Can art really better the community? Project for Public Spaces says yes! "Civic institutions, like museums, public galleries, community art organizations, performing art institutions, arts councils and public arts organizations have a rare opportunity to lead significant change by engaging specific groups to help devise and carry out creative community-building neighborhood programs. But it needn’t always be the institution that takes action. The selected stories shown below offer inspiring examples of how individual artists can also make a difference."
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