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Exhibition Notes, Number 11, Summer 2000. On getting acquainted with a community and making art in strange places: An Interview. Between March and June 2000, Rebecca Belmore was the Art ConText artist-in-residence at the Providence Public Library’s Smith Hill Branch. She participated in the transformation of an empty lot behind the library; worked with a group of immigrants in a library literacy program; and engaged students at the nearby Camden Avenue Elementary School; all while creating the artwork that now dominates the Museum’s Farago Entry Gallery. Following are her thoughts on questions posed by David Henry, Head of Education, The RISD Museum.

Publication Date

Summer 10-15-2000

Document Type

Journal

Publisher

Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

City

Providence, Rhode Island

Keywords

RISD Museum; Providence Public Library; Art ConText; David Henry; Rebecca Belmore

Disciplines

Art and Design

Comments

The sixth Art ConText project.

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Art ConText: On This Ground: An Installation by Rebecca Belmore

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