Slow Art Worcester tomorrow!

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Sloooooooow down for a few reminders...

SLOW ART WORCESTER is this Saturday 10:30-2ish at The Worcester Art Museum.
If you haven't registered yet, don't worry, you still can. Just show up at the door if you'd like. We are meeting at the Lancaster Lobby at 10:30, and the viewing starts at 11. This is not a WAM organized event, so it is not a "tour". Just a bunch of art lovers enjoying art a little slowly! The best part is getting together after for a little conversation about what we saw.

Featured in our 10 picks are pieces from the visiting exhibit, Who Shot Rock. With the recent passing of rock photographer Jim Marshall, whose work is epic and a true historical treasure to culture in the US. I am so happy that his work is available in Worcester for viewing. The exhibit is worth another trip back to the museum!

Please come. Almost 50 cities around the world are taking part of Slow Art Day! Be a part of this global movement and experience the amazing art we have here in Worcester. The Slow Art Facebook page is BUZZING. {I highly recommend the click!} The new Slow Art Day website is up and looking good. Visit and check out the press Slow Art is getting.

It's kind of incredible, check out the testimonials. Slow Art is getting a lot of press, so if you are reading this from afar, do find out if there is a Slow Art in your area. We are on every continent, except Antarctica. Bravo to Reading Odyssey and Phil Terry for the dedication to this event. It's one thing making an event success in your town, it's another to create a global experience. Yes, they have.

We have...see you Saturday.

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