"Ruth Society for Disability Service's Slow Soaring Angels Art Exhibition"
The Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation sponsored the art therapy program at Ruth Society for Disability Service this year, helping the students to heal their minds and bodies through art creation, while also building their self-confidence and enhancing their sense of self-worth. Upon completion of the program, the foundation collaborated with the school to hold an exhibition of the students' artistic achievements, inviting both the families of the students and the general public to witness and appreciate the splendid results of the students' efforts during the course.
The exhibition featured a diverse range of artworks, including frameless prints, fluid paintings, torn paper creations, harmonious pastel paintings, and creative clay works. Each piece was a unique expression of the students' free creativity from their distinctive perspectives and emotions, aiming to guide the audience into their inner world.
Chairman Wu Jingming of the Chang Yung-Fa Charity Foundation personally attended the event to encourage the students. He mentioned that through art therapy, the creativity, expressive abilities, and emotional expression of people with disabilities can be inspired. Witnessing each student demonstrate their creative learning abilities was truly astonishing. Each artwork was one of a kind, and he hoped that more people would see the unique colors of their creations.
Mr. Qiu Jiahui, the CEO of Ruth Society for Disability Service, expressed that through art therapy and the exhibition, they hope to promote a better understanding of the physically and mentally challenged community in society. Simultaneously, they aim to showcase their potential and talent, using the power of art to overturn the stereotypical impressions held by the outside world.