Some of our workshops include 3D Pen Art, Resin Jewellery, Dancing with Emotions, Wool Painting, Finger Puppets and Mini Teddy Bear Making.
We also offer these workshops for birthday parties, bridal shower and any special events. Please feel free to contact: email@example.com or 416-457-4817.
The Trail of Hope Project project, where community members collaborate with artists to share life stories of the past with the hope for the future. By using innovative art tools 3D printing pens, participants will create plastic tiles representing hope and unity. The tiles will later be assembled together on a massive steel structure shaped like a trail, and the sides of the structure will be covered with hopeful images/stories for people to enjoy, learn and share.
NS4U in collaboration with art therapists, psychologist, emergency first aid responders organizing nationwide movement of collecting/donating and delivering a special ARTs Aid emergency Kits for children surviving from: nature disaster, car accidents, sexual harassment, family abuse, bullying etc.
We’re bringing together art and technology for good in our new The ART of VR series!
Lose yourself in a series of interactive experiences using the latest VR technology to create your own virtual masterpiece, view art through the lens of virtual reality, transport yourself into different worlds and share your experience with your friends.
Working with a range of organizations, community groups and partners, we bring 3D Printing Pens as a unique tool for getting your ideas become a reality to reduce stress and enhance self confident.
“Dance puts you into another world; a cloudy heavenly world where you are floating. Where you’re forgetting the past, present and future, and just enjoying the the moment.”
Inclusive Dance participant
…”Albert Widjaja came to a public session with his family for the second time this week. He loved 3D printing so much he took time off work to take part.
“It clears your mind. You can be creative,” he said. He was working on an image of a girl tapping a tree for maple syrup.”…