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Sunday, 24 July 2011


This season Napa Valley got a taste of Academy of Art University talent when a team of students from the School of Interior Architecture and Design donated their creative genius to raise awareness in the fight against hunger for COPIA's 2nd Annual Canstruction Event in Napa, Ca.
COPIA's Canstruction Event, created by the Society of Design Administration, is in its second year to fight hunger-one can of food at a time. The contest brings together designers, architects, engineers, and students from all over the San Francisco Bay Area to create large-scale art exhibits made completely from donated cans of food. Cans of tuna, tomatoes, pears, marinara sauce, anything is up for grabs, as long as it's a can of food that can be donated to the Napa Valley Food Bank for distribution to families in the North Bay at the end of the contest.

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