LYDIA STEIN

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First HousEART mural: 
artwork on a vacant home, 2009
Bernon Street, Providence, RI
sponsored by the Smith Hill Community Development Corporation
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Keep Woonsocket Beautiful, Teen Mural Project, 2009

Main Street, Woonsocket, RI

sponsored by Riverzedge Arts Project and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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Superhero mural in children’s bathroom, 2008

Princeton, MA

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The Cowboy’s Kitchen, collaboration with Kate Sanders-Fleming, 2007

Wild Willy’s Burger’s, West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA

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We Love New Bedford, Teen Mural Project, 2007

Bank of America Parking Lot, Elm and Purchase Streets, New Bedford, MA

sponsored by ArtWorks! and the Island Foundation

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Sistene Chapel, 2004

ceiling of seasonal dwelling, Glover, VT

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Spring and Summer, Community Mural Project, 2001

six-inch squares painted by children and adults, hinged to create transforming image

Children’s Literature section, Public Library, Worcester, MA

Earth Day project sponsored by the Regional Environmental Council

Because We Love the Earth, Community Mural Project, 2000

Richards Street Community Garden, Worcester, MA

Earth Day project sponsored by the Regional Environmental Council and the Dismas House of Greater Worcester

Orguillosos de Ser Quienes Somos, 2000

Hiatt Too bilingual magnet school, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by the Hiatt and Hiatt Too Magnet Schools

We Can Do It, 1999

YWCA playground, Green Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by the YWCA of Greater Worcester

Teach Peace, collaboration with Natalie DelPeche, 1999

YMCA parking lot, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by the YMCA of Greater Worcester and the Massachusetts Cultural Council

Oxygen, 1999

Tropical Plaza, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by the Massachusetts Cultural Council

Let’s Work Together, (along with Todos Diferentes, Todos Iguales), collaboration with 9 international volunteers, 1998

PIP Shelter, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by the PIP Shelter and Volunteers For Peace

La Abundancia, collaboration with 6 international volunteers, 1997

Santiago’s Plaza, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by Eddie Santiago and Volunteers For Peace


Más Allá de la Ciudad, collaboration with neighborhood youth, 1997

Santiago’s Plaza, Main Street, Worcester, MA

sponsored by Eddie Santiago


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Peace on Earth, HousEART 2010
63 Kossuth Street, Providence, RI
sponsored by the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts, the City of Providence Department of Arts, Culture, and Tourism, & Olneyville Housing
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Here We Come, Thousands Strong, 2010

UMASS Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA

sponsored by the Arnold M. Dubin Labor Education Center, UMASS Dartmouth

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Slaying the Chaos Monster
HousEART 2011
7 Parkis Ave, Providence, RI
sponsored by the Rhode Island 
State Council for the Arts & AS220
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Save the Wetlands
Booty’s bathroom, 800 Louisa Street, New Orleans, LA
sponsored by Booty’s and The Wetlands Art Tour 
2014, 2015
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Keep Your Dream Alive

CommunityWorks RI teen mural project, 2011

Broad Street, Providence, RI

sponsored by CommunityWorks RI