FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Worcester Windows Program Announces
New Exhibit “Spring into the New Year”
Worcester, MA- The City of Worcester in partnership with the Worcester Cultural Coalition are pleased to announce the new Worcester Windows exhibit “Spring into Winter” on display during City Hall hours through January 11th . The exhibit is located both at the Community Gallery in the basement level of City Hall, 455 Main St, Worcester, MA.
Work selected for this show feature a vibrant and colorful exhibition of eight talented local artists. In addition to 2 D artwork Crocodile River Music and African Community Education (ACE) have provided cultural items, including an interactive balafon instrument, for display. This exhibit was curated by Hank Von Hellion, Managing Director of the Worcester PopUp Gallery.
Artists’ whose works are on display are:
Anika Nyman: Transformation of the Sarr, IIIabor, Fire and Wick, Tempest of Daydreams, Hoard of Shardas
John Powers and Matt Sousens: To Nina, With Love, Hello Future, Skyward, Lashes
John Vo: Son of Wifi, Growth in Go Vap
Katherine Grady: Honey, Mon Petit Chou, Felicitations
Laura Marotta: Bubbling, Blooming
Nidhi Joshi: I Am My Sun, Be You!, My Proud Tribe
Theresa Bourassa: At the Wolf’s Door, Enlightenment, Bona Dea
Crocodile River Music & African Arts in Education: Balafon
Meghan Boilard: Talking Drum Necklace
All Worcester Windows artwork is for sale and any artwork sold helps to contribute to Worcester’s thriving artistic community.
Worcester Windows is supported by: The City of Worcester, the Worcester Cultural Coalition, and the Greater Worcester Community Foundation.
About the Worcester Windows Program:
Worcester Windows is a community gallery program which uses storefronts and empty spaces throughout downtown Worcester as exhibit space to enhance the City’s downtown area. In addition, Worcester Windows provides display opportunities for local emerging and established artists. Originally intended simply as a means to provide exhibit opportunities, Worcester Windows has grown dramatically by successfully raising the awareness of Worcester as a Creative City. This initiative brings artwork to the public forefront, showcasing local talent, and establishing itself as a true community gallery through which many of the exhibiting artists sell their artwork.