Supporting Pawtucket by Jennifer Boyle Hebda



The Supporting Pawtucket mural (42' x 10') is intended to inspire anyone coming and going from this historic site to “Support, Honor, Respect and Inspire” the community in which we live, teach, work and invest. The location is the future home of Shri Yoga Studio, which currently serves more than 8,500 residents every year with yoga outreach and wellness programs. After the fires and during COVID-19, this project was imperative to bring some artistic light to a neighborhood in need of great revitalization work, and this mural will support the future construction of the site setting a positive tone for the neighborhood with a call to engage within it.

The mural was publicly unveiled during opening night ceremonies of the 2020 Pawtucket Arts Festival celebrating many of the values the Festival stands for including civic engagement and skillful action.

Jennifer Boyle-Hebda is a designer, a maker, and a producer. Drawing on immersive work experiences, her specialties focus on retail, workplace and community branding. She develops brand strategy and identity design for diverse fields with expertise in consumer products, healthcare, manufacturing, music and retail.

She received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Graphic Design from The American University in Washington, DC. and a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI.

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