Mail Art Exhibition “I dream of …”

Incline Gallery and the non-profit arts organization Cultivative invite you to the international mail art exhibit “I dream of…”. Artists of all skill levels and ages answered Cultivative’s call for artists and created postcards that will help those in need of cheer and a smile during the holiday season. More than 250 artists from over 30 countries around the world contributed postcards so far and you can still submit your artwork until November 15. The opening is on December 5, 2014 at Incline Gallery.

Mail Art Exhibition “I dream of …” - Participate by Postcard

Mail Art Exhibition “I dream of …”

Become an artist at our International Mail Art Exhibition "I dream of ...". Maybe until now only family, friends and acquaintances admired your works. We offer you the chance to present your work to a wide audience!

Mail Art is art that is sent through the postal service. For the exhibition, artists should create postcards on the theme "Metamorphosis". It can deal with their own identity as well as the transformation of social structures. The artists should ask themselves: Who do I want to be? They should believe in their dreams and look at the bigger picture - dream the impossible.

First Crowdfunding Campaign Started

Mosaic Tile

We have launched our first crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. Please help us realize our mosaic project in Stavenhagen.

Kultklecks brings American artist to Stavenhagen

Bianca Nandzik and Wes Horn

Mosaic sculptor Wes Horn and community muralist Bianca Nandzik will come all the way from the United States to Germany to create a mosaic with the community at the marketplace in Stavenhagen.

750 Years Stavenhagen - An Artistic Journey Through Time

Artist at work

Kultklecks comes back to Stavenhagen this summer. We are celebrating the 750 year anniversary of the town with an artistic journey through time. With a 33-foot long mosaic we are working towards a big goal. Every helping hand is needed! Especially people with physical strength and technical skills are welcome.

Community Mural at the General Hospital Roatán

Roatán Hospital

Kultklecks is looking forward to the cooperation with Global Healing and the Roatán Volunteer Pediatric Clinic in Honduras. The non-profit will paint an outdoor mural together with local residents at the General Hospital.

Kultklecks invites Honduran nonprofits to apply

Local nonprofit organizations in Honduras are invited to apply for a community mural. This project is promoting community involvement and participation in the arts. It aims to improve the quality of life in your neighborhood. Specific focus is on education, healthcare, social and environmental issues. With this mural opportunity your community can benefit from the experience to work with people from other countries and cultures. Since Kultklecks e.V. provides an artist and art supplies there is no cost for the partner organization.

Mural-Project to Support AIDS Prevention in Ghana, Africa

As a part of the HIV/AIDS prevention work Raffael Müller and Susanne Fricke initiated and led a mural project at Kwansakrom Ada Junior High School in Ghana (Africa). The participating students between age 14 and 17 focussed intensely on the subject: The goal of the project was to create awareness for the omnipresent threat of AIDS with students of the high school and passerbys.

The first Kultklecks-Mural in the USA has been completed

The building with the new mural

Sunday, March 28th late afternoon: The second layer of protective coating has been applied to the completed mural. After nearly two weeks of hard work the colorful mural now decorates the exterior walls of the new community garden of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Oakland.

From now on volunteers will regularly meet on the site to plant and foster the community garden. Through the mural the incomparable atmosphere of the community garden will be captured and communicated even through the fence into the neighborhood.

Group Workshop: Community Gardening & Mural Painting

Gardening & Painting

Saturday, March 20th early in the morning: Volunteers of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church community in Oakland as well as neighbors and students from the San Francisco Bay Area came to the community garden site to create a new garden with the employees of "WELCOME - a communal response to poverty" and to paint the planned mural with artists of Kultklecks e.V.

The volunteers could help to scatter the fresh soil or to paint color areas on the mural as well as color-shades and details of the images with directions from experienced artists.

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