Ace & Tate has been busy expanding the breadth of the brand by exploring the boundless creative world. As a company that is passionate about aesthetic, the in-trend eyewear label has created its very own Creative Fund: a platform encouraging all things (quality) arty. In line with this ideal, the fund is hosting a full day of informative art and design talks in Amsterdam this coming weekend—whilst running an exhibition by its first funded artist.
The line-up boasts a variety of international speakers to cover all areas that come under the ‘art’ moniker, including Jamie McIntyre, senior art director at It’s Nice That, visual artist Greg Barth, Emilia van Lynden, head of artistic affairs at Unseen, and photographer / Glamcult contributor Hayley Louisa Brown.
The first beneficiary of the Ace & Tate Creative Fund is experimental photographer Lucas Hardonk. A passion for experimenting and an instinct to cross the boundaries of his discipline inform every aspect of this photographer’s captivating imagery. Stop by to see his work in the flesh, and discover his voyage through space and time at the Bright Side Gallery.
Ready to join this innovative journey? To check availability for the Creative Talks, head over to the Ace & Tate Creative Fund website to sign up—or to apply for support for your own exciting ideas!