Since July 2019, the guest studio of the Province of Upper Austria has been available to two artists every month in Bad Hall. The artist's studio on the 1st floor of the Rabl Villa, which is over 130 m² in size, consists of 2 living and working rooms as well as a shared kitchen. Due to the quiet location, the studios are especially suitable for writers, but there is also space for visual artists to work on large scale.
The artists' studios are only available to the scholarship holders.
Applications are open to artists with a connection to Upper Austria. Details on how to apply can be found at www.diekunstsammlung.at
The studio is open from Thursday - Sunday from 13 to 18 o'clock. The art sales exhibition offers unique pieces of painted glass, acrylic paintings motivational pictures, hand designed greeting cards as well as candles with sayings or dedications (also on order). All of these offers can be co-designed by interested parties or individually commissioned.
Furthermore the following seminars are offered:
Meditative painting according to inner images for individuals, on the terrace in fine weather. Start with relaxation exercises from the Yoga practice.
2 Pers. (couples or mother/child or friends) paint together on one picture (with music)
Painting your own tree of life according to the celtic tree circle
No painting skills required! Painting utensils are provided (Aqua/Chalk painting technique). Daily with telephone reservation (2 days in advance) possible at
Anna Maria Dibold, 0676-4778038
Built in 1866 according to the plans of the Viennese architects Derffel & Roth. Because exactly in this year the star architect Theophil Hansen went to Dr. Rabl for a cure, the construction site was certainly visited and a lot of knowledge and ideas were exchanged. From 1867 onwards, the surgery and apartment of the spa doctor Dr. Johann Rabl were located in the house, where he had looked after Franz Grillparzer and Ludwig Anzengruber, among others. Many exotic trees owe their existence in the spa gardens to him.
The villa is one of the oldest preserved examples of bourgeois "world architecture", its clear form clearly shows the influence of the Italian Renaissance.
Long branch of the "Kurhotel" (now "Miraverde"), owned by the state and currently rented out.