Recyclable Art Sculpture by Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Students
Theme: The Vanishing Marine Creatures
This collection of sculptures is based on the theme ‘The Vanishing Marine Creatures’ to provide awareness on plastic pollution. According to research done by World Wide Fund for nature, a staggering amount of plastic waste pollutes the homes of the sea creatures. Plastic garbage in particular is often mistaken for food by marine animals which eventually lead to their death. Hence, the sculptures which are made of recyclable materials serve as a reminder to the society to consume less plastic products.
The above Theme was a brain child of MIA
Ms Frennie Boey
Executive, Marketing & Communications
and her below team members :
Akhmal Bin Wady, Cheah Li Li, Chin Shu Yi, Choong Yin Foong, Hing Fong Sun, Loh Chia Min, Maryam Maisarah Binti Ahmad Taufek, Lam Sue Chin, Sia Shye Y’ng, Tiffany Chong Sau Fun, Sow Bi Qi, Tee Kai Hang, Toh Wan Lin, Yong Hui Lin. Samuel Tee Zher Kiat, Chua Hui Qin, Goh Tze May, Cheong Jing Ju, Lee Darrius, Goh Jenn Kang, Sze To Joe Hun.
Mr Liu Cheng Hua & Ms Kee Hooi San
Thanam Industry Sdn Bhd took part in creating awareness on the @polluting sea” and “The Vanishing Marine Creatures”, offered all of the required recycle plastic to help the Malaysia Institute of Arts (MIA) to help this event a successful.