Creativity as social capital
IMAL project space in the Gallery of the Estonian Academy of Arts
The International Munich Art Lab (IMAL), established in 1996, offers young artists an opportunity to take responsibility for their creative process from the preliminary idea to finishing and displaying the work, and thus find and develop their creative potential and practical skills. Young artists admitted in this one-year programme will get a chance to study art full-time: the academic volume is 40 hours a week and supervisors include 14 professional artists and 4 social workers. In addition to art, participants in this programme will learn practical skills such as budget planning, putting together applications and portfolios and participation at exhibitions. After finishing the IMAL programme, most of the participants will be able to start an independent professional career.
Opening of the exhibition on 20 October at 7:30 pm
The exhibition will remain open until 3 December.
Vabaduse Väljak 6/8,
Open Tue–Sat 12:00–6:00 pm, free entrance
The project space is supported by Goethe-Institut Tallinn
Kathrin Schuster (1996)