Today we are interviewing Julie and Charlotte of D’Un Comme Un Accord! Julie is a hair stylist, and Charlotte is a fashion designer and seamstress. Their shop, located in El Born, was designed to combine hair, art, and fashion. D’Un Comme Un Accord is an organic hairdressing salon, an artisan fashion shop and a space dedicated to the art of all kinds. There you can also find the collections of the brand D’Un Comme Un Accord, and other items to round out the collection. Their services are tailored to each customer’s needs as well, offering personalised advice, and touch-ups. Overall, their philosophy is to focus on quality and creativity.
This week we interviewed Kiran Maverick, founder of ‘I am Tomorrow’ and August Fest. We discussed the first edition of the ‘I am Tomorrow’ conference that took place in Barcelona. The conference is meant to bring together women from multiple fields, including science and tech, arts, sports, and others. We are looking forward to being at the next one in London on 14th September, where we will be hosting a panel discussion with some of the speakers! Future events of I am Tomorrow will take place in London, Prague, Lisbon, Istanbul, and Cluj.
Today on Guiri On The Grid, we are talking to the artist behind El Dios De Los Tres, Javier Navarro. Javier is an artist and illustrator based out of Madrid and Barcelona. He is considered a multidisciplinary artist, who likes to create images, symbols, aesthetics and stories from his particular vibrant colourful world with a surrealist and baroque style.
More than 123 000 people attended Sonar in Barcelona this year, breaking the festival’s previous record of 115,000 in 2016.
Today on the show we are talking to Priscilla Lavoie, the CEO of Bida, a subscription-based app that provides users with one free drink a day at different bars all around Barcelona.
This week we are speaking with Lucy Beckwith, co-creator of YO/MU. YO/MU is the innovative experience that fuses the balance of yoga with the healing and energizing elements as live music. While the live music provides the perfect way to get out of your own head, yoga provides an excellent form of expression and exercise. In her classes, Lucy combines her own style of dance like vinyasa sequence with co-creator, composer and cellist Pepe Arias’s fusion of electronic beats and live cello.
Today we are talking about the Art Bike Tours in Barcelona, a unique and relaxed way to see the city and the galleries it has to offer. Our guest is Duda Faria, co-founder of Art Bike Tours. Originally from Brazil, she started this business with two Barcelona locals as a way to offer visitors and locals alike a way to see amazing art in a genuine way. The tour is offered on three different routes and six different languages. Tour-goers can choose between Montjuic and Raval, Eixample, and Ciutat Vella, each with its own unique gallery spaces.
To find out more about the tours visit artbiketour.com
Today on People On The Grid we are speaking with Carla Teixeira, an Organization Manager with CreativeMornings. She is also a Designer and Project Manager with Silver Spoon, a gastronomic brand experience agency based in Copenhagen that operates internationally, and their brand Guerrilla Dining. Carla offers development of creative concepts and design of exclusive pop-ups, gastronomic experiences, destined to companies, hotels, and restaurants.
Today on the show we will be talking about music intelligence and real-time marketing which Jeff Bacon’s innovative record label and publisher, Utopia House. From London, UK, Jeff went to the University of Reading and now lives in Barcelona.
Today we are talking with Sue Flack, director and actress at Escapade Theatre Company, and the new production entitled 1984 (Big Brother is watching you). An accomplished alumna of the London Drama Centre, Sue Flack has worked extensively as an actress and presenter with the BBC, ITV and Channel 4.