NORTHBOROUGH – The Northborough Cultural Council is inviting the public to the opening event of the Go Out Doors art exhibit.
The opening event will take place on April 29 at 11 a.m. at Ellsworth McAfee.
As part of the exhibit, which was first held last year, household doors have been upcycled into an artist’s canvas. The cultural council put a call out to artists, and six were chosen. According to the council, the artists will be paid a stipend.
Another three doors will be created by cultural council members, who will not be paid.
For about six weeks, the doors will be placed along the walking path near the playground in Ellsworth McAfee. The doors will then be available for purchase with the proceeds going toward both the artist and the Northborough Cultural Council for future programming.
The exhibit is part of the council’s larger Love Northborough public art campaign. For more information, click here.
Northborough residents ‘go out doors’ for public art exhibit