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Creating Change

What does it mean to garden?

Through interviews, research and stories, we dig into the meaning of gardening, as considered by artists and activists engaging with the practice. Gardening can be a tool for self care, social change, ecological renewal, and so much more.

Change: About

To Lie Fallow

We must rest to grow a gif of the letters from 1 being surrounded by orange flowers on a soil background To lie fallow: 1. Of soil, to...

A Score for New Growth

Now a year and a half later, we are continuing to face the pressures, fears and anxieties of a global pandemic. Despite reopening stores...

Welcoming our complexity

Maria Molteni (they/she) on realizing creative expression and self-realization for young artists By Karol and Alex, 2020 Urbano Youth...

Art Has More Than One Face

A conversation with Steph Benenson by Axel Gonzalez, Miguel and Ruby; Youth Artists with the Urbano Project This blog was supported by an...

Rooted in Love

A conversation with Seitu Jones by Mina B; a Youth Artist with the Urbano Project This blog was supported by an Artist Residency at the...

Roxbury’s Sunflowers

Ekua Holmes shares her experiences growing sunflowers to celebrate Boston’s vibrant community of Roxbury “I notice that it is only when...

Creating the CoVictory Gardens Logo

The heart of this project is strengthening our sense of connection to each other, despite the distance and separation many of us feel right

Why "CoVictory"?

This project was started in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with the recognition that this pandemic will likely have a rippling...

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