• Katherine Hasegawa

Demonstration at the Sustainable Art Prize (SAP)

The Sustainability Art Prize is an annual competition run by the Cambridge School of Art and the Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) at Anglia Ruskin University.

I was invited to wear the dress in the private view of the SAP exhibition, which I gladly accepted. It was fascinating to meet people making great efforts for a more sustainable world while representing it through art. It was, indeed, a wonderful occasion and very connected with the project that I recently decided to embark on. There were many interesting pieces of art exhibited and made by students, whose intentions demonstrated in a creative way that to achieve sustainability, all that is needed is determination, passion and compassion.

This invitation was the result of approaching the ARU’ School of Art looking for students volunteer to help me to make a “Craft Workshop” with surplus banknotes that I was holding and happily to give away in order to encourage some of the Art students to use them and make a really inspiring work of art.

Are you interested to make money-art? Contact us today!


Follow Us on Instagram:

Find Us On
  • gmail
  • Instagram

©2023 by Ideas for Venezuela.
Proudly created with Wix.com

  • gmail
  • Instagram