CRYPTO ARTWORK GALLERY PRODUCTIONS & EXHIBITIONS
SOIRÉE, is a French word. Soir means “evening”. An elegant evening party to celebrate the opening of a gallery.
SOIR.EE, is a brand new concept made in Europe, which brings together business people and emerging artists at an exclusive crypto artwork gallery exhibition.
SOIR.EE MADEMOISELLE EUROPE goes beyond the boundaries of a simple art exhibition; it's an immersive experience that promises inspiration, creativity, and a unique connection with female empowerment. In this event, visitors will embark on an unforgettable journey where they will explore various perspectives and celebrate creativity and innovation at its best.
Welcome to SOIR.EE MADEMOISELLE BASQUE, a unique exhibition celebrating the confluence of art, innovation, and female entrepreneurship. In this extraordinary event, HOUSE OF SOIREE brings together exceptional artists and entrepreneurs in a captivating space where women’s stories and voices intertwine in a mosaic of creativity and empowerment.
In this innovative project, a group of 12 women entrepreneurs will engage in a dialogue with 12 women artists to bring unique and original pieces to life. Each dialogue will be related to a specific Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) and will be reflected in an original artwork created by an emerging artist to showcase a women-led entrepreneurial initiative.
HOUSE OF SOIREE is a cutting-edge creative agency that has conceived an exceptional format combining art and female entrepreneurship, based on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our programs span an exciting 9-month period, where artists and entrepreneurs come together in a stimulating environment. Our mission is to promote talent and innovation to contribute to a more sustainable and equitable society. This revolutionary project translates into the creation of the first conceptual exhibition in physical format, with a dual purpose: highlighting women entrepreneurs and emerging artists whose works align with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Gabrielle Chanel was an entrepreneur who was determined to break old formulas and invent new ways of expressing herself. By her death in1971, the French couturier had long since established herself as the twentieth century's single most important arbiter of fashion.
Women are not only the most affected by this pandemic, but they are also the backbone of recovery in communities."The limited progress on gender equality and women's rights achieved over the decades is in danger of being reversed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic," the United Nations Secretary-General said in April 2020, urging governments to put women and girls at the center of their recovery efforts.
TOURING SIMULTANEOUSLY UNTIL 2030
We start from the collaboration between universities, corporations, organizations, institutions to achieve the involvement of all with a single objective of building a frame of reference to act, offering an awareness tool on the responsibility of companies and governments, a source of economic opportunities and an instrument for multi-stakeholder collaboration
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