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In the News


Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Creating opportunities: Open Door Gallery at Worcester Art Museum boosts artists with disabilities
By Stephanie Jarvis Campbell, March 19, 2020

Jay Sugarman talks with Nan Wolverton, Erin Corrales-Diaz and David Wood about Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere
March 9, 2020

The Boston Globe
A fuller picture: Paul Revere was much more than a man on a horse, as seen in a jointly mounted exhibition
By Mark Feeney, February 23, 2020

Tommy Colletta, host of WCCA TV's “What It's Worth”, chats with Matthias Waschek
February 7, 2020

The Art Newspaper
Mum's the word: the exhibitions rethinking motherhood
By Margaret Carrigan, January 21, 2020

Image is Everything: It's a Mod Mod World at WAM's Photo Revolution
By Suzanne Volmer, January/February, 2020


Popular Photography
Photo Revolution explores the untidy history of photography as an artform
By Jeanette D. Moses, December 16, 2019

Arts This Week: 'With Child: Otto Dix/Carmen Winant'
By WGBH News, December 6, 2019

The Boston Globe
Andy Warhol is at the head of a ‘Photo Revolution’
By Mark Feeney, December 6, 2019

The Boston Globe
An unflinching look at maternity and childbirth
By Cate McQuaid, November 29, 2019

Art New England
Photo Revolution: Andy Warhol to Cindy Sherman
By Heather Martin, November/December, 2019
From Andy Warhol To Cindy Sherman, This Exhibit Shows How Photography Influences Other Art
By Jenn Stanley, November 11, 2019

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Art of the Move: After 80 years, sculpture emerges from WAM basement for restoration, display
By Nancy Sheehan, November 10, 2019
Blockbuster da Vinci exhibition showcases the master's ‘endless curiosity’
By Jeffrey Brown, November 8, 2019

Celebrated at Birth: Worcester Exhibition Explores the Art of Motherhood
By Beth Neville, October 28, 2019

The New York Times
Shows to See This Fall
By Ted Loos, October 27, 2019

The New York Times
Acknowledging the Role of Slavery: Some museums are revamping shows and permanent collections
By Alina Tugend, October 27, 2019

All Arts
Through Found Photos, Carmen Winant Shows Uncensored Reality of Pregnancy and Childbirth
By Scott Indrisek, October 9, 2019

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
‘With Child: Otto Dix/Carmen Winant’ at WAM a rare presentation of childbirth in art
By Nancy Sheehan, September 28, 2019

Worcester Living Magazine
Worcester Art Museum's ‘Photo Revolution’ examines photography's impact and influence on contemporary art
By Nancy Sheehan, September 26, 2019

The New York Times
Don't Miss These Art Shows and Events This Fall
By Will Heinrich, September 12, 2019

The Boston Globe
New England's 15 best museums and gallery shows for fall
By Murray Whyte, September 6, 2019

Charter TV3 Central Mass.
Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce's President and CEO Tim Murray interviews Matthias Waschek
September 5, 2019

Exhale Lifestyle
5 Boston-area Art Exhibits Every Feminist Should See
By Wendy Taucher, September 3, 2019

The Boston Globe
McDonough donates $10 million to Worcester Art Museum
By Isaac Feldberg, July 22, 2019

WGBH Greater Boston Full Show
By WGBH News, April 24, 2019

Arts This Week
By WGBH News, April 11, 2019

Exhibitions And Auctions Prove Claude Monet As Popular As Ever
By Chadd Scott, April 11, 2019

Monet and London's Waterloo Bridge And Keith Hamilton Cobb
Presented by Jared Bowen, April 5, 2019

The Boston Globe
Monet's bridge to modernity
By Murray Whyte, March 31, 2019

Monet's Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process at Worcester Art Museum
By Brian Goslow, March 14, 2019

Beacon Hill Chat #288: Senator Chandler welcomes Matthias Waschek
February 28, 2019

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester has long, long history of cultural, artistic prestige
By Al Southwick, February 21, 2019

The Boston Globe
A Tiffany rival, and a genius of stained glass
By Cate McQuaid, January 30, 2019

The Wall Street Journal
Paintings That Span London's Many Moods
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, January 29, 2019


Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum to preserve Higgins Armory legacy with new Arms and Armor Gallery
By Elaine Thompson, November 3, 2018

Princeton University
Uncovering Antioch
By Julie Clack, November 1, 2018

The Wall Street Journal
A Big Kickoff for Leonardo's 500th
By John Hooper, November 1, 2018

Jay Sugarman, host of NewTV’s Museum Open House program, interviews Erin Corrales-Diaz, assistant curator of American Art, about The Poetry of Nature and the Hudson River School art movement
Presented by Jay Sugarman, October 31, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
There's a can't-miss display at Worcester Art Museum until Nov. 25
By Mark Blazis, October 29, 2018

Art News
Worcester Art Museum Receives $600,000 Grant from Barr and the Klarman Family Foundation
By Andrew Russeth, October 25, 2018

The New York Times
Art to See This Fall
By Anita Gates, October 25, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
‘Stone Journey› at Worcester Art Museum raises questions of art ownership and value
By Nancy Sheehan, September 29, 2018

The Boston Globe
The Worcester Art Museum presents the landscape as national love letter
By Cate McQuaid, September 26, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Vietnamese artists spotlighted in Worcester Art Museum Southeast Asia Artist-In-Residency program
By Nancy Sheehan, September 15, 2018

The Boston Globe
Taking note of slavery's shadow at the Worcester Art Museum
By Graham Ambrose, June 20, 2018
At The Worcester Art Museum, New Signs Tell Visitors Which Early American Subjects Benefited From Slavery
By Maria Garcia, June 8, 2018
Long Disputed, a Painting In Massachusetts Is Now Attributed to Leonardo da Vinci
By Claire Voon, May 2, 2018

Channel 3 News
NEH grant and plans for the permanent arms and armor galleries at Worcester Art Museum
May 1, 2018
Can Art Museums Help Illuminate Early American Connections To Slavery?
By Sarah E. Bond, April 25, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A new call to arms at Worcester Art Museum: planning for display of Higgins Armory collection
By Steven H. Foskett Jr., April 24, 2018

The Guardian
Revealed: ‘perfectly realised’ early work by Leonardo da Vinci
By Dalya Alberge, April 15, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
New citizens sworn in at Worcester Art Museum
By Kim Ring, April 4, 2018

Apollo Magazine
The quiet transformation of the Worcester Art Museum
By Louise Nicholson, March 31, 2018

The Mystery of Worcester's Leonardo on Open Studio
Presented by Jared Bowen, March 30, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
ArtsWorcester Biennial win gives artist James Dye solo exhibition at Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, March 28, 2018

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Controversial Leonardo work meets companion piece in Worcester Art Museum exhibit
By Nancy Sheehan, March 8, 2018

The Boston Globe
Did Leonardo da Vinci have a hand in a Worcester Art Museum painting?
By Cate McQuaid, March 8, 2018

Asian Art Newsletter
Dangerous Liaisons Revisited
By Martin Barnes Lorber, March, 2018

The Brooklyn Rail
Rediscovering an American Community of Color: The Photographs of William Bullard, 1897-1917
By Andrew Holter, February 7, 2018

Art News
Worcester Art Museum Hires Erin R. Corrales-Diaz as Assistant Curator of American Art
By Andrew Russeth, January 31, 2018

Metro West Daily News
Worcester Art Museum exhibit explores love and desire in premodern China
By Chris Bergeron, January 28, 2018

The Bay State Banner
A Record Survives: Photographs reveal Worcester's historic African American community
By Susan Saccoccia, January 10, 2018

The Art Newspaper
A new Leonardo? Scholarly show claims to reveal master’s hand
By Judith H. Dobryzinski, January 9, 2018

The Wall Street Journal
Creativity Forged Anew in Japan
By Lee Lawrence, January 8, 2018
Long Lost Photographic History of People of Color on Display in Worcester
By Margaret Carrigan, January 2, 2018


Worcester Magazine
Rediscovering an American Community of Color
By Joshua Lyford, December 21, 2017

Magazine Antiques
Homer's Odyssey
By Elizabeth Athens, December 1, 2017

Take Magazine
William Bullard: A Look at Worcester's Community of Color
By Rachael Crossley, November 27, 2017

Worcester Living Magazine
England's Influence on Winslow Homer – Worcester, Milwaukee art museums collaborate on exhibition
By Nancy Sheehan, November 24, 2017

The Boston Globe
At Worcester, seeing what Winslow Homer learned in England
By Cate McQuaid, November 15, 2017

The Wall Street Journal
Winslow Homer's Transforming Odyssey
By Lance Esplund, November 14, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum teams with Milwaukee museum to showcase Winslow Homer
By Nancy Sheehan, November 11, 2017

Alliance Labs
The Worcester Art Museum: A Re-envision Case Study
By Valerie Fletcher, November 6, 2017

Discover otherworldly sculptures made from everyday objects with “Reusable Universes: Shih Chieh Huang”
Post-Civil War Portraits of Black Americans on Display (NBC Boston News Report)
October 26, 2017
Adjusting to life as free people: Collection of portraits of African American families in the early 1900s revealed
By Germania Rodriguez, October 21, 2017
Piecing Together The Past With Images Of A Little-Known Community Of Color In Worcester
By Andrea Shea, October 18, 2017

Antiques & The Arts Weekly
Rediscovered Worcester Images in 'Community of Color'
October 14, 2017
Stunning ‘Long-Lost’ Da Vinci Painting Expected to Fetch $100 Million
By Becky Little, October 13, 2017
William Bullard's Portrait of Worcester
October 13, 2017

Clark University
Clark partners with Worcester Art Museum to revive a rich, yet underexposed, history
By Meredith Woodward King, October 12, 2017

The Boston Globe
Opening a window on Worcester's past
By Cate McQuaid, September 8, 2017
A Cybernetic Bestiary Made of Disposable Packaging
By Christopher Snow Hopkins, August 24, 2017
Artist Shih Chieh Huang on Using New Technology to Bring Trash to Life
By Sarah Cascone, July 31, 2017
John O’Reilly’s Radical Photomontages
By Jeff McMahon, July 29th, 2017
Richard Teitz Obituary - San Antonio, TX
Former Worcester Art Museum Director, Richard Stuart Teitz, July 18, 1942 - June 19, 2017

Vice/The Creators Project
John O'Reilly on the Literary Muses That Shaped His 50-Year Art Career
By Nathaniel Ainley, July 7, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Reusable Universes at Worcester Art Museum features kinetic sculpture
By Nancy Sheehan, July 1, 2017 Online Journal
(Shih Chieh Huang Exhibit at WAM Opens on June 24)
June 2017

The Arts Fuse
Visual Arts Feature: Artist John O'Reilly — Art History and Private Drama
By Timothy Francis Barry, June 06, 2017

The Boston Globe
Mixing memory and desire — and much else besides
By Cate McQuaid, June 2, 2017

Modern Painter
A Theory of Evolution - Shih Chieh Huang's kinetic sculptures keep growing
By Margaret Carrigan, June/July 2017

The Brooklyn Rail
The Longest Journey - John O'Reilly: A Studio Odyssey
By Tim Barry, June 1, 2017

L'oeil de la Photographie
John O'Reilly's studio odyssey through literature, art history and autobiography
May 30, 2017

Emerging Voices — Vivian Li (pdf)
By May/June 2017

US News & World Report
Worcester Museum Opens Ancient Greek Vase Exhibit
Associated Press, April 2, 2017

Worcester Living Magazine
Pregnant Pause
By Nancy Sheehan, Spring 2017

The Boston Globe
Artistic worlds collide in 'Highest Heaven'
By Cate McQuaid, March 30, 2017

The New York Times
Notable Museum Openings This Spring and Summer
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, March 15, 2017

The New York Times
Drinking In the Art: Museums Offer a Growing Banquet for the Senses
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, March 14, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
'Heaven' can't wait: New Worcester Art Museum exhibit highlights Spanish, Portuguese colonial art
By Nancy Sheehan, March 9, 2017
5 must-see paintings at the Art Museum's new watercolor show
By Becky Batcha, March 1, 2017

The Boston Globe
From touching to fabulous to fierce at the Worcester Art Museum
By Cate McQuaid, January 20, 2017

Inside Philanthropy
Here's a Funder Committed to the Art of Displaying Art (And Why That's Important)
By Mike Scutari, January 19, 2017

Washington Times
Worcester Art Museum gets $825K grant from Luce Foundation
By January 16, 2017

Worcester Art Museum Awarded $825,000 Grant for Its Pre-Contemporary American Art Collection
By Robin Scher, January 12, 2017

Worcester Art Museum Awarded $825,000 Grant from Henry Luce Foundation
January 12, 2017

The Boston Globe
Worcester Art Museum gets $825,000 grant
By Alexander Frandsen, January 12, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum gets $825K grant from Luce Foundation
By Richard Duckett, January 12, 2017

Mass Live
Meet one of the newest U.S. citizens, Armin Opitz, a native of Germany who says America feels like home
By Melissa Hanson, January 11, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum welcomes new citizens
By Scott O'Connell, January 11, 2017

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Meet the Chef: Laurie Krohn/The Museum Cafe
By Barbara M. Houle, Jan 7, 2017

The Boston Globe
Robert McCloskey, the man behind 'Make Way for Ducklings,' gets a show at the MFA
By Cate McQuaid, January 04, 2017


Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum celebrates holidays and opening of revamped Medieval Galleries
By Nancy Sheehan, December 14, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Book illustrator Ed Emberley spotlighted in Worcester Art Museum exhibit
By Nancy Sheehan, November 13, 2016

The Boston Globe
The art of citizenship
By Sonia Rao, October 14, 2016

The Boston Globe
The art of autumn (Medieval galleries)
By Sebastian Smee, October 13, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum show examines immigration, citizenship
By Nancy Sheehan, October 9, 2016

The Daily Gazette
Cats! at the Worcester Art Museum
By Sara Foss, August 24, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum acquires three new paintings
August 19, 2016
Trio of acquisitions enhances 19th- and 20th-century paintings collections at Worcester Art Museum
August 19, 2016

The Boston Globe
In Worcester, nude-figure sketch classes drawing attention
By Sophie Haigney, July 15, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Resident cats strut stuff at Worcester Art Museum's 'Meow'
By Nancy Sheehan, July 14, 2016

The Boston Globe
Watch a Worcester cat exhibit live on the 'Meow Cam'
By Steve Annear, July 14, 2016

Smithsonian Magazine
Smithsonian: July/August 2016
Cover Photo

The Boston Globe
Worcester Art Museum is going to the cats
By Sophie Haigney, June 08, 2016

Una exposición demuestra que la gatomanía no nació con internet
By Jose Ángel González, May 26, 2016

Art With A Purrr-pose: Cats Take Over The Worcester Art Museum
By Andrea Shea, May 26, 2016

Worcester Art Museum Opens MEOW: A Cat-Inspired Exhibition
May 19, 2016

What Happens When a Museum Closes?
By Abigail Cain, May 13, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum's 'Meow' examines our fascination with felines
By Nancy Sheehan, May 15, 2016

Vice: The Creators Project
The Art of Mending Ceramics Disasters | Conservation Lab
By Noémie Jennifer, May 3, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum's restored Flemish tapestry from 1505 on exhibit
By Richard Duckett, Apr. 22, 2016

From Ancient Egypt to Internet Stardom, Worcester Art Museum Celebrates Cats in an Extraordinary Exhibition
By Ana Moriarty, April 18, 2016

The New York Times
A Swedish-Born Carver's Celtic Knots and Norse Monsters
By Eve M. Kahn, March 31, 2016
The Worcester Art Museum's New Exhibit Is All Cats, All the Time
By Danny Lewis, March 11, 2016

Blouin Artinfo
Confident Cats Continue Art World Takeover
By Scott Indrisek, March 9, 2016

The Worcester Art Museum Gifts Us the Cat-Themed Exhibition of Our Furriest Dreams
By Cait Munro, March 9, 2016
Cats Are the Muses Behind WAM's "Meow: A Cat Inspired Exhibition"
By Amy Tokic, March 9, 2016

Cyanotypes: Photography's Blue Period at The Worcester Art Museum
By Edie Bresler, March, 2016

The Boston Globe
Worcester Art Museum adds another work by Cornelis van Haarlem
By Joe Incollingo, March 01, 2016

Photography's Blue Period Gets Its First Major Show in the US
By Claire Voon, February 25, 2016

The Boston Globe
At Worcester, photography gets the blues
By Mark Feeney, February 9, 2016

The New York Times
Cyanotype, Photography's Blue Period, Is Making a Comeback
By Ted Loos, February 5, 2016

Elle Decor
What's Next: True Blue (Cyanotypes: Photography's Blue Period)
By Peter Terzian, January 2016

Cyanotypes and Actor Mark Rylance
Open Studio with Jared Bowen, January 22, 2016

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Blue Revival: Exhibition examines the rise, fall, and rise again of cyanotype photographic process (pdf) / (web)
By Nancy Sheehan, January 18, 2016
Un salon pop art déjanté de Hassan Hajjaj exposé à Worcester
By Meryem Saadi, January 11, 2016

Worcester Magazine
Worcester Art Museum Presents Cyanotypes: Photography's Blue Period
By Joshua Lyford, January 7, 2016

VICE / The Creators Project
East Meets West with this Warholesque Sensual Feast
By Tanja M. Laden, January 2, 2016


The Boston Globe
Hajjaj's rollicking 'Rock Stars' exhibit pops with color
By Cate McQuaid, December 17, 2015

The Boston Globe
Malcolm Rogers joins Worcester Art Museum's board
By Mark Shanahan, November 17, 2015
A glorious day and place to vote in Worcester
By Elaine Thompson, November 3, 2015

National Endowment for the Arts
By Massachusetts Cultural Council, Boston Massachusetts

New York Times
Worcester Art Museum Receives $4 Million Gift
By Joshua Barone, October 4, 2015

Seven Worcester Area Institutions Awarded $15 Million in Gifts
By October 04, 2015

The Boston Globe
Foundation gives $15m to Central Mass. cultural institutions including Worcester Art Museum
By Malcolm Gay, October 02, 2015

Art Forum
Worcester Art Museum Receives $4 Million Gift to Endow Directorship
October 2, 2015
McDonough Foundation donates $15 million to Greater Worcester cultural organizations
By Mark Sullivan, Oct. 2, 2015

Worcester Art Museum Receives $4 M. to Endow Director Position
By Ella Coon, Oct. 2, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
War's stark horror unveiled in Worcester Art Museum's 'Aleppo' exhibit
By Nancy Sheehan, September 18, 2015

The Boston Globe
Family in folk art at Worcester Art Museum
By Cate McQuaid, August 12, 2015

"American Folk Art, Lovingly Collected" Video
July 30, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Salisbury Cultural district gets state OK
By Nick Kotsopoulos, May 21, 2015

Worcester Magazine
Salisbury Cultural District receives state approval
By Joshua Lyford, May 20, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Clemente Course brings adult learning back to Worcester
By Brad Petrishen, May 19, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum hosts Star Wars Day
May 19, 2015

Charter TV3
Video: WAM Makes List of 39 Museums Around The World To Visit
May, 2015

Worcester Magazine
The mural to the story
By Joshua Lyford, May 14, 2015

Lowell Sun
The art of the ancient warrior: Discover connections between the Samurai and 'Star Wars' at Worcester Art Museum
By Brad Avery, May 14, 2015

Arts This Week: 'Samurai!'...
By Jared Bowen & Amanda Kersey, May 7, 2015
Tops in creativity
By May 13, 2015

Video: 'Samurai!' on Open Studio with Jared Bowen
May, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Majestic murals at Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, May 8, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Samurai: Still on cutting edge at Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, April 16, 2015

Art Daily
Contemporary artists explore Samurai in popular culture with new exhibition
April 23, 2015

The New York Times
The Digital Future: How Museums Measure Up
By William Grimes, April 23, 2015

The Boston Globe
Critic's picks: Art
By Sebastian Smee, April 18, 2015

Exhibit Features Fresh Interpretations of Samurai
By Jack Thurston, April 16, 2015

Hi-Fructose Magazine
Preview: "Samurai!" Group Exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum
By Caro, April 7, 2015

The Boston Globe
Ticket: art
By Sebastian Smee, March 28, 2015

Huffington Post
How The Rise Of The Middle Class Shaped American Folk Art
By Priscilla Frank, March 27, 2015

The New York Times
Labels, Digital Included, Assume New Importance at Museums
By David Wallis, March 17, 2015

Metrowest Daily News
Masterpiece mystery: Raphael and imitator pose a whodunit at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, March 15, 2015

Worcester State University
Docents' Clear Speech Ensures Art Appreciation by All
February 23, 2015

The Boston Globe
'Rosa of Viterbo,' with eyes of a survivor
By Sebastian Smee, February 10, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Flora in Winter at WAM is a 'Dream'
By Nancy Sheehan, January 29, 2015

The Boston Globe
MFA, Worcester base pithy shows on a single work in context
By Sebastian Smee, January 29, 2015

500 Years After Death, an Old Master Painter Gets His First Solo Museum Show
By Christie Chu, January 29, 2015

The Art Newspaper
After 500 years, a solo show at last for the Surrealists' favourite Old Master
By Martin Bailey, January 29, 2015
See: Snowflakes, Boston Sleigh Rides And 2 Centuries Of New England Winter Art
By Greg Cook, January 28, 2015

The Boston Globe
Frame by Frame: Courbet's 'Woman With a Cat' spurred by competition
By Sebastian Smee, January 27, 2015

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum hopes to shed light on Raphael Madonna mystery
By Nancy Sheehan, January 25, 2015

Mass Cultural Council
Announcing the 2015 Commonwealth Awards
January 21, 2015


The Boston Globe
Apfelbaum's works shimmer with allusion in Worcester
By Cate McQuaid, December 11, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Salisbury Cultural District in Worcester gets initial approval
By Nick Kotsopoulos, December 10, 2014

Mass Realty
Experiencing the Art of Worcester: Featuring ArtsWorcester and the Worcester Art Museum
By Kristen Bosse, December 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Nude models part of new look at Worcester Art Museum
By Samantha Allen, December 7, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Baring it all for art's sake
By Samantha Allen, December 7, 2014

The Boston Globe
In Worcester, photographs of former child soldiers
By Mark Feeney, December 04, 2014

Boston Common Magazine
A Look at the Worcester Art Museum's New Interactive Exhibit (Knights!)
By Jessica Bowne, November 19, 2014

Worcester Living
Wining and dining in artwork at Worcester Art Museum
By Stacy Woods, November 21, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum presents 'Perfectly Strange' exhibit
By Richard Duckett, October 31, 2014

Images of Child Soldiers in Africa Come to Worcester Art Museum
By GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team, October 22, 2014

The Boston Globe
The 50 greatest paintings in New England
By Sebastian Smee, October 18, 2014

The Boston Globe
Critic's picks for fall museum exhibitions around New England
By Cate McQuaid, October 18, 2014

Worcester Magazine
Floored (Polly Apfelbaum)
By Laurence Levey, October 9, 2014

The Boston Globe
Worcester exhibition focuses on the bizarre in art
By Cate McQuaid, September 27, 2014

The Daily Herd
Jeffrey Forgeng new curator of arms and armor and medieval art at Worcester Art Museum
September 5, 2014

Worcester Magazine
Keeping up with the Jameses
By Katie Benoit, July 24, 2014

Worcester Art Museum Celebrates National Batman Day
By Sarah Cascone, July 23, 2014
Worcester Art Museum to Present Portraits by William Hogarth
By GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team, July 18, 2014

Art Movements (Hogarth Portraits)
By Allison Meier, July 11, 2014

The Boston Globe
Bernardo Strozzi's true calling confirmed by 'Calling'
By Sebastian Smee, July 8, 2014

Art Fix Daily
Worcester Art Museum to Unveil Restored Hogarth Portraits
July 8, 2014

Worcester Art Museum Breathes New Life Into William Hogarth
By Sarah Cascone, July 8, 2014

Worcester Art Museum's 'Abstractions in Blue' exhibit showcases contemporary Japanese art
By Sam Bonacci, June 18, 2014
Knights Promo on RTA Bus
By Mike Cronin, June 18, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester changes a polling place from Belmont Towers to art museum
By Steven H. Foskett Jr., June 4, 2014

Boston Globe
Stuart captures a poet’s blithe spirit
By Sebastian Smee, May 27, 2014

The Unsung But Revolutionary Art Institutions of Massachusetts
By Malerie Yolen Cohen, May 14, 2014

GETAWAY mavens
Worcester MA: Arts, Armor and Restaurant Powerhouse
By Malerie Yolen Cohen, May 12, 2014

Chronicle - WCVB TV
Dressed to Kill: Armor Collection Moves to Worcester Art Museum
May 1, 2014
Knight in shining armor... on a pink horse?
By Jackie Bruno, April 28, 2014

Leading in Central MA: Veronica Fish, Artist and Illustrator
By Susan Wagner, April 28, 2014

Worcester Art Museum Relives Medieval Times With 'Knights!'
By Jared Bowen, April 9, 2014

The Herald News
Chivalric and deadly, 'Knights!' have arrived at WAM
By Chris Bergeron, April 6, 2014

The Boston Globe
Critic’s picks: Museum exhibits
By Sebastian Smee, April 5, 2014

VREPS Member Profile: Sarah Gillis
by Marieelia, April 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Musical festival complements Knights! at WAM
By Nancy Sheehan, March 27, 2014

Worcester Magazine
2 Minutes With…Travis Simpkins
By Stephen King, March 27, 2014

Worcester Art Museum Bringing New Life to the Higgins Armory Collection
March 27, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Higgins curator to oversee armory collection at Worcester Art Museum
March 26, 2014

Charter TV3 News
WAM Knights Exhibit Preview 3-26
By Mike Cronin, March 26, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester Art Museum shines a new light on 'Knights!
By Nancy Sheehan, March 26, 2014

The Boston Globe
Worcester Art Museum hires Higgins Armory curator
By Geoff Edgers, March 25, 2014

Charter TV3 News
Worcester Art Museum's Knights Exhibit 3-24
By Kristen Carosa, March 24, 2014

By Elizabeth Michelman, March/April 2014

Worcester Magazine
“Knights!” Exhibition Breathes New Life into Higgins Armory Collection
By Doreen Manning, March 20, 2013

The New York Times
What Comes Next, After the Troops Are Dismissed
By Ted Loos, March 19, 2014

The New York Times
Monuments Man in War, Conservationist in Peace
By Carol Kino, March 19, 2014

Batman movie suit to be displayed at Worcester Art Museum Knights! exhibit
By Sam Bonacci, March 18, 2013

Museum of Art Acquires Camera Owned by Winslow Homer
By DC, March 14

Donning a VR headset to visit the Worcester Art Museum
By Scott Kirsner, March 14

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Museums key to communities
By Albert B. Southwick, March 13

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Delicate know-how for Higgins items
By Nancy Sheehan, March 11

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Knight vision: Higgins armor collection gets special attention at Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, March 9

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
At Worcester Art Museum, an exhibit that's out of this world
By Susan Spencer, February 10

Worcester News Tonight
Monuments Men at WAM
Channel TV3, February 8

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A local 'Monuments Man' drives film
By Richard Duckett, February 3

The Boston Globe
Worcester's 'You Are Here' captivates with contemporary art
By Sebastian Smee, January 11


The New York Times
A Bell Tolls for the Higgins, a Quirky Armor Museum
By Eve M. Kahn, December 19, 2013

The Milford Daily News
Portraits of Hopedale library founders restored
By Zachary Comeau, December 11, 2013

The Opera Lizzie Borden and Reimagining Art in Worcester
By Jared Bowen, November 16, 2013

Today's Digital Mural
By Jared Bowen, November 15, 2013

Arts This Week
By Jared Bowen, November 14, 2013

Worcester Magazine
Two Minutes With…Dan Witz
By Steven King, November 14, 2013

The Wall Street Journal
Museum, Remodeled
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, November 13, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Worcester Art Museum names director of curatorial affairs
By Richard Duckett, October 29, 2013

The MetroWest Daily News
See Old Masters in new ways at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, October 28, 2013

The Boston Globe
New look at Old Masters in Worcester exhibit
By Sebastian Smee, October 26, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Outdoors: On the hunt at the Worcester Art Museum
By Mark Blazis, September 27, 2013
Garry Winogrand's "Women Are Beautiful" opens at Worcester Art Museum
August 16, 2013
Paolo Veronese's Venus "Disarming Cupid" heads to Worcester Art Museum
August 16, 2013

The New York Times
A Gift of Gods as Worcester Art Museum Gets a Veronese
By Randy Kennedy, August 14, 2013

Cupid Strikes, And Worcester Gets A Great Gift
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, August 14, 2013

The Boston Globe
Worcester Art Museum acquires Veronese gem
By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein, August 14, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Worcester Art Museum acquires Renaissance master's 'Venus'
By Richard Duckett, August 14, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Winogrand's women
By David Niles, August 14, 2013

The Daily Beast
Garry Winogrand's Women Are Beautiful (Photos)
By Erin Cunningham, August 2013

Worcester Magazine
Museums open doors to alternative learning
By Ashley Wilson, August 07, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Sunday Sit-down: Adam Reed Rozan
By Richard Duckett, August 4, 2013

The MetroWest Daily News
East and West meet at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, July 31, 2013

Escape From New York: 20 Art Destinations Within Hours of the City
By BlouinArtInfo, July 30, 2013
The 10 Coolest People In Worcester 2013
By Paige Pihl Buckley, Lyor Dotan, Tessa Browne, Miranda Bethune and Jeff Starr, July 26, 2013

The MetroWest Daily News
Video: Portraits of the artists, by artists, at Worcester museum
Video, July 5, 2013

Worcester Telegram
A WAM of a time
Editorial Footnote, July 6, 2013

Worcester Business Journal
Art Museum Offers Free Admission Again
By: Jacquelyn Cutc, June 18, 2013

The Boston Globe
Standing in the shadow of ancient beauty
By: Sebastian Smee, June 18, 2013

Worcester Telegram
WCMS delivers passionate musical statement against war
By: Jonathan Blumhofer, June 10, 2013

The Boston Globe
Boston-area to do list
June 4, 2013

The Boston Globe
By Mark Feeney, May 26, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Dress like Bob Dylan and get in free, says museum
By: Associated Press, May 20, 2013
Dress like Bob Dylan and get in free, says museum
By: Associated Press, May 20, 2013

Let It Bleed: The Frightening Scene on the Met’s Roof
By: Robin Cembalest, May 16, 2013

Art New England
Inventing and Reinventing the Worcester Art Museum
By: Matthias Waschek, May, 2013

Open Studio: A Visit to the Worcester Art Museum and more
By: Jared Bowen, May 3, 2013

The Boston Globe
Take the train to Worcester
By Patrick Harris, March 24, 2013

Worcester Magazine
The art of conservation
by Doreen Manning / photos by Steven King, March 12, 2013

The Art Newspaper
A marriage restored
March 2013

Worcester Magazine
The Art of Conservation
February 6, 2013

Worcester Telegram
Flowers and art blend at Worcester museum
February 1, 2013
Today's Digital Mural
January 31, 2013

The Boston Globe
Miniature, loving commemorations
By Cate McQuaid, January 7, 2013

The Boston Globe
‘Prints by Georges Rouault’ at Worcester Art Museum
By Cate McQuaid, January 5, 2013

Exhibit brings back memories of national crisis
By Brian Goslow, November 26, 2012

Bay State Parent Magazine
Kennnedy to Kent State
By Jim Keogh, November 14, 2012

The Milford Daily News
Holiday Arts Preview: Art as our holiday aesthetic
By Chris Bergeron, November 8, 2012

The Boston Globe
Jill Slosburg-Ackerman show displays seeds of imagination
By Cate McQuaid, November 13, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Pleasures and pressures of the annual search for presents
By Margaret LeRoux, November 12, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Veterans share their experiences
By Lynne Klaft, November 11, 2012

The Boston Globe
Boston-area art museums: critic’s picks
By Sebastian Smee, November 10, 2012
War Stories: David Hume Kennerly’s Images From Vietnam To Obama
By Greg Cook, November 10, 2012

NEW: Worcester Art Museum to Host Former White House Chief Photographer
GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team, November 9, 2012

The Milford Daily News
Holiday Arts Preview: Art as our holiday aesthetic
By Chris Bergeron, November 8, 2012

The Boston Phoenix
Stone-cold killers: Worcester Art Museum hosts the largest floor mosiac
By Greg Cook, November 7, 2012

The Boston Phoenix
Shots seen 'round the world
By Greg Cook, November 7, 2012

Boston Herald
Exhibit’s focus helps unblur the ’60s
By Arthur Pollock, October 28, 2012

Are All Museum Directors Alike? Playing Comparisons
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, October 22, 2012

The Boston Musical Intelligencer
From Kennedy to Kent State in Music
by Steven Ledbetter, October 21, 2012

The Boston Globe
Boston’s newest museum directors excited, expecting challenges
By Geoff Edgers, October 20, 2012

The Boston Globe
Museum critic’s picks state by state
By Sebastian Smee, October 20, 2012

Worcester Telegram
American Century captures ’60s discord
By Jonathan Blumhofer, October 15, 2012

Metro West Daily News
Portraits of a generation at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, October 14, 2012
The Worcester Art Museum
Jared Bowen, October 9, 2012

The Boston Globe
‘Kennedy to Kent State’: When a decade is more than just a decade
By Mark Feeney, October 4, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Worcester Art Museum revisits the '60s
By Nancy Sheehan, September 27, 2012

Cape Cod Times
Iconic images from the '60s and '70s on display
By, Mary Ann Bragg, September 21, 2012

Tidbits: Unrelated Developments At A Few Museums
By Judith H. Dobrzynski, September 20, 2012

Worcester Telegram
City’s museum a masterpiece
By Albert B. Southwick, September 20, 2012

The Boston Globe
Fall Arts Preview: Kennedy to Kent State
By Sebastian Smee, September 8, 2012

The Boston Globe
From an eviscerated body, spiritualism emerges
By Sebastian Smee, August 7, 2012

Trender: Worcester Art Museum Director: Matthias Waschek
By Janine Hanrahan, July 31, 2012

Museum Invites You to Worcester's 'Living Room'
By Jared Bowen, July 20, 2012

Worcester Business Journal
Worcester Art Museum Reopens Front Entrance, Announces Free Admission
By Matt Pilon, June 21, 2012

Worcester Mag
Worcester Art Museum Re-Opens Salisbury Street Doors
By Alicia Lazzaro, June 21, 2012

The Boston Globe
Worcester Museum Opens Front Door
By Geoff Edgers, June 20, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Worcester Art Museum reopens front doors
By Linda Bock, June 20, 2012

Trip Advisor
Worcester Art Museum: Traveler Reviews

The Boston Globe
Carrie Moyer’s arts of seduction
By Cate McQuaid, April 24, 2012

The Boston Globe
Brown University library worker finds rare Paul Revere print
By Colin A. Young, April 11, 2012

The Arts Fuse
Concert Review: Nicholas Kitchen and Yeesun Kim at the Worcester Art Museum
By Jonathan Blumhofer

Worcester Magazine
Zippity do WAM
by Doreen Manning, February 22, 2012

Worcester Magazine
Pouring it on
by Laurence Levey, February 22, 2012

Worcester Telegram
New chapter at WAM
By Robert Nemeth, January 29, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Flora in Winter
By Nancy Sheehan, January 27, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Not just standing still
By Nancy Sheehan, January 26, 2012

Worcester Telegram
Colors of the season
by Taylor Nunez, January 25, 2012

The Boston Globe
In 'Hymn,' seeking a beauty beyond beauty
By Mark Feeney, January 24, 2012

Matthias Waschek: New Director of the Worcester Art Museum
By Mark Lynch, January 19, 2012

The Boston Globe
"Flora in Winter" in Worcester & Boylston
by Carol Stocker, January 17, 2012

The Boston Globe
Vengeance in a fragment of concentrated violence
By Sebastian Smee, January 3, 2012


The Boston Globe
The mystery of Julien Hudson
By Sebastian Smee, December 30, 2011

The New York Times
A Portraitist Considered the ‘Titian of Louisiana’
By Eve M. Kahn, December 15, 2011

Worcester Magazine
Two Minutes With...Matthias Waschek
November 10, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Chamber Music Society unveils rare gems
By Joyce Tamer, October 17, 2011

The Boston Globe
Ease belies the effort
By Sebastian Smee, August 16, 2011
The search for Rembrandt paintings
July 27, 2011

The Boston Globe
Out on a limb with 'Discovery of Honey'
By Sebastian Smee, June 21, 2011

Worcester Telegram
GO! New Show at WAM
By Nancy Sheehan, June 17, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Pop Culture Notebook - Art in Action
May 27, 2011

The Boston Globe
Ooh la la: woman as muse
By Cate McQuaid, May 27, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Bee’s Knees all the buzz
By Craig S. Semon, May 12, 2011

The Boston Globe
To do list
By June Wulff, May 12, 2011

The Milford Daily News
I spy a wedding at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, April 21, 2011

Art Forum
Charline von Heyl
By Allese Thomson Baker, April 9, 2011

Worcester Telegram
20th century redux at Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, February 17, 2011

Worcester Magazine
Tantalizing treasures from the archives
By Paul Grignon, February 16, 2011

Worcester Telegram
WAM series delivers music as it was meant to be heard
By Joyce Tamer, February 15, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Patrick headlines Visions Awards
By Bronislaus B. Kush, February 10, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Governor singles out Worcester's progress
By Steven H. Foskett Jr., February 9, 2011

The Wall Street Journal
New Lessons on an Old Hand
By Mary Tompkins Lewis, February 9, 2011

Littleton Independent
Littleton teacher named national Educator of the Year
By Nan Shnitzler, February 7, 2011

Worcester Telegram
As if from another world
Photo by Steve Lanava, January 28, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Museum inspired Welu
By Nancy Sheehan, January 18, 2011

MetroWest Daily News
Bullish on Manet, Goya at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, January 9, 2011

MetroWest Daily News
A dandy little exhibit at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, January 7, 2011

Worcester Telegram
Winter is perfect bird-watching weather
By Nancy Sheehan, January 6, 2011


Worcester Magazine
Top News Stories of 2010
Doreen Manning, December 22, 2010

Worcester Telegram
Creativity on Display at Worcester Art Museum
John Ferrarone Photo, December 29, 2010

Boston Globe
Echoing Ellsworth Kelly in electrifying fashion
By Cate McQuaid, November 28, 2010

Worcester Business Journal
Q&A with James A. Welu, Worcester Art Museum
By Christina H. Davis, November 24, 2010

Boston Globe
Von Heyl livens things up at Worcester Art Museum
By Sebastian Smee, November 16, 2010

Boston Globe
New wall at WAM
By Sebastian Smee, November 11, 2010

Worcester Art Museum director to step down
By Melissa Toupin, October 1, 2010

Boston Globe
Dawn of ‘The Dead Toreador’
By Sebastian Smee, October 1, 2010

Worcester Telegram
Art museum director trading the helm for ‘emeritus' status
By Nancy Sheehan, September 29, 2010

Boston Globe
Welu, Worcester Art Museum director, steps down
By Sebastian Smee, September 28, 2010

Worcester Telegram
Worcester Art Museum director stepping down
By Nancy Sheehan, September 28, 2010

Worcester Telegram
WAM welcomes Manet masterpiece
By Nancy Sheehan, September 23, 2010

Boston Globe
Critic's picks
By Sebastian Smee, September 12, 2010

Worcester Telegram
College Town
By Bonnie Russell, September 12, 2010

The Bostn Globe
A family portrait with distinct quirkiness
By Sebastian Smee, August 17, 2010

Metrowest Daily News
History revealed in art
By Chris Bergeron, August 9, 2009

Metrowest Daily News
Worcester Art Museum exhibit explores centuries of printmaking as art
By Chris Bergeron, August 9, 2009

Boston Globe Website
20 family outings for under $50 in Mass
By Kimberly Sherman, May 2009

Art News
Planning a Romantic Getaway - The Maiden Heist
By Rachel Wolff, May 2009

MetroWest Daily News
Rona Pondick's sculptures are an amalgam of the ancient and the modern
By Chris Bergeron, May 16, 2008

Boston Globe
This 'Metamorphosis' spans centuries - Sculpture exhibit juxtaposes ancient and contemporary
By Cate McQuaid, April 26, 2009

Boston Globe
Celestial wonders - Spectacle of space captured by machines
By Mark Feeney, April 25, 2009

The Loaded Gun Blog
'The Maiden Heist' show will go on in Worcester
February 14, 2009

The New York Times
Tough Times Call for Shrewd Artists
By Dorothy Spears, February 13, 2009

Telegram & Gazette
Maiden' showing “The Maiden Heist” Film shot at WAM to be shown at Hanover
By Nancy Sheehan, February 13, 2009

Art New England
The Survivors: Malcolm Rogers & Jim Welu
By Raymond Liddell, October/November 2008

Telegram & Gazette
Bam! Wham! Draw! Keep it going! Comic book marathon at WAM
By Sandy Meindersma, October 20, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
Portrait of the artist as a teenage boy
By Nancy Sheehan, October 9, 2008

Worcester Magazine
Artists step up to the Comics Challenge
By Zachary Pelham, October 16, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
Mr. Salisbury’s dream for Lincoln Square and city Common
By Albert B. Southwick, August 14, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
WAM exhibit eyes dam’s toll
By Nancy Sheehan, August 8, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
Tales of two Chinas: Filmmaker examines country’s sweeping changes in ‘Rising Tide’
By Nancy Sheehan, August 8, 2008

MetroWest Daily News
Harnessing China’s Sorrow
By Chris Bergeron, July 20, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
A green motif: Even the fertilizer goes organic at the Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, June 19, 2008

New England Antiques Journal
An American Vision: Winterthur at Worcester
By Randall Decoteau, February 2008

MetroWest Daily News
Fashionable ladies at Worcester Art Museum
By Chris Bergeron, January 27, 2008

MetroWest Daily News
Abstract expressionist prints vibrate with life at WAM
By Chris Bergeron, January 27, 2008

Telegram & Gazette
In full bloom, Flora in Winter returns to Worcester Art Museum
By Nancy Sheehan, January 25, 2008

Boston Globe
A Treasure Trove of Prints by Abstract Expressionists
By Cate McQuaid, January 11, 2008

Boston Globe
Cate McQuaid’s 2007 Best Picks in Visual Art
By Cate McQuaid, Visual Arts Writer

Telegram & Gazette
WAM goes Hollywood: Feature film does location shots at local museum
By Nancy Sheehan, December 4, 2007

MetroWest Daily News
Bringing the War Home
By Chris Bergeron, November 11, 2007

MetroWest Daily News
Quality, Comfort and Priceless
By Chris Bergeron, November 11, 2007

Boston Globe
Of war and remembrance, Martha Rosler's montages conjure Vietnam and Iraq
By Greg Cook, November 11, 2007

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette
American Vision: Finest, rarest items made or used between 1640 and 1860 are on display at the WAM
By Nancy Sheehan, November 6, 2007

Colleges of Worcester Consortium
Renaissance Court and Museum Shop highlighted in web-based video promoting Worcester.
August 2007

The Beat
Worcester Art Museum
By Leon Nigrosh, March 2007

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A touch of the Orient, Worcester Art Museum exhibits jade carvings
By Nancy Sheehan, April 21, 2006

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Flora and art brighten up winter
By Nancy Sheehan, January 24, 2006
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The Boston Globe
Things looking picture perfect at Worcester museum
By Ellen Albanese, January 22, 2006

Christian Science Monitor
Artists Focus on Hope and Healing in a Time of Disaster
By April Austin, September 19, 2005

New York Times
Desperately Painting the Plague
By Holland Cotter, July 29, 2005


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