Bouncy House Time Machine | Exhibit

Date: September 14, 2022 - October 6, 2022 at Opening Reception September 15th 6-10pm

Presented By: Doménica Dillon

Feel like a kid again...

September 14th to October 6th
​Opening reception: Thurs Sept 15th 6-10pm​

The exhibit is free to view at the Worcester PopUp for its entire duration. Artists and the public are invited to the free opening reception, where there will be sweets, a cash bar, music, photo ops, and of course -- a BOUNCY HOUSE! Adults are welcome to enjoy the bouncy house in the BrickBox theater without shoes, so socks are advised.

BHTM is friendly to all ages but targets the experiences of adults. Any and all people wanting to share childlike happiness with each other are encouraged and welcome to share in this exhibit.

So much of what our community has experienced over the past few years has left adults with a need to grieve, be angry, be scared, and grow up in ways we never expected. It has also left us with a need to find joy in silly accidents, laugh like kids do, and view some days through the eyes of a child.

In this exhibit, artists are encouraged and even challenged to think and create like kids again. We will transform the PopUp into a happy place for one’s inner child, and encourage adults to let their worries go while in that space. I hope that our community can have a brief respite from “adulting” in this era when they experience Bouncy House Time Machine.

Whether you think of finding bugs and cool rocks on a walk, the smell of sunscreen at summer camp, or silly playground scrapes, your memories and your joy are welcome. Allow yourself to view life and art with cheer, innocence, and wide-eyed curiosity. This exhibit is open to anyone wanting to feel like a kid again, through art of their own and as admirers of others’.

Learn more HERE/ or contact the curator and PopUp Manager, Doménica Dillon.


This program is supported in part by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, click here.
Click here to learn more about the Worcester Arts Council.
Bouncy House Time Machine is also supported in part by The Downtown Worcester Business Improvement District. To learn more about this non-profit organization, visit their website.



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