We aim to change the way people engage with and consume art. We encourage people to discover and engage with European artists and entrepreneurs and reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European cultural space. We further the idea that anyone, regardless of the background, should be achieved creative success.
We provide a platform for emerging artists, creatives and tech entrepreneurs to showcase their work to the public.
Is a French word. Soir means “evening”. An elegant evening party to celebrate the opening of a gallery.
Produces non-commercial Crypto-artworks, curates exhibitions, and develops educational projects in collaboration with artists, entrepreneurship communities, and institutions.
Our goal is to implement equality and positive learning outcomes for the new generations and to bolster our communities through art.
Through a collaborative approach, we’re developing an ecosystem where creative minds, tech professionals and business leaders come together to experience the latest tech, see innovation up close, share knowledge and create new partnerships that will help their businesses grow.
Each piece is a hand-assembled, limited edition Gicléeprint supplied with the SOIRÉE ID to certify copyright and ownership, as well as a unique QR code that contains an audible description of the innovative idea.
We usually associate creativity with artists, but creativity is not exclusive to the domain of the arts. Human beings are intrinsically creative and it's vital to entrepreneurial success.
Each project provides an opportunity to present aspects of artistic and entrepreneurial imagination and ingenuity. With this philosophy, we create creative productions in which art, photography and the language of innovation come together in a global discourse of which the viewer becomes an active part.
We provide storage and take care of the packaging and transport of the artworks. When the exhibition begins, we will ensure that the works are displayed in an attractive way to look their best.
Our technology is designed to record venue-related information in real-time during the touring exhibition. This information is sent to the surveillance centre monitoring the exhibition, flagging up any issues. The hosting organisation will also be able to report incidents through mobile devices provided by SOIR.EE
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