TOGETHER WE BELONG:
The Unifying Power Of Art

10.7.24 – Teya Pichsinee, Maria Plexida

Do you believe art can unite people?

Art, as Wikipedia defines it, includes a diverse range of human activities and their resulting products. From painting and sculpture to dance, music, and film, art is a universal language.

Art is created by humans, for humans. No matter who you are, you can engage in any form of art. Today, you can find art galleries, workshops, museums, and even cafés that offer group art activities. These spaces bring people together, surpassing race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and disability. Can you imagine the powerful unity art can promote among people of diverse cultural and social backgrounds?

Moreover, art can improve mental health. Engaging in any form of art—whether it’s music, dance, painting, or drawing— can enhance your mental well-being.

Have you ever used art to heal yourself?

Last winter, I experienced depression. Art became my refuge. Drawing, in particular, helped me feel relaxed and focused. It calmed me, turning drawing into a form of meditation that brought relaxation, concentration, and joy.

Art’s healing power is profound, especially for those dealing with depression, anxiety, or stress. Many people use art in various forms to improve their mental health. Music, dance, and other creative activities offer therapeutic benefits.

What forms of art have you found helpful?

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Creating art with others can increase this joy. Participating in a group—big or small—adds another layer of enjoyment and connection. This is why communities focus around creative activities today. They unite people with shared interests and passions.

One such community is Wellbeing for Everyone in BerlinOur mission is to connect people through vibrant community spaces using art, music, and movement. We welcome everyone, regardless of race, culture, or artistic experience. In Wellbeing for Everyone, you can feel comfortable, relaxed, and joyful. Together, we create a space where everyone belongs. Join us, and you’ll find a smile on your face, just like I did, because:

Design sans titre (3)

Creating art with others can increase this joy. Participating in a group—big or small—adds another layer of enjoyment and connection. This is why communities focus around creative activities today. They unite people with shared interests and passions.

One such community is Wellbeing for Everyone in BerlinOur mission is to connect people through vibrant community spaces using art, music, and movement. We welcome everyone, regardless of race, culture, or artistic experience. In Wellbeing for Everyone, you can feel comfortable, relaxed, and joyful. Together, we create a space where everyone belongs. Join us, and you’ll find a smile on your face, just like I did, because:

“Together we belong!”

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