By The New Worcester Spy
The New Worcester Spy had the opportunity to chat with Aileen Novick who is the Manager of Public & Education Programs at the Worcester Art Museum. Aileen describes her position as well as how the museum’s programs are adapting to the pandemic. In addition, Aileen discusses the museum’s relationship with Worcester State as well as their offerings to local college students. Students interested in visiting the Worcester Art Museum can find plenty of interesting info in this interview to plan their first trip.
The Worcester Art Museum has been a center for education and culture in the city for over one hundred years. Housing various pieces of art from all over the world, the museum is a perfect educational getaway for students interested in history and different forms of art. Aileen gives students the inside scoop for an upcoming exhibit at the museum which showcases the evolution of baseball jersey styles. Also, Worcester State students’ ability to visit the museum for free is highlighted. To learn more about the Worcester Art Museum’s virtual programs and exhibits check out https://www.worcesterart.org/.