Our goal is to provide artists with the necessary resources to develop and realize ambitious projects and ideas. The art grounds include a 7,000 square feet multi-purpose studio building contains two galleries, one classroom, one multidisciplinary performance hall withÂ The Container Man, a sculptural stage that carries its own sound system and multi-media technology capable for creating multidisciplinary performance, and acres of outdoor working space equipped with industrial equipment. In addition, we have a resident house where resident artists have private bedrooms, wireless internet access, office, shared kitchen and living rooms. The facilities are established to serve the following programs: Artist-in-Residency, New Art Archaeology Symposium, Art Education, the Container Man Stage and Exhibition. The Programs are symbiotic; none of them stand alone without the benefit from the others.