Open Spaces! Artists Connecting Free Spaces and Open Societies

Saturday, Sep 7
13:00 — 15:00

Open Spaces! Artists Connecting Free Spaces and Open Societies

This session is part of Techfestival: a 3-day festival in Copenhagen with 200+ events on humans and technology.
Interested? Great! Register to let us know you’re joining.

We envision a new economy based on sharing spaces!

By connecting artists and FADAA patrons, we increase connections, freedom and open societies. We cultivate environments where creativity thrives. Through FADAA, empty spaces around the world are reanimated by art and those who support them.

We thrive to create transformative possibilities for creatives by connecting them to individual supporters of art.

Are you interested in the convergence of Tech and Art, and how tech can be used for civic engagement, art and community building? Join our session to find out how a World-class artist with a large digital presence and engagement is building a platform for artists all over the world to help them access physical spaces and connect with other artists.

Come and contribute your ideas for how our mobile app can connect donors and donate space to artists in need. Join the open dialogue with the founders, UX designers, coders and app builders who will facilitate the conversation around innovative tools that will help Fadaa reach millions globally.

Register here


Kahlid Albaih (SDN)

Artist and political cartoonist, currently lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark where he is the International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) PEN Artist-in-Residence. Khalid is an inaugural Soros Arts Fellow and was the 2016 Oak Fellow at the Oak Institute for the Study of International Human Rights at Colby College in Maine.

Elkhair Balla (US)

Business strategist, currently lives and works in New York where he heads up 3K Strategy, a cultural arts focused strategy agency.  Elkhair’s work experience spans Investment Banking, Tech Startups and entrepreneurship. He is a graduate of Morehouse College and the Stern School of Business at NYU.

Pierre Depaz (FR)

Educator, artist and programmer from France.  Pierre is currently lecturing at NYU Berlin and Sciences Po Paris.

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