The XXIII Festival of the Clube de Criativos de Portugal (CCP), which takes place between the 21st of September and the 1st of October, will have several in-person activities and others in a hybrid format.
The big news for this year’s festival are the Labor and Cognac get-togethers, held at The House of Hope and Dreams, which will be followed by a dinner created by two chefs, with a maximum limit of 50 people per get-together. “The internationalization of Portuguese work”, “How to attract and retain talent”, “How to get more women in creative leadership” and “How to organize new work teams in a post-pandemic world” are the mottos for the four meetings that take place in person , between the 27th and the 30th of September. The CCP will publish a paper with the content of the conversations.
In ETIC’s Atmospheres space, in-person voting takes place. Jury group voting takes place in a mixed format. Groups are invited to meet in person at ETIC, but judges can choose to participate via Zoom.
On the last day of voting (September 23) the presidents of the jury Luciana Cani (AKQA Portland), Pedro Pires (Solid Dogma), Cláudia Cristóvão (Google Brand Studio/APAC Tokyo), Nuno Cardoso (Nossa), Augusto Fraga (Krypton) and Rodrigo Albuquerque (Arena Media) present six different views on brands and creativity in times of change. Entry to the space will be paid, but the event will be broadcast online on the CCP website.
The gala takes place on the 1st of October in a hybrid format. In addition to being broadcast live on the CCP website, it will have the physical presence of some judges and award-winners.
Ilustra 33, curated by Jorge Silva, will have an online exhibition. The Ilustra Hackathon, in which the participants are Illustration students from various educational institutions in Portugal, will take place online.
To participate in on-site events, it is mandatory to present a digital certificate or a negative antigen test with a laboratory report, carried out within the previous 48 hours.
“This is not a year for crowds, but it’s important that we get back together to celebrate creativity and provide a stage for those who work every day to do well and better. We chose to make a festival of smaller, more intimate formats. We feel that this is what this moment asks for, this and the opportunity to learn from each other. We hope that more people think like us and get together”, says Susana Albuquerque, president of the CCP, in a press release.
This year’s edition of the CCP festival has 955 works in competition in seven categories.
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