The Atelje CloBB studio is a youth artistic centre designed for the development of the fine arts creativity for different groups. CloBB enables a wide spectrum of artistic activities: workshops for children, student/youth courses, a library and individual creation in graphic arts, photography, painting and ceramics. Its first projects included an exhibition of work by 30 young Slovene artists within the student-focused Mineštra Fine Arts Festival, which took place at 10 sites in Škofja Loka, participation in the artists' colony in Ljutomer, and organisation of the International Arts Colony Leskovica. In 2004 the Atelje prepared the Arteria project and a Contemporary Art Symposium in Škofja Loka. In 2005-6 it co-produced the Animal tour project by Damijan Kracina and Vladimir Leben.
Atelje CLoBB has organised many public projects in Škofja Loka, including City in Colours and Tolerance Day, and has prepared several exhibitions. Atelje co-operates with various cultural institutions, including Ljutomer Ante Trstenjak Gallery and the SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts.