At ‘Designing Peace,’ museum asks how art can build and sustain peace 

The World

With the war in Ukraine, school shootings and Jan. 6 hearings, it’s hard to imagine a better time for “Designing Peace” at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York. The museum has selected projects from 25 countries to highlight how design can address the root causes of conflict. The World’s Sarah Birnbaum reports.

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