Talks and Workshops


Book us to get your team up to speed with the biggest ideas that are shaping your industry

countries visited: 10+     speeches given: 30+     workshops developed: 5+

In our tailored talks and workshops we focus on translating radical observations and artistic prototypes to strategic implications and innovation acceleration opportunities.

We closely watch developments within three categories of innovation:

Artists who work within these domains conduct a lot of experiments and apply visualization and prototyping to their artistic work. The outcomes, but also the process, offer insight into possible future scenario’s, applications of technology or consequences of development from economical, ethical, social and legal perspectives. The perspective is strengthened by the ability of artists to make technology visible and debatable whilst adopting a critical, creative and investigative attitude which can be translated into impact.

The arts have impact on our high tech society because they accelerate innovations with new perspectives on applications of technology
– National Scientific Agenda of the Netherlands, 2018

In4Art works within a large network of innovative artists using their work and their ideas to catalyze societal and economical impact by fueling the strategy and innovation processes of public and private clients.

Our keynotes offer imagination, inspiration and new perspectives and have two main parts:

Perspectives and trends in the market place, from the political arena and from society in your industry

Analysis of future impacts based upon radical observations and artistic prototypes that provide a sneak peak into the next 5-15 years

We have developed keynote speeches, short talks and/or workshop sessions for clients across industries:

Let us guide your curiosity with this TEDx talk on bringing innovation into the 21st century


To discuss dates, bookings and other questions on keynotes, please contact our business director Rodolfo Groenewoud – van Vliet on or +31 (6) 839 81 339