Art project for the bullied

An online collaborative art project is reaching out to people who have been bullied. Bryce Evans, a Hunting Hills High School graduate and photographer, created the One Project while fighting depression in high school. He now lives in Vancouver.

An online collaborative art project is reaching out to people who have been bullied.

Bryce Evans, a Hunting Hills High School graduate and photographer, created the One Project while fighting depression in high school. He now lives in Vancouver.

The project is an online platform for story submissions about difficult subjects such as depression, suicide and bullying.

Evans worked with Angelika Matson, another former Red Deer resident, on an interactive art project that asks the question: What is the worst thing anyone has ever said to you?

The art piece inspired the Erase Bullying campaign by LUSH Cosmetics.

Matson was bullied while she attended high school in Red Deer. She now lives in Edmonton.

To submit stories or to view others including Matson’s, visit www.theoneproject.ca.

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