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During a 3-week Sino-Canadian planning field camp in Guangzhou, China, we conducted small pop-up experiments by using ARTS as a means of intervention to ACTIVATE underutilized campus spaces at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. We called it ARTivate. These interventions were small and informal. Similar to guerrilla urbanism, our tactical approaches were temporary pop-up actions, ranging from 30 minutes to an hour. However, we saw  immediate impacts on the space and the users,  which eventually informed our design interventions as showcased below. Check out the 3-min video that documents how arts-based interventions were at play to ARTivate campus spaces.

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