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Could the U.S. President’s annual address be reconfigured as a playful, reflective and connective civic ritual? Here’s how.
Public art in Detroit builds safer, stronger neighborhoods
Forget your ideas about giant sculptures on museum lawns. In Detroit, public art is an essential part of community life.
Wise fools for love? Arts activism and social transformation
The arts can inspire and equip people to use their power and creativity to stand against injustice.