ASPiRE! Artists – “Reflections: Mirrored Narratives”


Open Door Gallery Worcester - February 25 through May 10, 2019

Reception March 6, 2019 11:00 - 12:30

Drawing inspiration from the work of artists such as Pollock, Warhol and Tiffany, ASPiRE! artists create a visual landscape of work ranging in style and media that reflects their own aesthetic, vision and ideas.

Reflections: Mirrored Narratives is on view through May 10, 2019 at the Open Door Gallery in the Higgins Education Wing of the Worcester Art Museum.

Museum hours are:
Wednesday through Sunday, 10am - 4pm and third Thursdays of the month until 8pm

Wooden box standing on its side, open, painted in square patterns in red, blue, yellow and white.
Glass square with splattered paint, on a small easel

ASPiRE! Artists Program

Seven Hills developed the ASPiRE! model of day programs to better support individuals with disabilities and other significant life challenges. ASPiRE! has restructured the way that day habilitation, adult day health, workforce readiness, and employment services are typically offered by promoting personal choice and self-determination in a dynamic, and dignified, community-driven environment. Learn more about the ASPiRE! program by visiting the Seven Hills Foundation website.

Open Door Gallery @ Worcester Art Museum exhibits and celebrates the work of aspiring, emerging, and established artists with disabilities, acting as a catalyst for community convening and conversation within the museum.

Designed as both a working studio and gallery, Open Door Gallery @ Worcester Art Museum supports the creation of new works and the sharing of artwork with the Greater Worcester arts community and beyond!

As a partnership between VSA MA, Seven Hills Foundation, and the Worcester Art Museum, Open Door Gallery @ Worcester Art Museum seeks to expand opportunities for meaningful experiences and connections through the arts for people of all abilities.

Aspire! logo - reads "ASPIRE! Innovative lifelong learning, a program of Seven Hills Foundation"