The Kunstgewerbemuseum is once again presenting German Design Graduates – this year, due to the pandemic, in a double exhibition of the 2020 and 2021 cohorts. The exhibition reflects the current attitude of graduates from German design colleges in the field of product and industrial design. This year, over 80 positions from two years of 15 of the best German design colleges are on display, selected by a renowned jury of experts.
Supported by: Design universities, Ambassadors, Sponsors
Initiated by: Ineke Hans (UDK Berlin), Hermann Weizenegger (FH Potsdam), Mark Braun (HBKsaar)
With special support from the research funds of HBK Saar and transfer office of the FH Potsdam
On the Graduates platform the various forms, which are created at German universities, get visible.
The exhibitors for GDG 2021 have been determined.
GDG organizes an annual exhibition, that shows the attitude of today’s German design graduates to a broad and professional audience.
With Matchmaking Events we connect GDG graduates with representatives from culture and industry, which select outstanding young designers for individual mentoring and coaching programs.
GDG offers the opportunity to discuss new attitudes towards Design in Talk Programs.
GDG also networks universities and gives an overview over a range of german product design programs.
If you like to support us too please get in touch!
GDG is a non-commercial initiative. Every university that wants to enable its graduates to participate pays a participation fee. These funds are supplemented by generous support from institutions and companies and are used entirely to carry out the annual call for entries and exhibition.