In this week’s People On The Grid, we met with Sydney Pinoy Peyronnet, founder of the Neuros Center, a unique clinical space in the city of Barcelona. He explains the services offered to their clients, which focus on the person.
In this People On The Grid, we got together with Harry Davies, a multimedia journalist who has worked in the past with The Independent and BBC. With him, we talked about the difference between traditional and emerging media. We also talked about how exactly the online media industry works.
In this “People on the Grid,” we chatted with Ana Manzanedo, Bridge Builder and Barcelona Connecter for Ouishare. She explained to us how Ouishare connects people and accelerates projects for systemic change. We also learned about Ouishare’s missions to build and nurture a collaborative society by connecting people, organizations and ideas around openness, fairness, and trust. […]
This week on People On The Grid, we met with Dr. Anna Bach Faig, a Professor of Public Health Nutrition at the Open University of Catalonia. Starting as a pharmacist, she explains to us how quickly she developed an interest in the relationship between food and well-being.
In this People On The Grid, we chatted with Barbara Aurell, Founder and Director of Espacio en Blanco, which is a creative interior design studio for residential and commercial spaces. Barbara discusses her art exhibition “Movimiento en Blanco” which is holding its 57th edition tonight, November 17th!
In this week’s, People On The Grid Podcast, we chatted with Pablo Bermejo and Baptiste Vilanova from La Moodstore, which is concept store involving design, drinking and eating. It’s a great hidden place to be discovered in the El Born barrio.
In this People On The Grid, we met with Jenna Mann, who chatted with us about Art Therapy, a therapeutic process that uses art as a tool for a means of expression. She discussed the stigmatization surrounding mental illness, and how making alternative therapies, such as art therapy, more accessible to a broad range of people helps in breaking stigmas world wide.
In this, People On The Grid, we chatted with Steven Pineda and Héléa Khaizourane from Pentagon Wave, a social enterprise that aims to level cultures and to unit generations for greater experiences in life. They developed Enquiry, which can be described as the union of different fields to help conflict resolution and mental balance. It is a powerful tool in the form of a card game that can create experiences of peace, respect, and acceptance and it aims to build the future generation of warriors of peace.
In this, People On The Grid, we chatted with Anna Mastrolitto and Michelle Hardiman from Cinematic Tales, an event concept produced by LiveSoundtracks and Short&Sweet. Anna and Michelle discuss how the event came to be. As well as their common dreams and aspirations: to educate, inspire and empower through the medium of film, video-art and audio-visual concepts.