We’re looking for talented creators. Apply to join Chase now!
Chase is a group of digital creators with a love for hip-hop culture. We make videos, photos, articles and social stories on music, lifestyle, creatives and society. Are you a motivated creator with an interest in those topics? Are you looking for a platform to showcase your digital talents? Chase might be the ideal environment for you to gain some experience and meet other digital creators.
Photos by Helena Verheye & Yaqine Hamzaoui
Through our feedback, coaching and workshops, you’ll learn things school didn’t tell you about the ever-changing digital world. First of all, you’ll connect with like-minded creators, artists, managers and promoters. You'll also get access to concerts, events and exhibitions to create online stories, take pictures or shoot video.
Be aware that we do not offer any financial payment at this point of the process. Although when you mastered your skills, there's a chance that you'll get paid assignments through our agency Chase Creative. Our agency works together with companies such as FOX TV, Xite, Red Bull and many others.
In return we expect you to have a regular engagement, that you fulfil commitments and deadlines and help promote our platform. Apply now as places are limited! If you’re selected, we'll invite you to an editorial meeting or to the intake days in Ghent or Hasselt. See you soon?
If you're rather looking for an internship at Chase, we often welcome engaged students who can join our team for a period of 6 weeks at least. Check out our internship page.
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TURNING COAL INTO GOLD: A conversation with creatives in Genk
Genk is a city with many faces, literally. The second biggest city of Limburg counts 64.118 inhabitants and about 105 nationalities. Meanwhile, 1 in 4 children is born into a family struggling with poverty and 1 in 5 quits school before getting a secondary diploma. While the youth may experience some difficulties growing up, many turn their experiences into creative energy. We're taking a closer look at some of the local creatives in this first part of our two-part mini-documentary.