Five leading artists and creative collectives in Latin America and the Caribbean have been specially commissioned to produce new works to be premiered online during the Summit on April 22 and 23. These five works follow the metaphor that the Summit’s curators have devised in relation to the overall theme of healing a broken world—the pandemic era we are all experiencing profoundly as we look toward beneficial changes that countries and the cultural producers within them can make in response to our altered world. Artists have the special gift of highlighting and imaginatively addressing society’s most challenging issues, and the works premiered at the Summit—which range metaphorically from cleaning a wound to removing the bandage once the wound is healed—powerfully visualize some of these issues. In a sense, they perform acts of healing through both symbolic and explicit articulations of the problems we continue facing and the possibilities of creative solutions. These special commissions offer a counterpoint of artistic visions that complement the powerful ideas expressed in the Summit’s panel discussions and keynote speech.