The Hamburg Chamber of Commerce in St. Petersburg and Direktorenhaus Berlin invite you to “Hamburg Day” at the Handmade in Germany exhibition.
On Monday, the 22nd of September 2014, the “Hamburg Day” will take place at Saint Peter’s Church in St. Petersburg, the venue of the Handmade in Germany exhibition.
St. Petersburg and Hamburg – the two harbour towns are traditionally connected by seafaring and longstanding trade relations. After the opening address of Mrs. Gabriele Kötschau PhD, managing director of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Pascal Johanssen, curator of the Handmade in Germany exhibition, we invite you to cocktails and delicacies from Hamburg and the north of Germany.
Direktorenhaus Berlin/Handmade in Germany World Tour: Curated by Pascal Johanssen and Katja Kleiss of Direktorenhaus Berlin, this international touring exhibition will span several years and continents to show a concentrated collection of German quality production: design objects and manufacturing products, all hand-made in Germany.
Hamburg Chamber of Commerce: Since 1665, it is the self-administration body of Hamburg’s business sector. Political and administrative lobbying for over 166,000 companies is at the core of the organisation’s work, as well as providing services to its members and act as a independent advocate for the market.
Pascal Johanssen, curator of Handmade in Germany and founder of Direktorenhaus Berlin
Gabriele Kötschau PhD, managing director of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and head of office in St. Petersburg
Date: Monday, 22nd of September 2014
Venue: German Lutheran Church of Saint Peter, Nevsky Prospekt 22-24, St. Petersburg