This exhibition is one of the oldest juried exhibitions in New England. This annual summer tradition at the Fitchburg Art Museum strives to discover, encourage, and celebrate the artists and crafters of our region. 


Lynda Schlosberg: Multiverse

The idea of the “multiverse” has emerged over the past few decades in the fields of astronomy, cosmology, physics, philosophy, religion, and literature. This theory– hypothetical and controversial–suggests that our known...

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Howard Johnson: Phantastrophies

Howard Johnson, a life-long resident of Worcester, Massachusetts, is one of the most original and distinctive artists working in New England today. His artwork has often been described as “visionary,” and indeed he has spent his entire career... 


Call and Response: E Pluribus Unum

This exhibition is the result of the sixth annual collaboration between the Fitchburg Art Museum and ArtsWorcester. The historic motto of our nation—out of many, one—is also a way to conceptualize how we make and think about art. 


Mirrors and Windows

This exhibition presents photographs from FAM’s Permanent Collection that feature windows and mirrors as compositional devices that inform and direct how we, as viewers, see. Windows are transparent; they can represent light and truth...


Global Africa: Creativity, Continuity, and Change in African Art

An exhibition of classic, contemporary and commissioned art objects including masks, masquerades with videos, photographs, carved portraits, textiles, metal arts as currency, and an interactive Learning Lounge for all ages.


Discover Ancient Egypt

Designed to appeal to school groups and families, this interactive gallery introduces visitors to the wonders of one of the oldest and most accomplished civilizations in recorded history.


Evoking Eleanor

This exhibition explores the art, life, and legacy of one of Fitchburg's most beloved citizens: FAM Founder Eleanor Norcross (1854-1923). Eleanor Norcross was a charming, graceful, fiercely intelligent artist and...