Oriol Pastor Creus

Oriol Pastor Creus

Oriol Pastor studied economics and holds a postgraduate course in the cultural industry. He previously worked for Accenture, Deloitte and Pirelli.
In 2011, Oriol founded the MIRA Festival; a digital arts festival based on 3 areas: exhibition, dissemination and education, which is held annually in Barcelona and Berlin. Focusing on new trends in digital culture and technology, the festival presents a program consisting of audiovisual shows in traditional and full-dome formats, digital art facilities, 3D sound shows, conferences, presentations and workshops. The MIRA won the award for the most innovative festival in Catalonia in 2013.
Currently, among other projects, he is the curator of the Llumbcn festival, organized by the Barcelona City Council.
In the last years, Oriol has taught in some universities in event management, planning and strategic thinking in the cultural field, as well as advising some public institutions. He currently coordinates the Degree in Digital Arts at La Salle - URL.
In 2017 he founded Eventtrade, a market and a community based on the circular economy that allows the exchange of production materials between cultural organizations and the creative industry.
In 2019 he co-founded Ideal, the Digital Arts Center of Barcelona, located in Poblenou.