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Loeries Exhibition Heads to Bloemfontein

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Global creative excellence to inspire local people

Loeries Exhibition Heads to  Bloemfontein

Around the world, creativity has become an engine of economic growth, which is why the vision for Bloemfontein includes a major focus on innovation. The Loeries Exhibition at the Oliewenhuis Museum is the perfect opportunity for Bloemfontein residents to be inspired by the best creative work from our region.  


Hosted by the Oliewenhuis Museum from October 7-11 2013, the exhibition has become a regular fixture on the local calendar. 


“The creative industries have historically been focused on major cities, but creative talent can come from anywhere,” says Andrew Human, CEO of the Loeries. “Creativity can power economic growth wherever it is found, so inspiring people across the country is vital. The Loeries Exhibition is a very important part of our programme to promote the value that creativity adds.”


The Loeries Exhibition travels throughout South Africa and to international destinations, stopping at educational institutions, expos, museums and public spaces with the aim to inspire and educate. The work on show depicts innovative campaigns for winning brands across an array of disciplines, including architecture, publication design, PR communication, live events, TV, radio, print, digital and more. 


Loeries Exhibition at Oliewenhuis Museum, Bloemfontein Dates: 7 – 11 October 2013
Contact Person: Karen Marais
Tel: +27 51 011 0525

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Categories: Sports and Leisure, Events, Mon, 30 Sep 2013 09:52:17 GMT