OFFF Sevilla


A project by
OFFF and Agostadero

OFFF Sevilla is a project by OFFF and Agostadero, where projects from the cultural and creative soil such as SURNAMES, Caótica, Tertulia and La Urdimbre connect, organized with ICAS Ayuntamiento de Sevilla, in partnership with SMartib, with the collaboration of CEADE, Cruzcampo, PixartPrinting, Montana Sevilla, Maclein y Parker, Hablaworld, We are knitters, Diseñadero, Nissan Divesan and Renfe, with the support by LAB Sevilla, Machodominante, AAD, Yo soy tu chapa and Garabattagge ilustra and the media partners JotDown and Yorokobu.



OFFF, a way of life

Over a decade ago, OFFF Barcelona was born as an event. Today, OFFF is a way of life. OFFF Festival hosts innovative and international talents to share their insightful experiences. It’s the key meeting point for artists and creative minds from all around the world to unite, collaborate and share their passion. OFFF is a community inviting all those whom are eager to learn to participate and get inspired in a journey of conferences, workshops, activities and performances. It is a platform in which artists reveal their work process and demonstrate the importance of the creative industry. OFFF takes place in the heart of Barcelona annually, while it tours the world as OFFF on Tour.

OFFF Sevilla is the first Andalusian date of these itinerant encounters and is the reference in the south of Spain. A place to connect, grow and inspire people through creativity and interdisciplinarity for collaboration opportunities between Sevillian, Andalusian professionals, artists and the OFFF international network. The interest lies in the ability of OFFF to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas and projects between different artistic collectives. OFFF Sevilla will serve to reinforce and strengthen the creative and business fabric.



OFFF Sevilla's venue

Casino de la Exposición is the perfect space for OFFF, an example of how tradition and avant-garde come together in Seville. It reminds to other locations of the OFFF's recent past such as the Fundição de Oeiras (Lisbon) or the Grande Halle de La Villette (Paris). Placed in a privileged place, at the gates of María Luisa Park, it was built to house the Sevillian Pavilion during the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.

Today it is a reference spot for cultures, along with the Lope de Vega Theater. Both house the two most important events of the city, with a vast international projection: Seville's European Film Festival and the Flamenco Biennial. From now on it will also become a reference for the worlds of art and technology: 4 days, 12 conferences and 2 workshops, plus creative meetings, mercadillo, installations, music shows and DJ sets at its Dome and Gardens. A vibrant meeting point for artists, creatives, visionaries and entrepreneurs2.



The campaign and titles, long awaited by the international creative scene on every OFFF and OFFF On Tour dates, are being developed by a bunch of local artists, working together to highlight the connections of the Andalusian creative scene. It's a project coordinated and developed under the art direction of visual artist and director Javier Vila and Surnames, Narradores Transmedia, working alongside designer Ale Rojas's LAB Sevilla studio and the support of designers and illustrators Ellen Britton and Jennifer Mae Spooner, Apartamento's designer and web developer Fernando de la Vega, director of photography Antonio Galisteo and photographer David J. Fonseca, director and post-production artist Daniel Strömbeck, and musicians such as Miguel Marín and proyectoeLe, among others.

A project by

OFFF y Agostadero

where projects from the cultural and creative soil such as 
SURNAMES, Caótica, Tertulia y La Urdimbre connect

Organized with






Supported by


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