Launching in Vancouver in September 2013, “Replay” is a project dedicated to further spread the awareness of the capability of recycling and reemploying the material of expanded polystyrene (EPS).
The interactive public art project, SenTrix, is a concept imagined by five high-school students regarding six senses—sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch and consciousness.
Founded in 2013, Art Hope Foundation serves to promote the value of charity in the form of art and design. We utilize the form of art as a medium to raise funds for children, education, and health-related charities. Some of the main activities include art auction, public interactive art, as well as many charitable fundraising. Not only do we value charity events, but we also try to encourage and inspire other high school students to participate in various public activities by offering volunteering opportunities. We try to explore and further develop students’ abstract ideas in the field of art and design through weekly group discussions... (Read More)