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Date & Time: Saturday, March 3, 2018
5:00 PM-8:00 PM

Suggested Audiences: Adult, College
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Sprinkler Factory
38 Harlow Street
Worcester, MA 01605
Cost: FREE! Donations Welcome
Description: First Saturdays & Gallery 1 at The Sprinkler Factory presents:

Noir | Contributing Artists of Cirque du Noir X

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 3rd, 5-8pm
Open Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 25th, 1-4pm

NOIR is a group show from the contributing artists, musicians, photographers and dancers of Cirque du Noir X. This show is in gratitude for all the incredible contributions to our silent auction. Worcester has a prolific artist community and this is our way of giving back to those who give to us! 100 % of the proceeds of this show go directly to those artists. This show is sponsored and hosted by The Sprinkler Factory and Cirque du Noir.

First Saturdays & Gallery 2 at The Sprinkler Factory presents:

A Matter of Intention

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 3rd, 5-8pm
Open Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 25th, 1-4pm

Our purpose, meaning in life and who we are may be A Matter of Intention. We all must ask What is our intention? Can it be known, transformed and transcended, or are we bound and predetermined by the will of our hearts? How do our intentions shape the art that we make? These questions and many more, from the existential to the mundane, are brought to light by educators of the Worcester Public Schools Visual Art Department.

Participating Artists:

Benjamin Adwetewa- Badu
Keri Anderson
Deborah A. Aspen
Laurie Atchue
Jay Benotti
Brynnalee Blackmar
Jessica Blessing
Patti Kelly-Bernhard
Laura Cahill
Christine Cross
Joe DiGregorio
Margaret Donahue
Kate Egnaczak
Lizzie Fortin
Tina Glodis
Kallie Hunter
Susan Kellogg
Darya Kuruna
Timmary Leary
Juli Leighton
Stacy Lord
Kerry McCormack
Sharon Mansfield
Amie Nemes
Tithya Puch
Ann Rokosky
Megan Shea
Cory Shepherd
Jamie Sullivan
Katie Switzer-Walsh
Fran Warner
Sarah Wiles

1st Saturdays and Gallery 3 at The Sprinkler Factory presents:

Favorite Places Photography Exhibit

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 3rd, 5-8pm
Open Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1-4pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 25th, 1-4pm

Preservation Worcester presents Favorite Places, an exhibit of photographs on view from March 3 through March 25, 2018 in Sprinkler Factory Gallery 3, 38 Harlow Street, Worcester. An opening reception will be held in the gallery from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm on March 3. Favorite Places images are the work of Worcester photographer, Randle Stock, who was chosen for this project by a Preservation Worcester juried competition.

The show features a set of photographs of twenty Worcester citizens, who are active in the community, each interacting with his or her favorite Worcester historical building. Documenting buildings found in a variety of local neighborhoods, these images record the pleasing variety of architectural styles, building materials, and design that characterize Worcesters built environment. Accompanying written statements express the range of meaning that the selected buildings hold for the diverse array of citizens who chose them.

Participating in the project are individuals, who, through their personal dedication and activism, have made important contributions to the city and to their city neighborhoods  Green Island and the Canal District, Quinsigamond Village, Main South, Crown Hill, and others. Both young and old, they are from a variety of backgrounds, just as their favorite buildings represent a wide range of types and styles. Their chosen buildings, whose ages span more than a century, from 1812 to the 1930s, include City Hall, a diner, a historic tavern, and private houses, a brick three-decker, churches, a former synagogue, Union Station, a factory, schools, a monument, a museum, and Bancroft Tower.

This project was funded in part by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
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