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We organise exhibitions in Estonia and elsewhere in the world, through which we bring the very special art created by the youth with mental disability closer to society. We wish that art created by people with special needs is better visible in cultural life. We collaborate with art galleries and art figures in order to create a connection between artists.

The fields of art we have introduced in a more sizable manner are Saori, or creative weaving, ceramics, painting, silk painting, collage.


Exhibitions organised:

On Sept. 15th, 2015, an exhibition of Saoris and ceramics was opened at the Kullo Gallery. The Viimsi Society for the Disabled, Kiigemetsa School, Hilarius School, Tallinn Helen School, Tallinn Tondi Basic School, Võru Järve School, Meiela from Võru, the Pirita Social Centre, the Astangu Vocational Rehabilitation Centre participated. The exhibition was supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

On May 6th, 2015, the exhibition Dialogue was opened at the atelier of the Büroomaailm Gallery at Peterburi tee. Hilarius School, Võru Järve School, Tallinn Helen School and the Pirita Social Centre showcased their works. The exhibition was displayed for 3 months.

08.01.-21.01.2013. International Saori exhibition at the Estonian Handicraft House at Pikk 28. There were 3 authors (Eve Selisaar, Anneli Säre and Rasmus Lill) from Estonia, 10 authors from Japan. The exhibition was supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia.

23.10.-10.11.2012. You’ve been given a world at the Kullo Gallery. The exhibition was supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. Japanese and Estonian Saori and visual arts were displayed. Participants: The Saori Centre Saori-No-Mori from Osaka, the Astangu Vocational Rehabilitation Centre, the Pirita Social Centre, the Kehra Social Centre, Võru Järve School, Kiigemetsa School, the Viljandi Basement Studio, Loometaru (Creative Hive) paint camp 2012, the Võisiku Home, the Keila Social Centre, Sören Heinpalu – an artist with special needs working at home.