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Building on the momentum from last year’s popular Art in the Park exhibition, the Worcester Cultural Commission has invited artists to forward a selection of up to three existing sculptures
or installations for a juried outdoor exhibition from August 6 through September 30 in Elm Park, Artists have been encouraged to enter particularly large-scale work for installation on the
grounds, floating in one of its three shallow ponds, or suspended from trees.
Because Elm Park is a well-loved public space, durability is a major consideration. Twenty selected pieces will be featured in the exhibition.
Artists may offer works for sale.
The project is sponsored by the Worcester Cultural Commission, ArtsWorcester, and the City of Worcester and its Department of Parks and Public Works, with partial funding from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Steve D'Agostino, host of The Business Beat, will speak with Helen Beaumont of the Worcester Cultural Commission and Nat Needle of the Highland Street Business Association.