Café Artistique is a live streaming format where we invite professionals form the creative industry, to discuss and talk about design topics, trends, developments and opportunities. We are committed to make design processes more tangible, to give insight into the inner workings of marketing, branding and the everchanging field of digital media.
Café Artistique is an instalment derived of a worldwide “Café”-Series like called “Café Scientifique”. Café Scientifique currently exists in more than 60 towns and cities across the World. It was the idea of Duncan Dallas, from Leeds, who was impressed by the Café Philosophique session he saw in France.
With the help of Prof. Dr. Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost & Chief Academic Officer of BSBI and founder of Café Scientifique in Berlin, which is the only official instalment in Germany
Café Artistique was founded to create a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to discuss the latest ideas in arts, design and technology or to give insight “behind the scenes” of design processes. These meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.
Head of Academic Operations Arts
Award winning fine artist, Liz Fernando, is a graduate from the prestigious LCC, School of Media, University of Arts London. Her works were exhibited at Tate Modern London and were showcased by the leading publisher Photoworks, Brighton. Her works have been acquired for numerous private collections including the World Bank Headquarter in Washington D.C.
Her industry and educational experience in the field of Art & Design ranges from executive level agency experience at Saatchi&Saatchi global network to multinational design education institution Raffles Singapore, Asia Pacific as well as developing and conceptualising long term art educational projects in Asia for the cultural institute of the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Interim Head of Faculty of Arts
With a background in computer science and multimedia/virtual reality design and front-end development for healthcare and medical education, transport and infrastructure management and as senior creative, Jürn-Christian Hocke headed some of the most famous premium global automotive, fashion, beauty, FMCG and luxury brand campaigns.
Over the span of 15+ years he has built, trained and led teams of digital creatives at the top end of creative industry and corporate environment. He has guided tomorrow's leading creatives and innovators - both in educational institutions and corporate environments.
The Café Scientifique and Cafè Artistique are combining forces for the first time for a captivating panel discussion.
Together with leading figures in the art world, we’ll look at the challenges and opportunities that have arisen as a result of digitalisation and the rise of social media. This is your chance to get first-hand industry insights and learn some tricks of the trade from the pros themselves.
Special Guests: Kimberly Ewton, Senior Strategy & Concept at antoni and Andreas Richter, Founder of Andreas Richter Cultural Consulting
In this Café Artistique, we will meet Oliver Kühne, the social media specialist of Hapag-Lloyd - one of the world market leaders, Mi Alves from Brazil. In a unique, audience-interactive discussion, we will talk about social media strategies for corporates and influencers, the challenges, overlaps, and how to maximise the potential of social media channels.
Join our Interim Head of Faculty of Arts, Mr Juern Hocke and Mr Hendrik Menz, Brand & Agency Sales Director at Anzu.io. Anzu.io’s approach to in-game ad experiences is based on three concepts: Blended, Relevant and Realistic. As an agency that caters to all segments – the advertisers, gamers and developers, the insights that attendees will get can redefine the way we view the whole gaming industry.