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The Mashapaug Project

Mashapaug Pond, Yoyatche Mehquantash – Always Remember by Loren Spears.  Used with permission of the photographer.

Continuing our celebration of the release of 40.1, today we’re excited to share a conversation between managing editor Troy Reeves and contributors Anne Valk and Holly Ewald. Valk and Ewald are the authors of, “Bringing a Hidden Pond to Public Attention: Increasing Impact through Digital Tools,” which describes the origins and methods of the Mashapaug Project, a collaborative community arts and oral history project on a pond in Providence, Rhode Island. Through the course of their conversation with Troy, Valk, and Ewald demonstrate how we may push the definition and impact of oral history work.

Those interested in public art and public humanities should also be sure to give this a listen!

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