art made by real people and for the people
- art that requires human interaction to complete the piece.
- art that involves the community in its creation, presentation and display.
- art that can be experienced in more ways that visually.
- art that prompts people to interact with one another and communicate by drawing together or just opening to each other in a non-judgmental space.
- art that responds to the participants and to its environment.
- art that causes people to reflect on themselves free from criticism.
- art that challenges the traditional perspective on art.
- art that belongs to the public and exists for the benefit of all.
- art that can help in the processes of deep transformation.