Creative thinkers initially put forward 10 names of people that they believe will bring about successful creations in the future and will give the reasons behind their selection. These reasons add value to the network.
Graphic and industrial designers, photographers, architects, musicians, visual artists, creators from the gastronomy sector, cinematography, fashion, dance, theatre… these will all be connected thanks to TheCreativeNet.
More visibility to new and emerging talents
The purpose of this network is to give visibility to new and emerging talents, identify, project, connect and promote cooperation between the creators of the map.
TheCreativeNet is a knowledge and inspiration tool available for a specialised audience such as journalists, cultural agents, researchers, creators and even amateurs and students.
In parallel to the platform, TheCreativeLab has also been formed, which is a new space in which meetings, exhibitions, workshops, master-classes and concerts take place in order to give visibility to the physical working space of these creative minds.
The platform is formed mainly by journalists and cultural managers who have built this network with their strong belief that creativity plays a fundamental role in sectors that directly impact society and the economy. This idea led to the platform being created by its founder, the journalist Bibiana Ballbé.
Among the creators involved in TheCreativeNet are: Nao Albet & Marcel Borràs, actors; the Arquitectura G studio; Paula Bonet, ilustrator; Aina Clotet, actress; Joan Colomo, musician; Domestic Data Streamers, developers of interactive systems and experiences; Miki Esparbé, actor; Folch Studio, design agency; Núria Graham, singer; Jot Down magazine; Borja Martínez, founder of the Lo Siento studio; MUCHO, graphic design studio; Krizia Robustella, fashion designer; Conrad Roset, illustrator; Albert Serra, film director and producer; Alex Trochut, graphic designer.