Ladies, Wine & Design

Ladies, Wine &
a bit of Design
Nuremberg

A conversation series founded by Jessica Walsh
hosted by Christina Apel, Selena Gurdal and Giada Tagliamonte

An event-series empowering and supporting creative ladies & non-binaries in the greater Nuremberg area. Held monthly to bimonthly with varying topics we´re working on creating a space for mentoring, portfolio reviews and all other (daring) questions you´ve never discussed. If you are a creative and want to join, email us here.

March 14th, 7pm Highly confident

As women tend to only stand up for themselves or what they believe in when they are 90-100% sure lets have a conversation about female confidence and what we can do to up our game.
Closed

April 25th, 7pm Work in Progress

Our Re-Occuring Event night focussing on projects you are working on. Bring your latest idea, however evolved it is and let´s talk about it!
Opening Soon

June 6th, 7pm Better Together

Forget about cattiness, this format is proving over and over that women love to collaborate! Lets talk about what we can do in our day to day life to change the perception of female rivalry, starting with our own.
Opening Soon

July 4th, 6pm LWD Nuremberg ANNIVERSARY EVENT

We are turning ONE and would like to invite all past attendees to come and meet one another in our first yearly big networking event!
Opening Soon

Together with Jessica Walsh and the global Ladies, Wine & Design team we believe we can help empowering creative female & non-binary identity through mentorship and championing each others' work. As there are both industry leading companies as well as inspiring small studios in the greater Nuremberg area, we know there also is enormous creative power. Hoping to reach out to as many as possible we want to create a local network of amazing creatives, supporting each other in their struggles, doubts and challenges.

Men explain things to me - Rebecca Solnit
Nothing to lose but our fear - Fiona Jeffries
Why I´m not a Feminist: a Feminist Manifesto - Jessa Crispin
Why I´m No Longer Talking To White People About Race - Reni Eddo-Lodge