Ladies, Wine &
Started By Jessica Walsh
Copenhagen – Chapter leaders
Harley Nanfeld Foged
Katrine Rosendal Hayden
& Signe Jacobsen
Monthly events connecting creative women* in Copenhagen. It's about exchanging ideas, making new contacts and promoting one another. We talk about a wide variety of topics relating to creativity, business, and life. If you’re a female* creative and would like to join visit our community at LinkedIn, or stay updated on Facebook or follow us on Instagram. Additionally, please get in touch if you'd like to collaborate, host us in your space, teach a workshop, or be a guest speaker. Reach out on Iwdcopenhagen@gmail.com
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Street art tour - 14. August '22, 17.30-19.30
7# Discover the hidden street art in CPH
This event will forever change your perspective on the streets you think you know so well. Our summer special will be a guided street art tour with wine! Walking through the streets of Copenhagen in the company of an art historian unfolding the hidden famous artists of the street-art scene. You will also have the chance to learn about more unknown artists, slightly older art and a few touches on urban planning and landscape architecture.
Talk - 8. June '22, 19.00 - 20.30
6# Tiger leaps & Family Crests
The tour will start at Kapelvej 44 and end at Bolsjefabrikken, with a little workshop on how to do streetart yourself!
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Katinka Bukh, art director for Weekendavisen, will talk about the dead ends we as designers run into when we are stereotyped and put into boxes. About tiger leaps and hard landings.
Exlusive conversation salon Night - 11. May '22, 19.00-21.00
She will tell the story of a redesign that involved a bear changing colour and an eccentric but charming editorial staff.
A redesign that won the title of the most beautiful newspaper in the world.
10 rules to create fearless creativity. What creatives do to stay in flow!
Talk - 20. April '22, 19.00-20.30
4# Rør ved fremtiden
Matilde Digmann is a multidisciplinary artist who distilled 10 rules on how to live a happy creative life. After many conversations with creatives and artist she discovered that many of them are opposite to the rules we are brought up to believe about productivity.
This will be an intimate conversation salon for a few ladies. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, profession and why you want to join, to get a ticket.
Et indblik i scenarie- og oplevelsesdesign
Talk - 23. Februar '22, 19.00-20.30
Fremtiden er fuldstændig ubegribelig. Ikke desto mindre - eller måske netop derfor - er det yderst vigtigt at vi forholder os til den. Scenariebaseret design kan anvendes som værktøj til at bygge organisationer, der er fleksible og forandringsparate og metoden giver mulighed for at træffe bedre beslutninger lige her og nu.
Hvordan kan du som kvinde tage ejerskab og kontrol over din egen økonomi? Kvinder kan have stor indflydelse på hvordan vi kan stille os selv økonomisk stærkere.
Conversation Salon – Going freelance
Det starter med at vi begynder at interessere os for og tale mere om penge samt bliver mere risikovillige. Et af de områder vi helt sikkert kan blive endnu bedre til er lønforhandling. Det er også den hurtigste og mest effektive måde at lukke det nuværende ”Pay Gap” på.
We are starting a networking group, to help freelancers find their way as independent creatives. The group will be a space for you to exchange experiences and knowledge: about salaries, client handling, cost estimates and everything else
Talk - 8. December '21, 19.00-20.30
2# Why we build a feministic company
Send us an email at email@example.com with a short description of yourself and why you want to join.
Talk - 24. November '21, 19.00 - 20.30
#1 You should smile more
Equal office hours?
And no work every second friday?
This is the reality at the gaming studio Triple Topping.
Astrid Refstrup is CEO of the copenhagen-based feminist gaming studio which beliefs in transparency and equality. She will share the Triple Topping public handbook, and the commitments they take to end the gender gap in the games industry.
Design speaker and graphic designer, Julie Katrine Andersen, will reflect philosophically and scientifically about the dark sides of creativity.
Winter/Spring program '21
Creativity is seen as an attractive character trait and a necessary competence in the future workplace. But is creativity really such a bed of roses?
Be a part of the reviving the Copenhagen Chapter! We are putting together a new team of ladies to shape the future of the danish movement.
Ladies, Wine & Design - Copenhagen 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, creativity and professional structures and the everyday life that happens between all of this. Everyone who is or wants to come into contact with the creative industry is welcome. All events require a small donation for the first glas of wine** and registration via billetto.com.
*Our events are open for all, but we focus on promoting and presenting female (trans or cis) and non-binary creatives.
**Alcohol is entirely optional; We also provide tea, coffee and soda
We’re always interested in getting to know driven and inspired people who want to help us bring LW&D Copenhagen forward. We’ve got great ambitions for LW&D Copenhagen and need a lot of driven and inspired people to achieve them. As a volunteer in LW&D Copenhagen you get to try out your ideas, meet new people in the industry and gain experience in volunteer work, organizing and design. We’d love to hear from you! Send your application to Iwdcopenhagen@gmail.com