1. Fascinating ways to spur comfortable ways for people to engage, especially outdoors Ben. Thanks… i wrote about that power of public “sculpture” and settings that move us to play too“sculpture”-that-move-us-to-play-or-cry/

  2. Thanks Kare. Nice post you did around the Chicago examples. Diverse and fascinating, too, and definitely on a grander scale. It would be a stretch to think of much of the Oak Bay public art as a tourist magnet. It all feels low-key; almost incidental.

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