1. On 26 september Common Knowledge #1 took place in the Belvedere offices in Maastricht. This first edition in the form of a presentation evening served as introduction to the Common Knowledge series which will go on until June 2014.

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  2. Common Knowledge #2 took place on 30 october at the Jan van Eyck academy in Maastricht. It was an impressive and intense discussion evening. Its conclusion: Creatives should work together and benefit from each others’ talent, ideas and network.

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    Video: Kleurstof | Film & Fotografie kleurstof.eu

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  3. Stephen Cashman, author of Thinking BIG! joined the third edition of Common Knowledge as key-note speaker during the Week of Cultural Entrepreneurship at ABK Maastricht.

    Thinking BIG! is Stephen Cashman’s practical guide to marketing strategies for cultural organizations. Within the framework of the Cultural Entrepreneurship Week 2013 at the ABK Maastricht, Common Knowledge collaborated with Creative City Zuyd and invited Stephen Cashman to Maastricht for a lecture and two masterclasses on Thursday 28 November.

    Video: Jere-Me | jere-me.com

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  4. Tired of working at your kitchen table? Missing inspiration? Looking for other professionals to collaborate with? Common Knowledge #4 talks about creating a collective workspace in Maastricht.

    The scene was set with glühwein and christmas lights at contemporary art space The Ridder. Invited as examples and inspiration for the brainstorm were Brecht Soenen, founder of De Dingen in Kortrijk (BE), and Bart Temme of Cuttin’ Class and initiator of Schinkelstraat 13 and Carbon 6 in Heerlen (NL).

    Video by Jeremy van Bedijk | jere-me.com

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  5. Common Knowledge #5 is all about making connections. Whether you are a cultural organization or an independent art professional, networking is your most powerful marketing tool.

    As a young professional in the cultural scene this might seem like a difficult thing, but Common Knowledge #5 lets you broaden your network simply and quickly by speed dating experienced professionals.

    Each has an expertise that could be of interest to you. During the dates you have 5 minutes to ask for advice, pitch an idea or satisfy your curiosity. It’s up to you to find the most interesting connections.

    Presentation
    Claudia Troilo | Donna di oggi | The importance of Networking

    Speed Dates
    Jacques Costongs | Municipal councillor for Culture | Policy and connections
    Marcel van Kasteren | Starterscentrum | Creative entrepreneurship
    Sueli Brodin | Talkin’Business | Editing
    Eva-Katrien Schröder | Betawerk | On-line communication
    Benoît Vanraes | SoAP | Flexible thinking
    Jean-Paul Toonen | T36 | Entrepreneurship
    Floor Schmeitz | F&YOU / FEE Academy| Interdisciplinary & Fashion

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Common Knowledge is a new monthly series that offers a space of exchange for ideas, knowledge and experience supporting your creative entrepreneurship. It connects you to other creative makers and non-makers, and boosts your professional skills through


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