The Artian COMMUNITY
The Art & Tech events series organized by TheArtian are hands-on, real life examples at the intersection of art, technology and entrepreneurship. These events are among the most attended events in Campus Madrid and which expose attendees to new, inspirational, interesting and creative content.
MADRID | Painting, Fashion, and Entrepreneurship Merge
The Artian is happy to be back in Madrid with another special event of our ART X TECH X ENTREPRENEURSHIP series. This time we will host the painter Paco Celorrio, aka Papartus and Arena Martinez, the entrepreneur and fashion designer.
MADRID | Thinking Different: in Art, Science and Entrepreneurship
The Artian is happy to be back in Madrid with another special event of our ART X TECH X ENTREPRENEURSHIP series. This time we will host half a day to present, show, and discuss how artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs think different to challenge our world.
TOKYO | The Artist and The Business – Discovering Invisible Relationships
The Artian is happy to be back in Tokyo with another event of our ART X TECH X ENTREPRENEURSHIP series. This time we will host the Japanese artist and designer KiNG. Since 2000 KiNG has been working in the intersection of art, business, and entrepreneurship. From running her own global fashion design brand to consulting to large companies like Svarovsy, Japan Tabaco and others, KiNG has always brought her unique approach to mix and match different ideas, people and concepts.
MADRID | Inventing a New Musical instrument – an Innovation Journey to Learn From
In our last event, we hosted Madrid-based flutist and researcher Julián Elvira. Elvira has been working in the last 25 years on a new type of flute, a musical instrument which is part of the woodwind group. His incredible journey led him to develop a device that can reshape and invent the way we experience music. His flute is the last step of the modern flute development based on physical and mathematical conclusions of the instrument.
MADRID | Visualizing The Invisible – a Different Approach to Visualization
We are back at Campus Madrid with The Artian Art & Tech event series. This time we will host the artist Laura F. Gibellini. Gibellini is a process-based artist. In her works, she explores the ways to visualize the invisible in life, specifically, air, time, and light. Through analysis and guided talk of her last works, Gibellini will share her perception about the relationship between air, time and light and how such conditions can be made visible.
MADRID | DATA ART - VISUALIZATION AND EXPERIENCE IN A TECHNOLOGICAL ERA
We are excited to announce our next event back at Campus Madrid, A Google Space. This time we will discuss Visualization and Experience in Data with the artist Daniel Canogar, that has been working with technology for more than 20 years.
FROM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO ART
We are excited to be back for a unique event. This event will host artists from Tel-Aviv that move between the worlds of science, technology, and art and will consist of two panels and audience interaction – so get your questions ready!
Campus Creativity Week with Google for Entrepreneurs
We are excited to open 2018 joining forces with Campus Madrid, a Google Space, to host the first Creativity Week – a whole week when artists and entrepreneurs will come together, work together, and have fun together.
ART AND DESIGN AS FOUNDATION OF A COMPANY
After the long and hot Spanish summer, We are Back at Campus Madrid for the last part of 2017. We are excited to have a Carlos Ferrando, founder and CEO of Closca. CLOSCA was born to add a touch of style, design and good taste to both their customers and the cities where they live.
A Creative Life: Architecture, Art and Personal Entrepreneurship LIVE
We are back on Campus Madrid with our Monthly Art & Tech event series and this time we will host Jaime Sicilia. Sicilia is an architect by training, who became an architecture photographer; later on became an entrepreneur and in the recent years he creates art.
Art Time Files (Arte y Archivos Digitales)
In our kick-off event for 2017 we will host Solimán López, the new media artist! López will share with us his research on the meaning of digital and its conceptual application to avant-garde art. In his art, López focuses on the analysis of the applications that technology offers to contemporary creativity and how it must adapt to new means of expression. By listening to López, we will arrive at one conclusion: Avant-garde art is based largely on digital files.
Art & Space: When Artists and Scientists Explore Black Holes
This time we will host S.I.E (Space Interactional Experience) Group – an interdisciplinary art, science, and technology group whose key divulgative concern is to bring people “one step closer” to the immensity of the physical reality perceived through the limits of human knowledge /cognition. In this exciting event, they will talk about what brought them together, and they will present their first project “sound sculpture”!
Innovation and leadership lessons from Leonardo da Vinci and Pablo Picasso
TheArtian.com is back with our monthly Art & Tech events this time we will host Prof. Sandra Comas for a conversation about innovation and leadership though the works of Leonardo da Vince and Pablo Piccaso. da Vinci and Picasso were perpetual innovators, showing us how and what we see.
Technology at The Service of Art
Iñaki Arredondo, CEO & co-founder of Seocnd Canvas, discussed the influence of technology on art. Second Canvas, the online app, provides museums with full content control in multi-device apps, over everything from new temporary or digital exhibits to play&learn games, social conversations, museum information and the details and interactive elements of a gigapixel image.
The Artist as Entrepreneur
This month we are back with a presentation on the artist as entrepreneur by Oscar Gimenez. While we tend to think about artists and entrepreneurs as different communities, they are actually more similar than we think. Entrepreneurs and artists are, in many ways, alike.
Disrupting the Art World: Art Startups
This time we will host three entrepreneurs who are in the mission to disrupt the art world in different ways. Moderated by Andrea Herrada Maíz, Art Professional at AP Gallery, and including Abián R. Zaya, founder & CEO at ITgallery software, Álvaro Almería, co-founder and CEO at LetArt.es, and Enrique del Río founder & CEO at WeCollect Club.
Campus Art Day
#CampusArtDay in collaboration with Campus Madrid and Yorokobu, the creativity and innovation magazine. Artists painting the walls, Google new Virtual Reality painting tool, and a talk by Pablo Rubio, owner and creative Director of Erretres, The Strategic Design Company on “How Art Inspires Branding Experiences in a the Business World”.