Canstruction RI to benefit R.I. Community Food Bank

Kristine Christensen, left, and Pierson Booher, both employees of Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects of Providence, build the indoor seawall for the sculpture “Turning the Tides On Hunger” with their teammates. The event March 12 involved six teams and took place at the Providence Place Skybridge Concourse during Canstruction Build Day to collect canned food for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
Kristine Christensen, left, and Pierson Booher, both employees of Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Architects of Providence, build the indoor seawall for the sculpture “Turning the Tides On Hunger” with their teammates. The event March 12 involved six teams and took place at the Providence Place Skybridge Concourse during Canstruction Build Day to collect canned food for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
PROVIDENCE – Six Canstruction RI sculptures, created by teams of architects, engineers and contractors with nearly 30,000 pounds of canned food, are on exhibit along the Providence Place Skybridge Concourse through March 25 – part of an effort to address food insecurity in Rhode Island. Visitors can see favorite characters like R2D2 and BB8 from…

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