Anikó van Nie
Born 1995 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Lives & works in Europe and the Caribbean
2013 - 2017 - Bachelor of Art & Economics
University of applied Science in Utrecht, the Netherlands
Specialisation in Visual Art & Design Management
Graduated with Honours Degree
High School in Economics & Society
Graduated: July 2013
2019 - now Freelancer Art Consultant
Ambassador of Contemporary Art & Design for galleries and artists in Saint Martin (FWI), Austria, the Netherlands and Germany.
2017 - Associate | Gallery Director | Auctioneer at
Park West Gallery
Maintaining and executing the art program on board cruiseships, organising art auctions and seminars. Daily job functions range from marketing to administrative to sales.
2017 - Founded Designmanagement & Kó
An innovative company that aims in analyzing and improving the work process of multidisciplinary designteams.
2013 - 2017 - Teacher at Lyceo
Accompanied students of preparatory classes in mathematics, economics and management.
2015 - Internship Designmanager at Workshop of Wonders
Co-organised the opening of the launch of the new collection, promoted the products online and updated social networks for the Interior Design Bureau.
2014 - Internship Projectmanager at HeadMade Factory
Managed projects of the HMF Art Collective, searched for new artists, budgeted, marketed, organized a social network, and designed the website and posters for the exhibitions.
Presentation & Public Speaking
Leadership & Projectmanagement
Teaching & Coaching
Dutch - Native / Bilingual Proficiency
English - Bilingual Proficiency
German - Professional Working Proficiency
French - Professional Working Proficiency
Hungarian - Elementary Proficiency
Mandarin (Chinese Simplified) - Elementary Proficiency
2017 - "To select and to apply Design Thinking techniques within a multidisciplinary designteam." | Research into how to optimise the collaboration and the creativity of a multidisciplinary designteam by using and testing design thinking techniques. | for Zuiderlicht
2016 - "From product and identity to tailormade design." |
Do specialised packaging design companies have their own identity and are they able to translate this identity into a design for their clients? | for the University of the Arts, Utrecht, NL