Art Association Island Studio

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S Bahn Wilhelmsburg, community work Farabi meets Kahler, commissioned by RollifahrerInnen in Hamburg as only including active Art Club exhibition – opened a joint project by the island Studio e.V., Baker social resources and job Center for severely disabled people in Hamburg, January 7, 2013. The artists and artists of the inclusive Art Association Island ateliers e. V. open on Wednesday, the 5th of February at 16.00 her art exhibition with the theme: together art links. Mrs Ingrid Korner, Senate Coordinator for the equality of disabled people, will hold a greeting at the opening.

“Under the title: together art connects” are expressive and complex work of both children and adults with or without handicap show which life presents, in Kirchdorf Sud. The pictures shows senses, how the world looks from the perspective of people with disabilities or from the perspective of children creative work in the island Studio art courses. Still, she throws Exhibition on questions such as: what does it mean to make cross-generational and including art? The island Studio e. V. is as inclusive and cross-generational Kunstverein in Kirchdorf Sud. The included Art Association Island Studio e.V.

was founded under the direction of artist and educator Maren Fiebig, who made a name as an artist far beyond Hamburg also, 2011. The island Studio offers people with and without disabilities as well as children and young people from Kirchdorf-Sud in rooms of the SAGA GWG the opportunity to be creative together and to express the own point of view.It held as inclusive as intergenerational courses. Also, the island Studio offered courses for children of inclusion school in the Castle meadow. The island Studio organizes free weekly art classes, which are conducted by professional artists. The courses are held mainly by artists with disabilities. The island Studio is since the beginning of its activity the Baker social resources supported and promoted. Job Center provides to the premises of the site for disabled people for this special exhibition.

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