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March 20, 2018

YouFab Hong Kong // Imagination Manifests

Kelsie Stewart

FabCafe CCO

Hong Kong

YouFab Selected Works Exhibition – Imagination Manifests

Debuting in Hong Kong for the first time, Youth Square in collaboration with Loftwork, presents the YouFab selected works exhibition, Imagination Manifests. In this exhibition, we have selected a special collection of works from all the winners and finalists of the YouFab Global Creative Awards, since its inception in 2012. With over 1,000 submissions from more than 30 countries around the world, these exhibited works exemplify that our ability to empower our own future is limited not by access to knowledge or technology, but only by our imagination.

With this theme in mind, the exhibits will be featured in three themed zones, “Machine”, “Prototype” and “Social”. Some of the works will be interactive and there will even be a free Virtual Reality Workshop using the user-friendly program, Styly, where you can build your own ultra experience!

The purpose of the YouFab Global Creative Awards is to celebrate excellence in innovation and to recognize exceptional students and professionals who are able to create innovative works which challenge the norms. These works have the potential to shape our future for the better. Don’t miss your chance to see this carefully curated collection!

YouFab Exhibition – Imagination Manifests
Exhibition Period: From April 4 (Wed) to April 12 (Thur), 2018
Opening hours: April 4-11, 10:00 – 22:00; April 12, 10:00 – 15:00
Location: Y Studio, 2/F, Youth Square

Exhibited 18 Works

Regenerative Reliquary
By Amy Karle (United States)

Biological Tailor-Made: 2.5 Dimensional Fashion Pattern Cutting
By Kazuya Kawasaki (Japan)

The Third Thumb
By Dani Clode (United Kingdom)

360 Degree Book
By Yusuke Oono (Japan)

AMIMONO
By FREE-D (Japan)

READY TO CRAWL
By Hiroshi Sugihara (Japan)

OTON GLASS
By OTON GLASS Inc. (Japan)

Vase to Pray -8.9Nagasaki-
By Vase to Pray Project (Japan)

Hydraulic Robot Claw DIY Kit
Bu VIVITA, Inc. (Japan)

Knit the town
By Asuka Miyata (Japan)

type-Unicorn
By More than human (Japan)

Frisbee-3Dmodeling-3Dprinter Educational Program
By Takashi Terada (Japan)

Plotter Drawing
Bu Hiromasa Fukaji (Japan)

MESH : Smart DIY platform
By MESH Project (Japan)

AgIC print – Silver-based Inkjet Circuit Printing and Instant Prototyping
By Elephantech Inc. (Japan)

ChainFORM
By Ken Nakagaki, Artem Dementyev (United States)

laser dye
By Shih Wei-Chieh (Taiwan)

VOLLY – Your voice in rolling ball
By VOLLY project (Japan)

YouFab Creative Workshop: Design Your Ultra Experience with VR


Virtual reality (VR) is technology that can provide a sensation or feeling of presence that is extremely realistic but not reality. At the “Design Your Ultra Experience with VR” workshop on April 7th and 8th, you will build your own original VR contents and experience using STYLY. There are no limitations in the world of VR. Get inspired and challenge your imagination by creating your own VR space!

Date and time:
2018/4/7   Class A : 10:30 – 13:00   Class B : 14:00 – 16:30
2018/4/8   Class C : 10:30 – 13:00    Class D : 14:00 – 16:30

For more details, check out http://www.youthsquare.hk/eng/hot-news/276/

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  • Kelsie Stewart

    FabCafe CCO

    Born in the United States, graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology (2009) and a Masters of Arts in Religion (2015). Kelsie has been in the specialty coffee world as a barista and espresso trainer since 2008 and was introduced to FabCafe as an espresso trainer through coffee friends shortly after FabCafe’s opening in 2012. She joined Loftwork and FabCafe in 2017.

    Kelsie oversees the FabCafe Global network. In FabCafes across Asia, Europe and America, Kelsie strategizes and aligns Fab synergies to empower everyone to take the initiative to make and share their ideas with local and global communities. Kelsie is also the Tokyo organizer for the Global Goals Jam (GGJ), a two-day designathon and community which aims to create short term solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals. Kelsie has organized sustainability and design thinking workshops in Tokyo, Bangkok and Hong Kong.

    Born in the United States, graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology (2009) and a Masters of Arts in Religion (2015). Kelsie has been in the specialty coffee world as a barista and espresso trainer since 2008 and was introduced to FabCafe as an espresso trainer through coffee friends shortly after FabCafe’s opening in 2012. She joined Loftwork and FabCafe in 2017.

    Kelsie oversees the FabCafe Global network. In FabCafes across Asia, Europe and America, Kelsie strategizes and aligns Fab synergies to empower everyone to take the initiative to make and share their ideas with local and global communities. Kelsie is also the Tokyo organizer for the Global Goals Jam (GGJ), a two-day designathon and community which aims to create short term solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals. Kelsie has organized sustainability and design thinking workshops in Tokyo, Bangkok and Hong Kong.

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