Interludes Opening for Art In The Park in Worcester

by | Jun 7, 2019 | Entertainment, Arts

WORCESTER – Art In The Park, Worcester the biennial celebration of large-scale sculpture, opens this Saturday, June 8, at Elm Park, with Interludes, the name, and theme, for the 2019 exhibit. 
Art has been a part of the history of our national parks since the 1870’s. A setting for inspiration, Worcester’s celebration in Elm Park brings the individual works of artists together to create an outdoor gallery space for the public to enjoy. This years awe-inspiring works come from 24 local artists, and 5 additional pieces from Worcester Public School Art Instructors and their students. 
Intended as a way of presenting public art to a broader community, promoting the work of artists, and enhancing the green space experience in Worcester, the opening of Interludes on Saturday is set to do just that. With live music by the Russo Brothers, walking tours of the art, a hands-on music making activity with George Cooney and his Creative Instrument Band, and opportunities to meet and speak with the artists, Art In The Park is a creative, enriching experience that you wont want to miss.
Art In The Park takes place throughout Elm Park, and is free and open to everyone.
Art In The Park opening reception activities will take place this Saturday, June 8, from 2-6pm.
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Darcy Schwartz, "Miss Darcy" as she is known to her students, is the founder of ArtReach, a woman owned, artist-owned, working art studio founded on the premise that developmentally appropriate, creative activities can serve as launching points for artistic exploration and expression at any age.A printmaker, an illustrator, and a writer, Darcy holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York, where she completed a certificate program in art therapy. Darcy is a member of the NAEA (National Art Educators Association), and SCBI (The Society of Children's Book Illustrators), as well as many other community and philanthropic organizations.For more information on Darcy, her studio, her work, her writing, please see the bio on her website,