Wind Telephone Itaru Sasaki, 2011. Otsuchi, Japan. A man visits 'Kaze-no-Denwa', or wind telephone, where people visit to deliver messages to loved ones ahead of the 8th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 10, 2019 in Otsuchi, Iwate, Japan.

Wind Telephone

An unconnected rotary phone provides a place of solace to speak with lost loved ones | Itaru Sasaki, Ōtsuchi, Japan.

Sharing Community Stories

Installation facilitates storytelling at historic gathering place | Destiny Swiderski, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

How artists help communities heal after disasters

After disasters, artists are ready to play an official role in relief and recovery | Global

A Serene, Healing Space

The Healing Pavilion was designed to calm and console hospital visitors | Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles

Creating artful sanctuary through healing gardens

An artist reflects on creating healing spaces | Topher Delaney

Inventive play space inspires exercise

A Puckelboll field inspires a community | Johan Strom, Malmo, Sweden

The Lunar Cycle

Origami interventions comment on humanity and sustainability | Mademoiselle Maurice, Paris & Corsica

Strengthen Community Health by Inviting Interaction and Introspection

Strengthening a community's mental health | Candy Chang, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Integrating Art in Institutional Settings

Five hospitals integrate art to advance understanding of healing | Maryland, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, California

Building Healthy Cities

Artists, developers, and urban planners collaborate on better cities | Chattanooga, Tennessee; Portland, Oregon; Saint Paul, Minnesota