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Art in the Park Committee

Art in the Park, Worcester 2019

June 8th through September 8th

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These artists were selected by the distinguished selection panel:

Katherine Driscoll, Artist & Professor

Ling-Wen Tsai, Chair Sculpture Department, Maine College of Art

Sara Montross, Curator deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum

Art in the Park, Worcester and Worcester Public Schools Visual Arts Department Partnership:

Once again Art in the Park partnered with the WPS Visual Arts Department to engage students in grades K-12 in the process - proposal, design, making and installation of exhibiting site-specific work in Elm Park for Art in the Park 2019. The collaboration was designed to provide professional development for the WPS teachers and 3D AP Students at North High School, artist/mentors to classroom teachers and students, and support student efforts to create a site-specific sculptural work for display along with the works of professional artist selected by jurors.

 

Participating Schools:

5th & 6th Grade - Worcester Arts Magnet

6th Grade - Chandler Magnet

3D Design Students - North High School

Students - Jacob Hiatt Magnet

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2019

June 8 - September 8

Presented with the partnership with City of Worcester Department of Public Works & Parks and fiscal sponsorship from Arts & Business Council, Inc. 

Jurors

Katherine Driscoll

Artist & Professor

Ling-Wen Tsai

Chair Sculpture Department

Maine College of Art

Sara Montross

Curator DeCordova

Sculpture Park & Museum

2017

June 11 - September 9

Art in the Park is presented in partnership with the City of Worcester’s Parks Department and ArtsWorcester along with the fiscal sponsorship of the Arts and Business Council, Inc.

Jurors

Lucas Cowan

Public Art Curator

Rose Kennedy Greenway

 

Gary Orlinsky

Sculpture Professor

UMass Amherst, Hampshire College

 

Lynn Simmons

Sculptor

First Place Winner AIPW 2008

 

Art in the Park, Worcester, and Worcester Public Schools Visual Arts Department Partnership