Everybody has the inborn right to appreciate and create art. The focus should be on the power of the artworks and not on the intelligence or the physical abilities of the creators.view details
Who said that eating looks can not be the theme for refined art pieces? This exhibition showcases a group of unconventional oldie buddies who painted their own eating looks: so good looking and so much fun.view details
Wednesday, afternoon, sedimentation of time.
Every Wednesday, each one has one’s own favorite way, which may be rolling balls, or kneading sticks or pounding plates.
i-dArt Tour 2013 gathers numbers of art and welfare organizations to promote alternative art forms, in order to give another layer of meaning to art and encourage our community to take better concern on people with different abilities.view details
“Wrap Walker” is an activity through which to wrap and to beautify the rehab aid like folding walkers, wheelchairs and walking sticks etc, we invite community to break the coolness by “wrap”, this action.view details
It is a diversified world with commonalities.
During these 6 months, a group of friends break through the ‘give’ and ‘take’ relationship among ‘volunteers’ and ‘service users’.
Remember your first time piling sand on the beach?
Gripping sand in your hands, with big、small buckets, built up every kind of castles, monsters, planes….
Hands were stained with sand, felt so free…
SAORI weavers, being visually impaired, demented or physically disabled, have made tremendous efforts in overcoming their impediments to create and weave their own SAORI designs.view details