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"Dresses: Fight or Flight" by Alicia Dwyer
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 1/28/2017 - 7/15/2017
ArtsWorcester, 660 Main Street, Worcester, MA - Free
For more information, e-mail info@artsworcester.org.

Mary Cassatt
Wednesday, 2/8/2017 - Sunday, 4/2/2017
Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA - Free with Museum admission
Mary Cassatt's 1901 pastel "Simone in a White Bonnet," on loan from a private collection, will be on view at the Worcester Art Museum as part of a small, focused installation. As this work reveals, the medium of pastel was exceptionally well suited to Cassatt's Impressionist predilections for indistinct outlines and luminous color. Paired with "Reine Lefebvre Holding a Nude Baby"-the Museum's celebrated Cassatt from the same period-this installation highlights the artist's mastery of different mediums, as she shifted between oil painting and pastel toward the end of her career.

Image: Mary Cassatt, American, 1844-1926, "Reine Lefebvre Holding a Nude Baby," 1902, Oil on canvas, Museum purchase, 1909.15

Related Event: Master Series Third Thursday
February 16, 2017

Speaker: Heather Lemonedes, Chief Curator, Cleveland Museum of Art.


For more information, e-mail information@worcesterart.org or call 508-799-4406.

February 2017

Arms and Armor: Aethelflaed: Lady of the Mercians
Sunday, 2/26/2017 11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Worcester Art Museum, Conference Room, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA - Free with Museum admission
In the early 10th century, the Anglo-Saxons were fighting against the Vikings over control of Britain. Aethelflaed was the daughter of King Alfred the Great, the first King of the English. Like her father, Aethelflead was a warrior who fortified the Kingdom of Mercia and then led the fight against the Vikings in that land. Discover heroic Aethelflaed and explore the weapons and armor of her day!(Programming subject to change)
For more information, e-mail information@worcesterart.org.

Fierce Femme Forging and Fabrication (5 weeks)
Sundays, 2/26/2017 - 3/26/2017 6:30 PM-9:30 PM
The WorcShop, 243 Stafford Street, Worcester, MA - $320 WorcShop Members / $400 Non-Members
In this 5 week Fabrication and Forging class, Willow will teach the ladies (transgender, gender flux, androgynous welcomed) how to forge and fabricate in a metal shop. Each 3 hour class will be spent teaching you how to master the basics of MIG welding and blacksmithing.
Class will run on 9 consecutive Sundays (excluding Feb 19th) from 6:30-9:30pm
Starting February 26 and ending March 26.

There is a minimum enrollment of 3 & a max of 6 in order for this class to run.
If class does not meet minimum enrollment 5 days prior it will be cancelled.
Students will have the option of transferring their ticket to another class or receiving a refund.
Please provide us with BOTH a contact number & email to ensure you are properly notified of course changes.
Class Requirements: Appropriate shop clothing: (natural fiber clothing, long sleeves/ jeans is typical minimum recommended) closed toe shoes (leather steel toe boots recommended). No experience necessary but class can be appropriate for mid level to advanced metalcrafters.

HOW TO FIND US!
Turn in at the Blue Hive parking lot (233 Stafford St.) drive to the back of the lot and turn right to go behind the building. There will be a large garage door. The entrance to the WorcShop is the door on the right with the blue awning.
Sponsored by: Eternity Ironworks
For more information, e-mail theworcshop@gmail.com or call 774-545-0720.

"Your's for Humanity, Abby"
Tuesday, 2/28/2017 7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 73 Lancaster Street, Worcester, MA - Free
Actress, Lynne McKenney-Lydick will perform her one woman play. Children will write letters with quill pens following the play.
Sponsored by: The Clemente Course Child Education program
For more information, e-mail clementeworcester@gmail.com.

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