Public Art

The Lowell Women’s Week Public Art Committee organizes and implements the annual Lowell Women’s Week Public Art Project. 

Be a Voice for Women | Lowell Women’s Week Public Art 2018

This year is the 23rd anniversary of Lowell Women’s Week and our theme is Nevertheless, We Persist: Moving Forward Together.   This year’s theme reflects the spirit of solidarity that we witnessed throughout 2017, as the rights of women and minorities were jeopardized time and again. In response to this threat, we saw a nation, of all genders, races, religions and  socio-economic classes, rise together and respond in solidarity to protect each other’s rights.

Our public art project this year calls for displays that reflect this spirit of solidarity. Join the Public Art Committee, at Girls Inc., for an afternoon of community art to create your own original submission for the public art display, at the Annual Lowell Women’s Week Breakfast. Our hope is to compile a visual display that captures the spirit of the Lowell’s rich history as a source of persistence and revolution, from the days of the mills and labor unions through the present.

 You can join Girl’s inc and create a display on  Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm or feel free to create your own display using a large poster board.  Pictures, poems, and other visual combinations can be used to capture the spirit of Persistence and Moving Forward Together.

For more information on the 2018 Public art project contact  Pamela Larocque at

Explore the 2013 Public Art project: Working Together, Creating Change
LWW Public Art Booklet

Pieces from the 2013 Lowell Women's Week Public Art Project

Pieces from the 2013 Lowell Women’s Week Public Art Project