CREATORS PROJECT YEAR ONE
The inaugural Creators Project event took place in New York back in June. Since then it's traveled the world going to London, Sao Paulo, Seoul and now Beijing for its finale a three day party. Each event has been a unique experience tailored to the different cities, but all have been a showcase for the talents of the creators involved in the project.
To celebrate Year One we've taken over the 798 Space in Beijing, a huge space at the cultural heart of the city. The events start on Friday 17 September and continue over the weekend until Sunday. Each day from 10AM to 1PM you can come along and see the exhibits. And on Saturday from 2PM they'll be a massive party with 1200 people watching performances from Major Lazer, CSS, New Pants, and loads more, finishing at 2AM. If you're anywhere near Beijing come down to the Dashanzi Art District and come find us.
So that'll be Year One over with then, but it's not the end. Check The Creators Project website to find out where we'll be taking the project next.
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