A group art therapy approach that provides a contained, non-threatening environment for participants to work together in a visual dialogue with their shared community, by creating art in the streets. The art works can include graffiti and mural elements, while expanding the diversity of techniques, materials, and space  

(ex. wheat pastings, yarn bombing, sculpture, installation, projection, moss paint, guerrilla gardening)

For more information on Street Art Therapy, check out my Master's Research Paper: An intergenerational Street Art Therapy Intervention to Foster Place Attachment 


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