Who are your Heroes? Who are your Villains?
Art often tells stories, and many famous stories have heroes and villains. Whatever form heroes take — from characters with superhuman powers to ordinary people who act heroically in extraordinary times — they always spark the imagination and stir the heart. And, of course, no good story lacks conflict and with it the villain who is the reflection of the hero.
WAM’s Spring Community Day spotlights a wide variety of heroes, as well as their inevitable counterparts — villains — from throughout history, cultures, and galaxies.
- Come dressed as your favorite hero or villain!*
- Prizes awarded for best costumes (3:30pm)
- Demonstrations by historical reenactors
- Have your portrait drawn by caricature artist Don Landgren (11am-1pm)
- Familiar “heroes and villains” show/film tunes performed by pianist Paul Buono, Jr. (1-3pm)
- Tour – Heroes and Villains in Art (1pm)
- Drop-in art making activities
- Food trucks
Programs are free with Museum Admission:
- Adults: $16, Ages 4-17 $6, Age 3 and Under: Free
- Seniors: $14 (65+)
Spring Community Day: Heroes & Villains
Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 508.799.4406
Saturday, April 13, 2019; 10:00am-4:00pm