Born from the belief that people work better together, not alone - The Kindergarten Collective provides a home for incessantly creative minds that simply can’t stop making.

Originally the home of photographers, musicians, journalists and playwrights, the Collective has grown to accept artists and thinkers from all fields. The only rule is that you work with a smile on you face.

So far they've offered studio space to a Syrian painter, an Italian film nomad, and a Danish photojournalist to name just a few - but they’re always looking for new inspiration from all corners of the mind and body.

Guitars, harmonicas, keyboards and ouds line the walls, tea brews on the stove, and tired heads rest on sofas, beds and floors. If you’re looking for a place to feel the buzz of Beirut, a launch pad to explore Lebanon, or just some friendly company to encourage your creative process, the Kindergarten Collective is the place for you.

Come one, come all.

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