Since 2009 the Ministry for Science, Further Education and Culture of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate has been supporting the art education offers for children, adolescents and young adults at the Kunsthalle Mainz. The art school for children and young people at the Kunsthalle Mainz works with artists from the region and offers a wide range of courses.
The Sparkasse Mainz enables the Kunsthalle Mainz a new format in 2021: Heute FREItag. Sparkasse Mainz and Kunsthalle Mainz invite you to Heute FREItag on three dates during the current exhibition. On these dates, admission to the Kunsthalle Mainz as well as guided tours and the art education program are free of charge for all visitors.
The SWR2 Kulturservice has a network of over 100 partners in Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate, one of which is the Kunsthalle Mainz.
The initiative for cultural participation Kultur Leben enables people with low incomes to attend cultural events free of charge. In addition, the association arranges tickets for cultural guests and thus enables a few hours of carefree cultural enjoyment. Because culture is a valuable asset and should be accessible to everyone. Participate as a cultural guest, cultural partner, social partner or supporter.
We too are DIE VIELEN! The Kunsthalle Mainz is committed to tolerance and diversity in art and the cultural life of our country. Together with many other cultural institutions in Rhineland-Palatinate, we also participate as a signatory * in the Rhineland-Palatinate Declaration of DIE VIELEN. More information about the association DIE VIELEN e.V. and the explanations are available here: www.dievielen.de
In order to bring people with dementia back into the middle of society, the Malteser developed the concept of the dementia guide. Kunsthalle Mainz participates in the dementia guides project.