Together with a number of different social practice artists, IBB founders and artists David Bade and Tirzo Martha will be present daily in the studio to create art together with the public. This turns All you can Art into an exhibition that keeps developing, like a growing sculpture. The social component of All you can Art – using art to bring different nationalities and target groups closer together – enables the exchange of stories and ideas between artists and many other target groups such as senior citizens, homeless youths, former addicts, students of preparatory vocational schools (vmbo), Summer School students and visitors in the Kunsthal studios. For this third edition we will continue our collaboration with three Rotterdam partners: Stichting Laurens (geriatric care), the Zuiderpark College (vmbo) and Antes (psychiatry and addiction care). Other formulas for success will also return, such as the Summer School where young people (aged 14-24) are coached and trained by renowned artists all summer long, 'Think Tanks' to further explore the various themes with regard to art education, and the essential contribution of the public who help create the artworks. With ‘All you can Art’ the Kunsthal is exploring new forms of presentation while encouraging public participation and talent development. Earlier projects were ‘do it (Kunsthal Rotterdam)’ and ‘KunsthalMaakMee’ (CoCreate in the Kunsthal).