Generosity as a Business Model - The Steunbeer Cooperative

Felipe Ignacio Noriega, by Co Broerse
  • event type:Classical:NEXT 15 conference
  • date:22 May 2015
  • time:14:00 - 14:45
  • city/area:Rotterdam
  • venue:De Doelen - Mees Zaal
  • country:Netherlands
  • event submitted by:Piranha Arts

A Roundtable mentoring session with:

Felipe Ignacio Noriega (Mexico/The Netherlands)
Composer

Business and funding are difficult issues in the arts and specifically for young professionals. They are a necessity at Steunbeer. We see culture as a very unique business in comparison to other sectors. We look at the similarities but also at the special characteristics that cultural businesses have. Funding is a necessity that we can overcome together based on generosity and collectivity: acknowledging each other instead of only nurturing our individual careers.

Biography;

Felipe Ignacio Noriega:
Co-founder of Steunbeer, Amsterdam Chamber Opera, Bo is Burning and DTMF Signaling – groups associated with podium art, looking for innovative forms of inter-disciplinary collaboration and dramaturgical narrative. Felipe graduated cum laude from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and has been awarded the Young Art Fund Amsterdam 2015.

Photo by Co Broerse