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The Public Art Working Group and YWCA of Central Mass. to unveil new mural by international artist Alice Mizrachi

The YWCA of Central Massachusetts invites the community to a celebration of the new mural on the wall facing Francis J. McGrath Boulevard in downtown Worcester. The reception will be at 4 p.m. Friday, June 17, at the YWCA Central Massachusetts in the members lounge at 1 Salem Square.

The YWCA of Central Mass. teamed up with the Worcester Public Art Working Group to bring New York-based and internationally acclaimed muralist Alice Mizrachi to Worcester. In a series of workshops, Mizrachi is working in collaboration with the YWCA’s Girls CHOICE program and with assistant Sharinna Travieso to plan and conceptualize the new mural creation that will adorn the 23-by-40-foot wall.

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