, an online-only exhibition

    Material Needs 2020:
    Eugenie Lewalski Berg | José Criollo | Christine Croteau | Rebecca Duffy | Maureen Hebert | Clifton Hunt | Amanda Kidd Schall | Donalyn Schofield | Joanne Stowell

    On view, online-only: October 15 through December 10, 2020

    Learn more about our first online-only exhibition here…

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  • Nature Imagined by Susan Swinand at the Worcester Art Museum, opening October 1

    Nature Imagined by Susan Swinand
    on view at the Worcester Art Museum, October 7, 2020 through February 27, 2021

    Works by Shrewsbury artist Susan Swinand, winner of the Sally R. Bishop Prize for Best in Show at the 2019 ArtsWorcester Biennial, are the focus of a new exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum opening on October 7.

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  • Meet our supporters: Deb Martin and Dan Shertzer

    Deborah Martin and Dan Shertzer have been living in Worcester since 2004, where they both work and raise their two children. Both have long been rooted in arts and culture. In ArtsWorcester, they found a direct link between their own interests and the city they call home. “For us, participating in ArtsWorcester makes us feel like we are a small part of what makes…

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  • On view August 14: Beyond the Paint

      Beyond the Paint: Artists of Worcester’s Black Lives Matter Mural August 14 through September 13, 2020 ArtsWorcester North Corridor 44 Portland Street   ArtsWorcester presents Beyond the Paint, in partnership with the leadership and artists of Worcester’s Black Lives Matter mural. Curated by Em Quiles, this exhibition features twelve local artists, each one key to the mural’s success. Beyond the Paint will be on

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  • Featured Artist: Terry Lamacchia

    Featured artist Terry Lamacchia talks about her innovative incorporation of digital photography and acrylic paint. Read our interview to learn about her inspirations, creative process, and more!

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  • Press Room: Beyond the Paint featured in Worcester Magazine

    Press Room: “‘Beyond the Paint’ in Worcester to showcase Black Lives Matter mural artists”   August 4, 2020 Jennifer Toland talks to Em Quiles about Beyond the Paint, coming to the North Corridor Gallery August 14. In partnership with the leadership and artists of Worcester’s Black Lives Matter mural, and curated by Em Quiles of Pa’Lante Moving Latinx Forward, this

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  • Press Room: Gravity/Levity featured in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    July 8, 2020: Richard Duckett details ArtsWorcester’s latest exhibition, Gravity/Levity, as well as the re-opening of the main galleries in an interview with executive director Juliet Feibel and marketing & communications manager Allie Heimos. Read the full article in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette here.

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  • Announcing the Gravity/Levity prize winners

    Congratulations to the three prize winners of Gravity/Levity: A Juried Members’ Exhibition, all of equal merit and distinction. Winners were selected by Lisa Crossman, Curator of American Art and Arts of the Americas at the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College, who also served as exhibition juror. Watch a short video announcement presenting Crossman’s selections here. Let’s celebrate our artists!

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  • No Such Thing as a Dumb Question: Selecting Solo 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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  • Featured Artist: Rachel Chambers

    Featured artist Rachel Chambers talks about her unconventional and whimsical subject matter. Read our interview to learn more about her inspirations, creative process, and more.

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  • Press Room: Worcester Business Journal selects Executive Dir. Juliet Feibel for 2020 Power 50

    Press Room: Worcester Business Journal selects Executive Director Juliet Feibel for 2020’s Power 50   May 25, 2020 The Worcester Business Journal has selected our fearless leader, Executive Director Juliet Feibel for their “2020 Power 50,” a listing of the Central Mass economy’s most influential people. Read more in the Worcester Business Journal here. View the entire Worcester Business Journal Power 50

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  • New: Under 30 Artist Membership Rate

    Good news! Membership for artists under 30 is only $25   Being an emerging artist is difficult. We want to make it a little bit easier. As of May 2020, ArtsWorcester offers a new membership opportunity–artists under 30 now enjoy a full year of membership for $25. Artist membership includes, but is not limited to: inclusion in upcoming members’ exhibitions

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  • Tales from a Quarantined Art Teacher

    How do you give a test online? How do you teach a lecture? Do we even have classes anymore? These questions have been consuming educators as students have stayed home and education has gone fully digital. While remote learning presents a challenge across all curricula, the visual and performing arts have a unique set of questions involved.

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  • 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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