Number of Libraries Championing Music Continues to Grow
Over on our Case Studies page, we are seeing a growing number of music-championing libraries including Scenic Regional Library, Bethlehem Public Library, Clinton Macomb Library and Oil City Library.
Many libraries across the US and the world have begun to bring musical gardens into the outdoor spaces of their public libraries and are reaping the benefits of these investments. Due to the profound and proven impact of musical play—and especially outdoor musical play—on mental health, creativity, language and literacy, developing intelligence, as a tool for intergenerational connection, and more, the incorporation of music and designated musical spaces in libraries is, and continues to be, a hugely significant venture in the pursuit of inclusivity, creativity, and innovation in these essential public institutions.
Our latest white paper, 'Creativity is the New Literacy', explores the benefits of music being used within library settings.
We are committed to providing quality content on our website, including a growing series of relevant and insightful White Papers. We intend for these white papers to highlight and support a greater understanding of the many benefits of music being made available to communities in the outdoor spaces we all share.