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2018 marks ten years since the Worcester Telegram & Gazette headline “Elm Park Transformed to an Outdoor Gallery” announced on July 1, 2008 the first Art in the Park exhibit. With the support of City of Worcester’s Parks Department, local foundations, and individuals AIPW has offered thousands exposure to and experiences with public art. Public and private school students have interacted with public artists and some created public art for exhibition. The exhibition has received state-wide recognition from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and Gateway Cities. We ask you to help us as we continue to present Art in the Park with an online appeal.

 

Be sure to check out the article, Art in the Park: A Testimony to the impact of public art in Worcester, written by Project Director Gloria D. Hall in Gateway Magazine to learn more of the back story and history.

Art in the Park, Worcester is a celebration of

large-scale sculptures, artists, friends, families, and community in historic Elm Park, Worcester, MA.


Art in the Park debuted in 2008 as a Worcester Cultural Commission, now Worcester Arts Council, originated grant project. It was founded to present public art to a broad community,to promote the works of artists, enhance outdoor spaces, enrich lives and create visibility for the greater Worcester area. Art in the Park is good for the community, the City, and the soul. Ongoing cash contributions for Art in the Park are tax deductible.




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“Interludes”

ART IN THE PARK

WORCESTER’S BIENNIAL

returns to Elm Park

June 8, 2019

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