IMVG is made possible by the support of all its participants: institutions, businesses, associations and citizens alike. Our collaborators offer according to their abilities and possibilities. Anything helps, from donations and financing to material and logistic support.
The city council of Vitoria-Gasteiz is the main supporter of the IMVG as part of it´s commitment to art, culture and participation as a city-building tool.
The Department of Youth of the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz sponsors the youth employment program the Brush Brigades through their program HAZIAK which helps young people carry out their projects and ideas related to culture, sports, innovation, new technologies, environment and more.
The U.S. Embassy supports IMVG through the U.S. State Department´s program denominated "Cultural Envoys". This program backs cultural projects and individuals from the U.S. who act as cultural ambassadors outside its borders.
This support offers an opportunity for cross cultural learning and creative sparks fly!!
Public muralism has strong roots in american culture and the strongest public mural organizations are in the U.S., with year of experience in community culture.
In 2010, Cultural Envoys brought the Chicago based muralist and founding member of the CPAG en Chicago John Pitman Weber to Vitoria to be a part of a team of local artists leading a mural/mosaic workshop.
In 2011, Philadelphia artist Michelle Angela Ortiz, que co-directed the mural The Light of Hope, about Gender Equity.
The Department of Education has recognized the the IMVG as an educational and integrating tool by sponsoring a large portion of the mural Continents and the the first two years of the Brush Brigades since. It also sponsors the IMVG program Muralism in Public Schools.
The Foundation of the Cathedral of Santa María donated the wall preparation and the scaffold for the mural The Thread of Time and colaboratied with monetary support on the mural Continents.
Many of the volunteers who participate year after year are students of this school. Students from the audio-visual department produced the video about the mural The Thread of Time.
This local building company supports the IMVG by preparing the walls at discounted rates.
This local company provides scaffolding at discounted rates.
A local paint manufacturer founded in 1947, their varnish protects the murals form UV light and harsh weather conditions. This company collaborates with discounted rates and donations.
This local newspaper collaborates with discounts, free publicity and materials.
This small local company collaborates with printing discounts, signage, etc...
IMVG provider for paints, tools, etc...This small local paint store collaborates with donations and discounts.
This small local computer shop collaborates with discounts in everything related to computers and digital media.
Project founder, collaborates with space and material.
Project founder, collaborating with space and materials.
AMBA organized the first mural workshops TheThread of Time and Continents. For th mural workshop The Triumph of Vitoria they donated their workspace for storage. The association collaborates closely with publicity and materials.
Supports the IMVG with consulting and publicity.
This local grassroots organizations donated its space for the design phase of the mural Covered by the Sky and the Stars.
Collaborates with consulting and publicity.
Collaborated with financial support for the inauguration celebration of The Thread of Time.
This resident of the Medieval Quarter donated his empty storefront for storage and dressing room for the mural Covered by the Sky and the Stars.