Art Therapy should be relevant to life where it happens—becoming an intervening event and a beacon of possibilities. Composing art from the materials of life and within environments of encounter. Being moved to cultivate surroundings that are both disruptive and restorative, as an antidote to disillusionment and indifference. This is a presentation about art therapy getting out more. Becoming more public and extending the profession's repertoire of actions. Art therapy can contribute to environments and generate habitats where people spend time together in distinctive ways. The outdoor studio is a place where anything can happen.