How creative professionals are responding to the pandemic
What is the CREATIVE ECONOMY WEEK?
Our journey started in 2019 as a series of events where artists, entrepreneurs and professionals all engage in an exchange of insight, showcasing the ways in which creativity plays an active role in different lines of work across industries, beyond the arts.
With a simple mission of helping creative people do creative things, we create pathways towards industry opportunities by organising competitions, design sprints, art exhibitions, workshops and many other creative experiences.
Working as a non-profit team, we are always on the lookout for new ideas and initiatives to support the rise of the creative community in Brunei.
We work with people who do amazing things for their communities.
From universities to NGO's, gig-workers to corporate entities, our community is passionate and their impact is wide-reaching. Read more about their work:
Progresif is on a mission to be a catalyst for change in the communications, digital, media and lifestyle sectors focused on enhancing quality of life and supporting economic growth in Brunei. Through the development of profitable, long-term, products and services, including cellular devices and services, nationwide Wi-Fi access points, mobile and fixed broadband internet, and enterprise connectivity. https://progresif.com/about/
MeshMinds, a UN Partner, is a leading creative technology studio and provider of impactful, immersive and engaging experiences. https://www.meshminds.com/studio
Ketemu Project is made up of artists, cultural managers, designers, educators and curators, focused on developing socially conscious interactions in art. https://ketemu.org
Avenue 41 is where your finest ideas can be celebrated. Exhibit, host or gather - it’s an avenue where all forms of perspectives are appreciated, and you're free to tinker with it until you've built your own little universe. https://www.instagram.com/avenue.41/?hl=en