Street Art Festival for Social Change
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Street Art Festival for Social Change

The city of Yogyakarta in Indonesia is hosting a Street Art Festival where sculptures blend creativity and playfulness with messages of social and environmental awareness.
Logic and facts are some ways to induce change in people’s behavior - but art can speak straight to the heart, and perhaps bring about changes in more profound ways, Yourstory.com reported.
During times of alarming climate change and urban pollution, activists and social entrepreneurs are coming up with remarkably creative ways to bring about transformation – as the street sculptures in Yogyakarta beautifully illustrate.


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