The My Hometown Project provides public space to display the creative expressions of students whose work has been selected to represent their schools. We see these acts of expression as helping to form a picture of life in Oswego. Our goal in displaying the work is to showcase our town as a vibrant and creative community. Through this action, we hope it empowers students to continue using visual art to tell their stories and create sites of public memory.


This project aims to build a collaborative relationship between SUNY Oswego and the Oswego City Schools that supports the creation of artwork that uses public space to create public voice and consciousness. We want students to feel their work has transformative powers that can change the community through positive action.


Sponsors & Supporters

This project is made possible with support from the Cornelius & Eleanor Borman Family Foundation, Ann & Gene Carlone Fund, the Department of Art & Design at SUNY Oswego, Tyler Art Gallery, School of Communication of Media and the Arts, the City of Oswego, the Oswego City School District, and Trinity Catholic School.