The organisation's
structure

GAIA is operated by three committees: Executive Committee, Steering Committee and Artistic Committee.

The operating model of GAIA revolves around 4 groups of stakeholders: Government Organisations, Partners, Donors and Sponsors.

GAIA operating model

The GAIA Project has the objective of providing artists attending the Exchange Program a concrete opportunity to connect with the international art community and be inspired by new landscapes and cultures.

This is achieved through the networks of members of GAIA’s Art Committee and local partners, such as art schools and universities, art associations, galleries and curators.GAIA’s operating model is designed to provide young and disadvantaged artists with a series of services aimed to maximize exposure of their artworks:

(a) by displaying them at Donors’ private and public venues
(b) at art events and exhibitions organised by GAIA
(c) on the web through services provided by Gaia’s portal.

Contact

Why join our donors program

The Gaia’s Donor Program aims to involve donors, sponsors and partners in providing walls, spaces and opportunities for displaying and exhibiting the artworks of young artists participating GAIA’s exchange program.

The Gaia Project, through networks of donors and sponsors, organises the display of the artworks in public places. These can be donors’ premises, or other public premises nominated by the donors/sponsors. Donors are also encouraged to support the display of artworks at schools and universities, where GAIA’s young artists are invited to conduct workshops on the artistic and cultural connotations of their artworks.

Sponsors, partners and other charitable institutions are also encouraged to display GAIA’s artworks at their premises and hold events open to the public.The artworks will be displayed together with plates indicating the artist’s name,characteristics and a statement regarding the artwork, and GAIA’s contact details for purchasing the artwork.

A marketing campaign in association with GAIA’s sponsors, and networking events supported by our partners, complement the program with the objectives of (1) creating awareness of the program in the wider community, and (2) sharing GAIA’s vision and mission with new and emerging young artists.

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Locations

Melbourne

Nymphenburger Str. 190
D-80636 Munich

Opening hours
  • Weekdays: 10:00–20:00
  • Saturday: 12:00–15:00

Rome

Nymphenburger Str. 190
D-80636 Munich

Opening hours
  • Weekdays: 10:00–20:00
  • Saturday: 12:00–15:00

Milan

Nymphenburger Str. 190
D-80636 Munich

Opening hours
  • Weekdays: 10:00–20:00
  • Saturday: 12:00–15:00

Clients

Why become a donor

Interior Design

There are various spaces such as shops, cafes, hotels, bridal facilities, etc. in the commercial space. In all of them, we commonly value "the creation of space that can convey the worldview of the brand in a moment".

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Product Design

The place is generally created by people, but the place also makes people. For example, the surrounding space has a great power to change our thoughts and actions, just as by being in the library we naturally start talking in a whispering voice.

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Architecture

Our architecture design is not based on the buildings but is based on the viewpoint of people who will use that place. We intend to provide even higher value to the architecture by interlocking the interior and the buildings which are originally inseparable.

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Interior

The place is generally created by people, but the place also makes people. For example, the surrounding space has a great power to change our thoughts and actions, just as by being in the library we naturally start talking in a whispering voice.

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