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Public Service → Questioning Creatives

Date: November 23th
Time: 18.30 - 21.00
Location: Jolene Bar, 81-85 Flæsketorvet, 1711 København, Denmark

Organized by Public Service.

“Questioning Creatives” is a talk between creatives, Sylvia Dickoh(Hidden Minorities), Heidi Dalmose & Mie Bjerring (Urwelcome) & Sophie Gevind (Public Service).

Each will give a 20 min talk, on how their questioning led them on unconventional and untraditional creative paths.

How do you build an agency on anarchistic principles?

How do you design for and with inclusion?

How do we as creatives take responsibility for the narratives, stories, and visuals we produce?

We’ll end with a 30 min. Q&A panel talk, moderated by documentarist and creative, Jennifer Tonndorff.


Hidden Minorities

A collective of creative BIPOCs first, brand and digital design studio second. Sylvia Dickoh founded Hidden Minorities to support and facilitate minorities within the creative industry.


UrWelcome is a norm-critical graphic design studio. Mie & Heidi work to promote the positive change possible with inclusive and feminist design. In their work, as in the creative industry.

Public Service

Public Service Agency is an ethical creative agency for non-destructive companies, brands, and organisations. Public Service Organisation is a non-profit organisation working to ensure equal opportunities, inclusion, and diversity within the creative industries.

Attendance for this event is supported through donations.

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