Hallo Berlin—Designer Lecture Series

We hope you enjoyed this exciting online Designer Lecture Series, hosted by Gloria Kondrup, Executive Director, Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography; Kristine Bowne, Vice President, Professional Development/Industry Engagement; and Rob Ball, ArtCenter Professor and Managing Director, ArtCenter Berlin.

Hallo Berlin highlighted creative leaders based in Berlin, a global hub of industry, art and design. In partnership with HMCT/ArtCenter and our satellite studio, ArtCenter Berlin, the Hallo Berlin program shared the insights of Berlin’s creative industry, entrepreneurship, and design-thought leadership.

ArtCenter Berlin, a satellite studio providing students with an immersive design experience in a city known for re-invention, promotes creative entrepreneurship-related programming, professional education workshops, and networking events for European-based alumnae, industry leaders, and friends.

Past lectures
December 1 Designing Community: Catherine Bischoff, Chief Relationship Officer, Factory Berlin, in conversation with Kristine Bowne, Vice President, Professional Development and Industry Engagement, ArtCenter College of Design. The Factory Berlin community is founded on collaboration. Learn how Catherine and her team curate community, build strategic creative collisions, and create space for invention.
November 24 Designing Complexity: Magdalena Paluch and Maggie Hendrie
Magdalena Paluch (ArtCenter alumna and CEO of LabTwin, a med-tech startup based in Berlin) in conversation with Maggie Hendrie, Department Chair, Media Design Practices and Interaction Design, ArtCenter College of Design.
November 17 Designing Disruption with Tino Klähne, Head of Strategic Design, Lufthansa Innovation Hub.

To view these webinars, visit our YouTube channel.

For more information on ArtCenter Berlin: artcenterberlin.net.





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