Tag Archive: Art in the Park

Art in the Park opening postponed to August 12

Art in the Park Opening Postponed – Due to inclement weather, the opening ceremonies for Art in the Park 2010 have been postponed until Thurdsday, August 12th at 6 p.m.


Vote for your favorite Art in the Park sculpture today!

Online voting has begun for the Art in the Park Exhibit 2010 Community Choice Award.



today and choose your favorite sculpture of the exhibit!

The Award will be given and announced at stART on the Street festival Sept 19th in Worcester. See you there!

Artists Announced for Third Annual Art in the Park

You know it’s summer in Worcester when you start to hear a buzz about Art in the Park, held at Worcester’s historic Elm Park (Highland Street and Park Avenue) from August 1-October 1.

Produced by the Worcester Arts Council, during Art in the Park, outdoor sculpture is placed throughout Elm Park in a vibrant display of outdoor art. This fantastic display of art is accessible to all in a beautiful setting, and showcases some of the areas top artists.

This year’s artists have been announced and include:

Lisa Barthelson http://www.lisabarthelson.com/

Cory Clinton www.CoryClinton.com

Peter Dellert www.dellertfurniture.com

Fernando DeOlivera www.fernandodeolivera.com

Lu Heintz http://www.luheintz.com

Linda Hoffman www.lindahoffman.com

James Kitchen  www.jameskitchen.com

Kathryn Lipke Vigesaa

Gary Orlinsky

Ken Reker

Antoinette Prien Schultz

Marcella Stasa

John Weidman

Susu Wing

Get excited! Mark your calendars now for Art in the Park, learn more at worcestermass.org

Art in the Park fundraiser, July 15 @ Beatnik’s

Art in the Park wins MCC Gold Star Award

The Art Itself, First Place Winner Richard Beaubien

Art in the Park, an exhibition of sculptures by New England artists in Worcester’s historic Elm Park, learned this week that it has been selected to receive a prestigious Gold Star Award from the Mass Cultural Council for its successful 2009 event.

The MCC’s Gold Star Awards, established in 2001, recognize exemplary cultural programs funded by local cultural councils (LCCs) throughout the state. These projects celebrate diversity, foster collaboration, showcase artistic excellence, and provide learning experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Members of the Art in the Park staff will be at the State House on February 10th to receive this honor.