Providence, Rhode Island
A special forum and multi-sited exhibition developed in tandem with The Year of the City: The Providence Project
ReSeeding invites multi-generational artists, academics, designers, urban planners, botanists, mycologists, and herbalists—drawing from indigenous, cross-cultural and Western knowledge traditions—to exchange perspectives on the entwined lives of humans, plants, and other life forms in the urban spaces of Providence and New England.
A Forum on Saturday, October 26 Stephen Robert ‘62 Hall, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University (Corner of Brook and Charlesfield Streets, Atrium level)
Exhibition Reception following on October 26, Rhode Island State House (Library and Lower Level)
Core Exhibition—October 25 - November 27, 2019 (State House Lower Level)
Additional Exhibition—Providence ¡CityArts! for Youth, 891 Broad Street, a community-based exhibition to result from plant fiber papermaking led and inspired by artist May Babcock.
Image: Leslie Bostrom, RYBPOG Rain, 2013