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Collaborations

  • My HomeCourt: Lois Harada
    September 20, 2022–
    Ongoing
    Davis Park, Providence, RI
    In September 2022, non-profit My HomeCourt [MHC] and Providence College Galleries [PCG], in collaboration with Providence Parks, will unveil a newly revitalized basketball court at Davis Park in the Smith Hill neighborhood of Providence. The court will feature a large-scale mural by renowned local artist Lois Harada.
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  • Interlace Project Grants
    September 7, 2022–
    May 7, 2023
    For visual artists living in 10-mile radius of Providence, Rhode Island
    Interlace Project Grants provide up to $6,000 to develop and present visual art projects that prioritize visual art, collaboration, and engagement.
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  • My HomeCourt: Andrea Bergart
    September 17, 2020–
    Ongoing
    120 Cranston Street Court, Providence, RI
    In September 2020, non-profit My HomeCourt [MHC] and Providence College Galleries [PCG], in collaboration with Providence Parks, unveiled a newly constructed outdoor public basketball court at Cranston Street Park on the city’s West side. The basketball court features a court mural by renowned artist Andrea Bergart.
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  • My Homecourt: Joiri Minaya & Jordan Seaberry
    October 16, 2019–
    Ongoing
    Omar Polanco Basketball Court at Harriet & Sayles Park, Providence, RI 02905
    On October 10th, 2019 Providence College Galleries [PCG] and newly launched non-profit My HomeCourt [MHC], in collaboration with Providence Parks, will unveil extraordinary new court murals at the Omar Polanco Basketball Court in Harriet & Sayles Park, Providence, RI.
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  • My HomeCourt: Jim Drain
    October 14, 2018–
    Ongoing
    Fargnoli Park: 945 Smith St, Providence, Rhode Island
    On October 14th, Providence College Galleries (PCG) and the My HomeCourt initiative unveil Providence artist Jim Drain’s extraordinary floor mural on the basketball courts of Fargnoli Park in the Elmhurst neighborhood of Providence.
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