Ladies, Wine & Design

Ladies, Wine &
Design

A Movement
Started By Jessica Walsh

Copenhagen Chapter
Hosted By
Harley Nanfeld Foged

Ladies, Wine & Design_CPH sees itself as a monthly fireplace, which creates a space for women to be free, open and inspired. It's about exchanging ideas, making new contacts and promoting one another. We talk about design, professional structures but also the everyday life that happens between all of this. Everyone who is or wants to come into contact with the creative industry is welcome. Participation is free, registration via biletto required (first come, first serve).

January Open Call

Jan | “OPEN CALL”: Revival of the Copenhagen Chapter. We are reviving the Copenhagen Chapter by putting together a new team of ladies to shape the future of the danish movement. If you are interested contact us and write a little about yourself and why you want to join.

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February Failing with style

Feb 11th | “FAILING WITH STYLE”: A Conversation About Making Mistakes And Growing While Getting Up. Making mistakes and falling is more relevant than ever while the epidemic is holding the world in a lockdown. Lil'ol'lady Julie Katrine Anderse, Graphic Designer, Creatrice and Design Speaker will speak about finding the courage to looking up while lying down.

Join LW&D Copenhagen for an evening of inspiring talks and virtual networking.

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Opening Soon

Ladies*, Wine** & Design is a global non-profit initiative with chapters in 280 cities worldwide. LW&D was founded in 2015 by Jessica Walsh after this happened. Only .1% of creative agencies are founded by women & non-binary people, and the numbers are even smaller for women/non-binary BIPOC. Our mission is to see more diversity in the creative industry, especially within leadership roles. LW&D takes an intersectional approach to this work. We offer free mentorship circles, portfolio reviews, talks & creative meetups for underrepresented creatives.

*Our space is inclusive of all women, non-binary, agender and gender non-conforming people. Self-definition is at the sole discretion of that individual. If you feel you could benefit from a space meant for people who do not identify as cis men to share ideas and collaborate, you are welcome. **Alcohol is entirely optional; you can drink tea, coffee, or whatever you like!

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