“International Munich ArtLab” – IMAL for short – accompanies young people on their way between school and training and offers comprehensive orientation and qualification. They are guided by artists, cultural workers and educators. The International Munich Art Lab offers young people free participation in artistic production processes, from the first sketch of an idea to production and professional public presentation. This includes individual support, compensation for educational deficits and application assistance. The daily work is organised in the two departments “Performing Arts and Music” (joint development of musical theatre pieces). As well as “Visual Arts and Media” (presentation of results in joint exhibitions) and is complemented by international networking and exchange projects.
Activity : 1 year artistic training, Circus, Training
Artistic product : Music Theatre, Art exhibitions
Technical product : Film, Social media
The aim is to professionalise through workshops and participation in artistic productions in artistic-creative or classical professional fields and to develop meaningful applications that facilitate the search for training and work. The result is: the participants qualify themselves in the workshops, prepare meaningful application documents and take part in public presentations at a professional level. In this way, they orient themselves professionally and improve their personal career opportunities. After the projects, most of the participants find an apprenticeship or a job. This is not only in the creative-artistic field, but also in other professional areas.
Services Offered to the Artist
Services Offered : 1-year artistic training, Personal development
The basis is to enable professional work by supporting young people in their development by professionals from various fields (artists and creative people, educators).
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.