In a rapidly changing economy — where many people are left out of the workforce — cities are looking to both solve urban problems and create jobs. Here you’ll find examples of how artists and governments are doing both.
Tracking the impact of the 1970s federal program that employed artists | U.S.
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Cart makeover raises visibility of garbage collectors | São Paulo, Brazil
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