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Euregional Portfolio review & speed talk – Lentefestival
April 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
When: Friday 29th of April
Time: from 19:00 – 21:00
Where: Maison Florida, Hasselt
Max participants: 15 people to ensure the best quality
Experts: Pablo Hannon, Fabian Seibert, Julie Hanique, & many more to come.
What opportunities are laying in the Euregio?
Which galleries, artistic residency, design initiatives, institutions, museums, curators, but also alternative exhibition spaces, theatre, fab labs, creative hubs, music venues, performing scenes, exist in the Euregio? How to develop a project in a city of the Euregio and who to contact? Which subsidies I can access to? Are you looking for answers?
Well, take the chance to speed date with leading creative professionals living and working in the Euregio. A fantastic chance to not only meet them, but have instant advice and be immediately connected or addressed to the right person and get feedback on your portfolio.
The Euregional portfolio review speed talks are the perfect chance for sharing your ideas, projects, needs and dreams to an interdisciplinary group of experts.
Who did we invite?
The so-called CHE Agents, cultural professionals, from different fields, connected, living and working within the cultural/design/ political scene of their city. CHE stands for Creative Hub Euregio, a trans-regional and cross-border network of creative within the EMR.
Who are they?
City of Aachen :
Fabian Seibert, is renowned for his product design label SÜLZKOTLETT. He is also half of GRAF SEIBERT, a conceptual furniture art project with psychological issues. Fabian teaches at universities, and develops product and service strategies for companies, guerilla marketing and social design concepts for cities such as Aachen and Moscow and he is co-founder of DESIGNMETROPOLE AACHEN, a network of creative heads, with their newest project being HELLOCREATORS, a decentral design & networking festival in the maastricht-heerlen-aachen-eupen-liège-genk-hasselt area in October of each year.
Field of expertise:
Sesign, guerrilla marketing, dynamics in the cultural scene, project development, social design concept, Euregional cooperation, urban development.
City of Liège:
Belgian art historian Julie Hanique has worked as a cultural manager in Liege (Belgium) for nearly two decades with a specific concern on contemporary visual arts and architecture. As part of the artistic team for the application of Maastricht to the title of Cultural Capital of Europe in 2018, she was aware by the cross-borders collaborations. That’s an aspect that she’s still developing in the international project of SPACE Collection and in the Creative Hub Euregio network. Currently, she manages the team of Comptoir des Ressources Créatives, a platform of tools for and by the creators.
Field of expertise:
Contemporary art, Euregional art scene, Liège art and cultural scene, architecture
City of Hasselt
Pablo Hannon is a multidisciplinary designer and artist connecting his creative practice (Hectica) with a desire to collaborate , an urge to share (PXL-MAD Hasselt, ZUYD Maastricht, LUCA Genk) and to do good to society.
The School uses Interdisciplinary and intercultural, creative collaborations to approach and address urban challenges. Projects have always been participative, and experimental, happening in Aachen, Brussels, Liège, Milan, Tongeren and in basecamp Hasselt. Recently The School has activated a former industrial training space in Hasselt and baptised it as Maison Florida, a large space to develop creative experiments into atypical crazy plans and projects. The School always searches for a relation between people, space and means or opportunity, urgency and drive. In Maison Florida, Pablo Hannon (Mapuchehue) forms team with Ilse Jooken (Klub Kitch), Mirthe Tibos (++ Gallery) and Stef Lemmens (Oebjet Troevée). They curate and initiate Playground for the Wild among other projects.
Field of Expertise:
Wildness of Play, book Design, reversed Education, space Making, urban Analysis
& more will be announced.
The event is free, but would be lovely to know you are coming.