WORCESTER – stART on the Street — the largest art, music, and performance festival in Central Massachusetts — is hosting Art 4 stART this Friday, June 7, from 5 PM to 8 PM at the Traina Center for the Arts at Clark University.
Art 4 stART is a family friendly fundraising celebration of local creativity. The event will feature works of art, music, and interactive experiences from nearly 50 local artists and organizations.
In the first floor gallery, guests will have an opportunity to take home beautiful pieces of art created by members of the stART family, and priced for sale by each artist. These works range from paintings and photographs, to pottery and textiles, representing the many talents of our local community.
On the second floor will be a silent auction of “experiences” including a moonlit hike, a cooking class, tattooing, custom photo shoots, memberships to makerspaces, fitness organizations, sip & paint parties, and more. In addition, guests to the event may take part in hands-on activities such as henna, games, and balloon art. Live music, food, drinks, and a cash bar are also part of the evenings festivities.
Art 4 stART is a free event, and is open to everyone. There is a $5 suggested donation which will go towards helping to keep stART on the Street packed with entertainment.
Art 4 stART will be held on Friday, June 7, from 5pm to 8pm at the Traina Center for the Arts, located at 92 Downing Street in Worcester.
Area street parking will be available, and cash or card payments will be accepted. For guests unable to use stairs, the Traina Center is equipped with ramps and an elevator, making it fully accessible.
For more information about the Art 4 stART or stART on the Street, please visit their website at www.startonthestreet.org
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