- Project „Contrasting region (locality) Atgāzene” has started in August, 2013 and will last till December, 2014. The aim of the project is to involve students from three neighborhood schools and university in Atgāzene, Riga city and neighborhood residents in shared artistic and research activities thus promote cultural and historical exploration and promotion of this place, contribute to emergence of new creative contacts and cooperation among institutions located in the area and the population, as well as citizens' responsibility for public spaces. The project is implemented in collaboration with Pardaugavas Music and Art School , Riga Central Library branch libraries department "Vidzeme", Riga Estonian basic school and University Turība. The project is financially supported by Foundation „Rīga 2014”.
- „Educational Project of Art and Research for Young People” (October, 2013 - November, 2014). The aim of the Project is to offer to young people and disabled people from different social groups innovative art classes based on interdisciplinarity and synergy of contemporary art principles and other disciplines such as techniques, science etc., thereby involving them in common meaningful activities and promoting their social integration, interest and motivation, creativity, social responsibility and artistic initiatives. A new innovative art education model will be developed and tested and teaching materials and an educational program will be worked out as a result of the project. The Project is implemented by Art Educational Centre TRĪS KRĀSAS in collaboration with nongovernmental organization Sally Stuudio (Tallinn, Estonia). The project is being carried out under the EEA Grants 2009-14 program “Funds for Non-governmental Organizations”. Project is financed by Island, Lichtenstein and Norway.
Project "Local Artist for Regional Development" (October, 2011 - March, 2013) was cross-border project that aimed at developing the cities of Tartu (EST) and Cesis (LV) by involving artistic activities in community life and life-long training activities for artists. Project was leaded by municipal agency Cesis Culture and Tourism Centre, partners were Tartu Centre for Creative Industries and The Art Education Centre TRĪS KRĀSAS. Project was a part of programm "Linking Estonia and Latvia", part-financed by the European Regional Development fund.
- Workshops for school students at the Sculpture Quadrennial Riga 2012 devoted to the theme of “Anatomy of Integration”(November, 2012). Project partners Mākslas menedžmenta un informācijas centrs and students from Art Academy of Latvia .
- Project "Preparing for a sucesfull career – seminars and workshops for students from art and music high schools" has been implemented in Ocober, November, 2011. Artists and professionals from creative sector share their knowledge with further artists and musicians from J.Rozentals Riga Art High School and Riga Dome Choir School . Project is financed by State Education Development Agency .
- ITEMS (Innovative Teaching for European Museum Strategies) is a project for devoloping the analysis, research and exchange on good practices with regard to museums as educational resources in the very context of school training and with particular attention to the secondary school level. ITEMS is leaded by ANISA (National association of Art History Teachers, Italy), partners are Eccom Centro Europeo per l'Organizzazione e il Management culturale (Italy), Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (Hungary), Associacao de Professores de Expressao e Comunicacao Visual (Portugal), Universite du Luxembourg, Institut national d'histoire de l'art (France) and The Art Education Centre TRĪS KRĀSAS. Project is financed by EU program Leonardo da Vinci.
- "Plain Air". Publication at www.triskrasas.lv (here - in Latvian) is methodological material, which reflect on plain air - creative workshops for art educators, holded in Liepaja at 2008 and in Bolderaja at 2009, where new models of learning and creative tasks linked to contemporary art developments had been tested. Supported by the State Culture Capital Foundation.