Veggies, Not Art


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Veggies, Not Art

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News story published by WBUR about the use of the Institute of Contemporary Art's Watershed as a food distribution site for families struggling with food insecurity. The story outlines the organizations that the ICA partnered with, and how the space is being utilized. As museums are no longer able to use their space to welcome visitors, some have sought to build on their community partnerships and use these facilities to benefit communities that are facing the economic and health effects of the CoVid-19 pandemic.
GREATER BOSTON, art, public art, East Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art, ICA, watershed, food insecurity, social services, museums, community partnerships

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This item was submitted on July 6, 2020 by Alex Bice using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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