Interdisciplinary, contemporary art, product design and creative industries

On September 1, 2022, from 21.00 A new season begins Creative Night Talks The discussions moderated by Mihaela Ayon revolve around contemporary art, art fairs, design festivals and the creative industries. Each edition of Creative Night Talks is live and shared simultaneously on multiple Facebook pages and partner platforms. The discussion is interactive, the audience can ask questions directly to the guests by commenting on the video stream.

Mihaela Eunthe release manager stated: “Creative Night Talks presents and archives the state of the cultural and creative industries in Romania, bringing together speakers and collaborators, Funders and interested audiences. Creative Night Talks allow the audience to ask guest speakers relevant questions, so that the topic of discussions unfolds as naturally as possible. “

first edition, From September 1 from 9 pm invited Dragos Motica – Creative Director of Așkia Home, Décor and Designer at Dragoș Motica Studio. Studio Dragoș Motica is a multidisciplinary studio based in Bucharest. The studio’s work ranges from architecture, interior design, product design and graphic design, combining experimental projects and product series. The studio was awarded in 2015 the Gold Medal of the A’ Design Award for its “/” lighting fixtures and on other occasions by the Romanian Furniture Manufacturers Association for various projects. Studio projects have appeared in numerous online and offline publications around the world. From 22.00, As in every first edition of the new Creative Night Talks seasons, Mara Halunga & Cauê De Marinis . Project Online concert will be held. Born in May 2018, the music project Mara Halunga and Cauê De Marinis Project is an honest and authentic look that comes from Brazil, as well as bossa nova and other lesser known traditional expressions, leading to a journey that began with samba from São Paulo, the hometown of Caui, passing through Rio de Janeiro, to the northeast, is in constant search and expansion.

on me September 8 she is invited Sabina HondroCo-founder of Printoteca, Sticker Republic, T-Shirt Van, and Stereohip. Sabina describes herself as a marketing specialist, creative entrepreneur, mother of two and a Medan native.

on me September 15 DISCUSS THE SUPERINFINIT ART EXHIBITION; About the first regional art platform dedicated to Eastern Europe and the Middle East – Ars Azura and about international art fairs side by side Susana Vasilescu Entrepreneur, exhibition maker, art historian, and art consultant. Susanna has a steady cultural path, she was the organizer of the first postmodern and contemporary art auction in Romania, within the Artmark auction house, where she also led the Department of Postmodernism and Contemporary Art for five years, director of the first edition of the Art Biennale Encounters, director of the Contemporary Art Gallery Nicodim Gallery (Bucharest and Los Angeles) and is currently part of the Museum of Modern Art’s Board of Directors and Acquisition Committee, focusing on Roman art from 1965 to the present.

on me Mihai Mitricafounder of the Anim’est Festival (the only one in Romania on the select list of festivals “licensed” by the American Film Academy, organizer of the Oscars) invited us September 22. Mihai sponsors animation film programs for various international festivals, promotes Romanian films in film markets such as Annecy or Clermont-Ferrand, and has been invited as a jury member at dozens of festivals, from Italy to Brazil and from Portugal to Estonia.

on me September 29From 21.00, we talk to Ioana Shira About GAEP Gallery and Contemporary Art Projects. Iwana studied journalism and public relations in marketing. Worked in the media for 18 years: started as a cultural reporter at Mediafax, then wrote about the intersection between society and culture in publications such as Sunday newspaper And the business storeBetween 2011 and 2019 he was the coordinating editor of the magazine Harper’s Bazaar Romania, Where he founded and developed, along with the rest of the editorial team, Bazaar’s Art Department. Since 2016, he has been producing content for cultural organizations and liaising with contemporary art projects. This proximity to the art field has expanded since March 2020, when he took on the responsibilities of gallery director at Gaep.

on me 6 Octobershe is invited Florina teacherCo-founder of fashion brand Vilegiatura, Principal Architect of the Untold Universe Collection, Creative Director of Neversea Festival and Co-Founder of ZAIN – Festival of Creativity. The latter, Zen, was founded in 2015 in Cluj with three good friends and colleagues, Georgiana Chisio, Alexandra Mihaly and Rezvan Luca, and has become a meeting and dialogue place for Romania’s creative industries. This fall, the festival is in its fifth edition.

Creative Night Talks releases take place every Thursday evening between September 1 – October 6 2022 on the Revista Atelier Facebook page and on the pages of funders and partners: Ministry of Culture, Radio Romania Cultural, Depoul de Artă Urbană, Casa Artelor – Directorate of Culture of Timis County and others.

Creative Night Talks conferences are run by Mihaela Ion, Cultural Director with over 15 years of experience in the international creative and cultural industries, Co-Founder of Atelierul Magazine, Doctor of Art History and Independent Curator.

Organizer details: Since 2010, Revista Atelierul is an active promoter of the national and international creative industries, with an audience of over 9 million visitors to the website.

A cultural project with the support of the Ministry of Culture.

project Atelierul de Creatie Association (Atelierul magazine)
internal partnerthe National: Messe Frankfurt
institutional partners: Urban Art Repository, Art House – Timi Province Culture Directorate
Media Partners: AGERPRES, Radio Romania Cultural, Radio Tanănana, Institute, Igloo, Propagarta, Zile si Nopţi, Cărturesti,, MagMob, Curator, IQads, PRWave, Munteanu, Spotmedia.
Special Media Partners: #better, Amaze Me Association, Metropolis Cultural Association

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