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Nick Gade Art bliver Mariagerpartner ved Political Festival of Europe

Nick Gade åbnede for et år siden Galleri Nick Gade, et lyst og stemningsfyldt galleri beliggende centralt i Mariagers brostensbelagte bymidte. Egentligt havde han galleri i Randers, men da han en dag besøgte byen, vidste han med det samme at han kunne se sig selv i Mariager.

Nick ser frem til Political Festival of Europe, og glæder sig særligt over Festivalens formål om at skabe dialog og fællesskab på tværs af landegrænser.

Nu er jeg jo ikke selv i det politiske hjørne, men det faktum at vi mødes om noget, og kan berige hinanden - tænker jeg - er essensen for at vi kan løfte os alle sammen til et højere sted.

Som erhvervsdrivende glæder Nick sig over muligheden for at vise sit galleri frem til et bredere publikum, og til det fællesskab som Festivalen kan skabe.

Political Festival of Europe løber af stablen mellem 25. – 28. august denne sommer, og forventer at byde 10 000 daglige besøgende velkommen.

Udover at være Mariagerpartner på Festivalen har Nick også vist sin støtte ved at designe en Political Festival of Europe-plakat, som kan købes i galleriet og på hjemmesiden. Han glæder sig til fire spændende dage med berigende kulturmøder, og håber at plakaterne bliver taget godt imod.

Jan Bertelsen, CEO for Political Festival of Europe, sætter stor pris på det lokale engagement og de stolte Mariagerpartnere, der bidrager til Festivalens succes.

Festivalplakaterne fås med tre forskellige udtryk, som kan udsmykke de europæiske hjem.

Political Festival of Europe/Det Europæiske Folkemøde er en årlig festival, der fejrer demokratiet og er platform for den demokratiske samtale. På Festivalen vil vi diskutere de mest presserende emner på den europæiske dagsorden. Udover de mange politiske events, vil Festivalen være et sted hvor deltagerne kan opleve musik, kultur, mad og drikke fra hele Europa.

Følg med i Folkemødets udvikling og nyheder på sociale medier, #PFOE2022 og i det månedlige nyhedsbrev.

Nick Gade Art becomes Mariager Partner at Political Festival of Europe

One year ago, Nick Gade opened Galleri Nick Gade, a bright and atmospheric gallery located centrally in Mariager’s cobblestoned town square. He formerly owned a gallery in nearby Randers, but a visit to the beautiful town of Mariager quickly convinced him that this was where he wanted to be.

Nick is looking forward to the Political Festival of Europe, and is especially supportive of the Festival’s goal of creating dialogue and unity across national borders:

Now, I'm not politically engaged myself, but the fact that we can come together and enrich each other, I believe is quintessential for us all to be able to lift ourselves to a higher place and to feel better.

As a business owner, Nick welcomes the opportunity to show off his gallery to a wider audience and looks forward to the sense of community that the Festival will create. Political Festival of Europe will take place between 25 – 28 August, this summer, and expects to welcome 10 000 daily visitors to the Festival’s many events, where guests will also have the opportunity to experience hills, forests, the fjord as well as the culture and history of Mariager and its surrounding areas.

In addition to being a Mariager Partner at the Festival, Nick has also shown his support by designing a Political Festival of Europe poster, which can be purchased on his website and in his gallery. He is looking forward to four exciting days with good energy and enriching cultural exchanges and hopes that the posters will help to support the event.

Do you too want to support Political Festival of Europe through a Mariager Partnership or other sponsorship opportunities? Do not hesitate to contact us at info@pfoe.org. 

Political Festival of Europe is an annual democracy festival that serves as a platform for democratic dialogue about the most pressing issue on the European agenda. Aside from hosting political events, the Festival is also a place of festivities that celebrates the rich and diverse culture and heritage of Europe. 

Follow the Festival’s progress and news on the different social media channels and through the monthly newsletter

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