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For the month of September during the public display portion of this art campaign, view the 25 No Place Like Home houses in 25 locations throughout Central Virginia at these community partner sites:

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ACADEMY CEnter of the arts

600 Main Street | Warehouse Theatre Lobby

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Lynchburg Public Library

Downtown & Memorial Avenue Branches

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Amazement square

27 9th Street

Bank of the james

Main Street & Forest Road Branches

MiLLER center

301 Grove Street

bowen jewelry company

829 Main Street

movement mortgage - luper team

20566 Timberlake Road | Event Sponsor

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Foster fuels

Forest Road Branch | Event Sponsor

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pearson cancer center

1701 Thomson Drive

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*This location is for viewing by employees only

Randolph college

1 Quinlan Street | Maier Museum of Art

james river yoga studio

311 Rivermont Avenue

schewels Home

7007 Timberlake Road

LYH Airport

350 Terminal Drive | Baggage Claim Area

the virginian hotel

712 Church Street

lynchburg city hall

900 Church Street | Main Lobby

university of lynchburg

1501 Lakeside Drive | Office of Community Involvement, Drysdale

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lynchburg community market

1219 Main Street | Center Vendor Booth

virginia baptist hospital

3300 Rivermont Avenue

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Lynchburg General Hospital

1901 Tate Springs Road

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ymca of central virginia

Downtown & Wyndhurst Locations

No place like home public art campaign

At Miriam’s House, we believe in the power of a home to provide safety, security, and a new start for those experiencing homelessness. In celebration of Miriam’s House’s 25th anniversary and the 2,500 lives changed through our work, we are thrilled to announce the No Place Like Home art campaign.

25 local artists were given the opportunity to design, paint, or decorate a small wooden doll house in honor of our work to move homeless individuals and families into homes. Artists were asked to respond to the prompt, “What does home mean to you?”


This collaborative public art campaign is presented in partnership with Riverviews Artspace as they believe art should be used to create awareness and prompt change in the local community.

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