180 Creative Camp
180 Creative Camp is an 8 day bootcamp full of workshops, conferences and concerts that already took place in different cities in Europe. It welcomes more than a hundred aspiring creators from all over the world for a week of creative collaborations in media arts.
The main goal of this project is to provide young creatives a week where they can share experiences, explore ideas and make contact with a lot of people with different perspectives (both professional and amateurs).
The daily programme is divided into three parts:
- Academy: A chance for participants to learn from invited artists within diverse artistic fields such as photography, illustration, cinema, graphic design and architecture.
- Factory: Urban interventions and content creation, related to the territory.
- Festival: Public activities such as concerts, exhibitions and open-air cinema.
- Artists from different creative areas
- Creative professionals
- Arts and media students
- Creating creative collaborations in media arts.
- Allow a young creative generation to connect through offline, to raise important questions and topics.
- Giving an opportunity for both amateur and experienced participants to work side-by-side.
- Creating new urban interventions by filling the streets with art.
- Media arts
- Graphic Design
- Creativity boost
- Street Art
Why is it a good practice in the creative area?
180 Creative Camp is and example of an event dedicated to the artistic community that has a visible local impact. Therefore has the potential to raise awareness for the importance of creativity and share best practices in this area, bringing together artists (renown and beginners), students, and local communities in the same space.
It provides the time and space for young people to share ideas and experiences, learn from each other and from various inspiring artists.
It also transforms the places where it happens into an authentic gallery of art, bringing new perspectives to the local community.
Creators from diverse areas with recognised experience and the ability to develop workshops in communication and collaboration with groups of diverse ages and backgrounds.
Canal 180 with the collaboration of Municipality of Abrantes.
International recognition in 2015 from “EFFE: Europe for Festivals” as one of the most important international events in the creativity and communication fields.