From city walls to hospitals, from public parks to disaster relief centers, artists work alongside urban planners, architects, and community organizations to make our shared spaces healthier for body and mind.
A Puckelboll field inspires a community | Johan Strom, Malmo, Sweden
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Strengthening a community's mental health | Candy Chang, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Five hospitals integrate art to advance understanding of healing | Maryland, Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, California
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