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Euregional slow dates in Maastricht

November 21, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm



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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?
Are you looking for answers?
Well, take the chance to slow date with leading creative professionals living and working in the Euregio. A fantastic chance to do not only meet them, but have instant advice and be immediately connected or addressed to the right person.
The Euregional speed dates are the perfect chance for sharing your ideas, projects, needs and dream to an interdisciplinary group experts.

Who can you meet?

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

Fabian Seibert, is renowned for his product design label SÜLZKOTLETT. He is also half of GRAF SEIBERT, a conceptional 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 HELLO DESIGNER TOUR, a decentral design & networking festival in the maastricht-heerlen-aachen-eupen-liège-genk-hasselt area in October of each year.
Field of expertise:
design, guerrilla marketing, dynamics in the cultural scene
project development, social design concept, Euregional cooperation
Urban development

Patricia Yasmine Graf

Patricia Yasmine Graf is a freelance product and jewellery designer from Aachen, Germany. In 2005, she founded her own brand PYG® Bags. Furniture. Accessories, with a worldwide distribution network.
In 2006 Patricia founded the euregional creative network designmetropole aachen with the goal to make Aachen magnetic! To build awareness within the local population and industry and politics that there is a strong and not-to-be-ignored design potential in the region!
Since 2011, she has had various university teaching assignments for design and engineering courses at the University of Applied Sciences, Aachen.
Patricia Yasmine Graf is one of three founders and visionaries of HOTEL TOTAL – a creative and social concept and network conversion research project, which was part of the program CreateMedia.NRW in 2016.
Field of expertise:
design, guerrilla marketing, dynamics in the cultural scene
project development, social design concept, Euregional cooperation
Urban development

City of Eupen:

Benjamin Fleig

Benjamin Fleig, defined himself as an ex artists, whoo started his career as camera operator in Babelsberg doing eurotrash in film and TV business.
After this experience he change his genre to documentary (still doing this as an old flame never dies). And following his passion became an media artist. He also set up and manage PAN kunstforum niederrhein.
Developed and realised international art-projects as a freelance curator
for museums, galleries, art festivals, cultural associations.
Docent for media education, gallery owner and art consultant & Creative Hub Euregio for Eupen.
Field of expertise:
Visual and media Art,
project development, International art project
Cultural dynamics

City of Hasselt and Genk:

Pablo Hannon 

Pablo Hannon has education roots in architecture at PHAI, graphic design studies at SHIVKV, and junior to art director design functions at Creneau. All this and more formed Pablo to become the open-minded, multidisciplinary and concept-driven designer he is today. A creative and collaborative reactivist, he is at his best in his own studio Hectica, at PXL-MAD School of Arts, and in every project he initiates. He is co-founder of creative festivals like Beyonderground, WHO:HOW, Kubus Kwadraat and most recently also The School. The Things I Like a Lot blog is his haven for creative collab.
Field of expertise:
design, illustration, cultural participating, visual arts,
Festivals for visual arts and stage arts in Belgium

City of Maastricht: 

Joep Vossebeld 

Artist and curator Joep Vossebeld is intrigued by the inevitable absurdity, tragedy and irony of our everyday lives. He translates what he sees and experiences into exhibitions, videos, installations and texts. These may be shown separately, or in changing and changeable combinations, without loss of the lightness of observation. His working and writing often involves collaborating with other artists, filmmakers, researchers and institutions.
Currently Joep is curator at B32 Artspace, guest-curator at Bonnefantenmuseum and teacher at MAFAD, Toneelacademie Maastricht and Kunstacademie Tongeren. Within the Euregio he is Agent for Creative Hub Euregio (CHE), chairman of The Artist And The Others and member of the selection committee of Space Collection.
Field of expertise:
Visual Art, art and education
project development, subsidies application

City Heerlen

Jean-Michel Crapanzano

Jean-Michel Crapanzano studied multimedia art, video, photography and painting at the Academy of Art “Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs” in Strasbourg (France). Afterwards he obtained a Master as “teacher of Art and Design” at the Academy of Visual Art and Design in Maastricht.
Since 1999, Jean-Michel Crapanzano exhibited his work worldwide, among others: Raid project gallery Los Angeles, The Bronx river Art center in New-York, the Arlington Art center in Washington D.C, Sluice art fair in London, Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven, Museum of contemporary art Schunck in Heerlen, Museum of contemporary Art le Casino Luxemburg.
His work combines photography, video, wall drawings and participative projects.
Jean-Michel Crapanzano is known for his social engagement, between Art, Science, Art education and Prospective. He is currently working on “Artlab for Futurology”, a multimedia participative project.
Fields of expertise:
Participative Art projects .
Art & Art education, film-video, photography and Fine Arts.
Urban art murals & Art in public space.

Join us & Discover the opportunities existing in the Euregio. 

The event is free, but would be lovely to know you are coming.


November 21, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


De Brandweer
Capucijnenstraat 21
Maastricht, 6211RN Netherlands
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