• Category:Design
  • Place:Online
  • Date: 09.12.2020
  • Time:11 am CET
  • Co-organiser:Ornamo Art and Design Finland, Institut Finlandais (The Finnish Institute in France), Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux
  • More information:at the Finnish Institute in Germany: Mikaela Mäkelä, project coordinator, phone +49-159-06 46 30 23
  • Email:mikaela.makela@finstitut.de
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Making the Market: How to make international connections?

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Multidisciplinary artist Man Yau
Design and business executive Mirkku Kullberg
Moderated by the director and co-founder of Vienna Design Week Lilli Hollein

“Through multidisciplinary work, I have almost spontaneously established a rather extensive international network.”  –  Man Yau

The talk dives into the anatomy of successful and meaningful international networking. Where and how are new connections and collaborations created, and how do new contacts turn into long-lasting partnerships?

Making the Market, a joint venture by Ornamo Art and Design Finland and the Finnish Institutes in Germany, in France and for the Benelux, calls for curiosity and connection in a globally networked design world. Through exhibitions, discussions and guidebooks, Making the Market brings together professionals, practitioners and visionary thinkers of art and design with an aim to create new opportunities and global partnerships.

Please register: https://bit.ly/39dP11h


Making the Market: Lunch Break Talks is a series of online discussions that seek to facilitate new insights into the next generation of art and design markets. In these times of lockdown and isolation we look for new solutions, idea-sharing and best practice examples.

Upcoming Lunch Break Talks:
20.1.2021: Effective PR & Marketing
10.2.2021: Crisis Creates Changes

Making the Market is supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.

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