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Design Talks 2013 is a two-day event on May 16–17, presented by Hall of Femmes and hosted by Moderna Museet with prominent speakers from the international world of design, fashion and magazines. It is a continuation of the extensive research and the contacts that were made in the making of the Hall of Femmes book series. During two days, Design Talks will serve as an inspiring platform where conversations, lectures, screenings and discussions call attention to the design scene of the future. All lectures and discussions will be held in English.

Practical information for Thursday and Friday:

09.00:
Museum opens for registration and coffee is served on the ground floor (one floor down from the main entrance). Bring your paper ticket or the printed PDF if you chose that option when you bought your ticket. Students with student tickets need bring student-ID.

10.00 – 16.00 (16.45 on Friday):
Design Talks in the Auditorium, ground floor.
You are not allowed to bring a film camera into the Auditorium.

Lunch:
Thursday 12.15 – 13.00.
Friday 12.00 – 13.00.
Vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available.

Tickets available via Ticnet.
For student tickets, please contact Hall of Femmes: info |at| halloffemmes.com

Ticket prices:

2-day pass
Two separate tickets for May 16 and May 17. Lunch & coffee included
Total 4600 SEK (+ VAT and ticket admin fee)
Book your 2-days pass here

1-day pass Thursday or Friday:
One ticket for May 16 or May 17. Lunch & coffee included
2500 SEK/day (+ VAT and ticket admin fee)
Book your Thursday ticket here
Book your Friday ticket here

 

 

Thursday May 16

10.00–10.15

Opening Speech

Hall of Femmes founders Angela Tillman Sperandio and Samira Bouabana introduce moderator Susanne Ljung.

10.00

Welcome to Design Talks

Daniel Birnbaum, Museum Director

10.05–10.15

Opening Speech

Hall of Femmes founders Angela Tillman Sperandio and Samira Bouabana introduce moderator Penny Martin.

10.15–11.15

Penny Martin:
»Frequently Asked Questions«

Editor-in-Chief at intelligent fashion magazine The Gentlewoman.

11.15-12.15

Janet Froelich:
»Narrative by Design«

Art director and visual journalist.
Lecture followed by a Q&A led by Penny Martin.

12.15-13.00

LUNCH

13.00–14.00

Ruth Ansel:
»Transformations«

Legendary art director and pioneer.
Followed by a Q&A led by Penny Martin.

14.00–14.45

Barbara Kruger:
»The Power of Language«

One of the world’s most acclaimed conceptual artists.

In conversation with Camilla Carlberg,
curator Moderna museet.

14.45–15.00

COFFEE & MINGLE

15.00–16.00

Conversation

Penny Martin, Janet Froelich and Ruth Ansel
in conversation about magazines.

Friday May 17

10.15–11.15

Vuokko Nurmesniemi:
»There is no Fashion,
there is only Time«

Marimekko design icon

11.15-12.00

Ann-Sofie Back:
»Back for good«

Fashion designer and bad boy.

In conversation with Susanne Ljung.

12.00-13.00

LUNCH

13.00–14.00

Lucy McRae:
››Body Architecture‹‹

Body Architect and bold creator.

Followed by a Q&A led by Susanne Ljung.

14.00–15.00

Jennifer Daniel:
››What are infographics?‹‹

Graphics Director and brilliant storyteller .

Followed by a Q&A led by Susanne Ljung.

 

15.00–15.15

COFFEE & MINGLE

15.15–16.15

Cindy Gallop:
»Redesigning the Business
of Advertising«

Advertising genius and visionary speaker.

Followed by a Q&A with Christina Knight, Creative Director, Ingo.

 

16.15–16.45

Outro: Hall of Femmes
and Maria Arnholm

The future according to Hall of Femmes and the Swedish Minister for Gender Equality

16.45–00.00

Afterparty at Moderna Bar

DJ: Nadja Chatti Free entrance.