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Pittsburgh’s public hand-washing stations combine health and art

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Pittsburgh's public hand-washing stations combine health and art

You’ve probably upped your hand-washing game this past year, but it doesn’t have to stop after you leave your home.

Hand-washing stations on Pittsburgh’s North Shore are available for public use as the first project of Pittsburgh Creative Corps, a collaboration between Riverlife and the Office of Public Art, which is part of a COVID-19 response initiative.

These stations are not only functional, but works of art. Three illustrators and comic artists were selected to add some visual storytelling to the hand-washing kiosks. The combination of engaging artistry and community health resources is creating stand-out amenities along the Allegheny River.

– Emily Sjoberg, WordWrite

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