Three City University students recently organised an art exhibition with a difference. Jennifer Chong Wing-kwan, Pat Chan Han-lin and Julie Yeung Shuen, all final-year students of English for Professional Communication, organised the 'Art Attack' in conjunction with the group Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong (ADA). The aim of the activity was to stress that art is for everyone, they said. 'We all have potential for talent, a capacity for creativity and a right to enjoy the beauty and vitality of the arts,' said Ms Chong. The first event, Let's Colour Our Christmas Together, was a wheelchair painting activity carried out by students and the disabled, while the second one was called Weaving the Ox, in which a large piece of cloth was collectively woven using recycled materials. Ms Chong said: 'Following the success of our wheelchair painting, the weaving has given students with or without a disability the chance to experience that 'arts are for everyone' in a more concrete way.' The students are also planning to create an Internet Web site and use e-mail to promote the organisation. 'We will use graphics to highlight ADA's home page which will include simple titles and maps, giving our project a concept of multi-media,' Ms Chong added. It is proposed the home page will include background information and news about ADA. She believed the activity would make CityU students better understand society and extend their horizons. The cloth will be displayed at the Covered Terrace at CityU for a week, along with a video and pictures of its production.