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Bringing people with an entrepreneurial and creative spirt together is our purpose at Provident1898. One of the ways we do this is by hosting frequent events for people in our community here in Durham, North Carolina that get people together for connection, inspiration, and a good time. Check this page regularly for updates and information about our upcoming events. We look forward to you joining us and our community!

Claire Alexandre – Of Soil and Sky – July 24, 2021

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About the Exhibition

Of Soil and Sky is a collection of passed-down memories that share the wandering reflections of my existence as a Diaspora child on unceded Indigenous and AfroCarolina land. Housed in the depths of 21c Museum Hotel Durham and NC Mutual Life Insurance’s Provident 1898, these vibrant depictions of ancestors, friends, and mentors become intertwined with the buildings’ cultural foundations and that of the larger landscape of what we call North Carolina. Part mythology for this moment and part ecological guide, the mixed-media offerings honor the powerful entities and energies that have repeatedly created sanctuary for my people and me, not only throughout time, but into futurity.

This exhibition is co-organized and presented by 21c Museum Hotel Durham, The Understudy, Provident 1898, and Mavis Gragg.

Join us outside on the terrace at the historic NC Mutual building for an evening of food, drinks, networking, and music.

, Provident1898

About this event

Join host Justin Minott on Tuesday, July 27th for the next event in the “Pull-Up at Provident1898” series:

“Business Family Reunion”

We rise together. This Pull-Up at Provident1898 event includes networking with other leaders from Durham (and beyond), a live DJ, great food, and delicious cocktails, ALL included with your ticket.

We’ll be outside on the terrace at the historic NC Mutual Tower, weather permitting. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, we’ll be indoors in our co-working space.

*NOTE: Masks are encouraged.

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