The Talent Night will deliver the prizes to new creators, this Wednesday.
Seven categories will be awarded: 2D and 3D Design, Healthy Food, Commerce, Environment, Mobility and Tourism.
It will also be recognized with Prizes of Honor for the best patron and for the best solidarity project.
The presentation of the Talent Awards convened by the Welcome Talent Society will be this Wednesday, July 4, at eight in the evening, during a gala dinner supporter sponsored by Grupo Ametller Origen in the gardens of Sant Pau Modernist enclosure (Carrer Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167. Barcelona).
The purpose of this Talent Night, presented by Icelandic singer Halldór Mar Katalonski and journalist and writer Albert Torras, and which is full of surprises, is to become a meeting and networking space for creators, sponsors, patrons , academic world, authorities and professionals that stimulate creative ideas and enhance the capacity for initiative and entrepreneurship of Catalans.
In this fourth edition awards are awarded for seven categories, with an economic grant of 2,000 euros. Those of Industrial Design 3D-object singular, Graphic Design 2D-souvenir and Innovation of Healthy Food-Origin were open to the free concurrence of people over 18 years. In the case of the two design awards, the works presented had to be inspired by the work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner, the author of the modernist Sant Pau Hospital.
On the other hand, the other four prizes -Committee, Environment, Mobility and Tourism-have been awarded by the respective juries among a list of candidates proposed by experts from each of the sectors.
Other personalities will also receive prizes in recognition of their professional career in each of these seven categories.
In addition, two prizes of honor will be awarded to honor the best patron and the best solidarity project.
All the winners will also receive a sculpture designed by the artist Helena Agustí Maragall that evokes the modernist imprint of Barcelona.
The awards are sponsored by the Generalitat of Catalonia, the Catalan Tourism Agency, the Diputació de Barcelona, the Catalan Railways, Ametller Origen, Barcelona Oberta, the Modernist Center of Sant Pau, the Melchor Colet Foundation, the Dinners that Matter and the ARA newspaper.
With these awards we want to establish some very necessary synergies for Barcelona and Catalonia, to link successful projects, promote academic debate, get support for innovative projects and work on lines of patronage and reinvestment in our talent.
The collection of the Night of Talent is aimed at the Welcome Talent Society in order to improve the award of awards in successive editions and to carry out the exhibition La Llum de Catalunya around the world after its inauguration in Barcelona and the current exhibition in Brussels. In addition, a microswitching line has been opened through Verkami.
More information: www.premistalent.barcelona