Public art deserves support, especially on former I-195 land

In 1980, Providence passed an ordinance creating a public art program. Thanks to that forward-thinking action, art dots the landscape throughout the city, validating the claim of being the Ocean State’s “Creative Capital.” … Well, not really. You see, the program was never activated. As a result, the display of public art has been a…

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