The festival

What is Berghs festival?

Every year the graduating students at Berghs School of Communication host a graduation event, a time to showcase their work and communication skills. A time for us to swing open our doors to industry professionals, family, friends, and absolutely anyone else interested in the exciting field of communication. This year, we have replaced Berghs Grad Show – our prior exhibition format – with a three-day communication festival.

About Berghs

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Berghs School of Communication is a world-leading academic institution offering programs and courses in the field of communication. Full-time programs are offered in strategy, public relations, digital strategy and creativity, art direction, copywriting, and design. The 2019 full-time graduating students will arrange, curate, and exhibit their work during Berghs Festival.

What to

Expect

Exhibitions

Fresh new work and concepts from Berghs’ students. Enjoy a relaxing viewing session in our case-film cinema, or walk through the main exhibition. Each class will showcase their program in an individual room.

Music

The main stage will be filled from early evening until late night with live performances by both well-established and up-and-coming acts. We’ve made sure there’s something for everyone – indie, pop, hip-hop, and more.

Talks

The students at Berghs have curated a series of lectures, panels, and talks about communication. Subjects range from insights around digitalization and the future workplace to inspiring initiatives for increased diversity within the industry.

Practical

FOOD AND DRINKS

We’re serving up delicious street food. Think pizza, falafel, churros, and tasty Mexican grub. Alcohol will be served after 5pm – alcohol-free options all day long.

SLEEP & DREAM

Visiting from out of town? We’re friends with Scandic Hotel, Hotel Urban Deli, and &Hotel. Send us a message and we’ll send you a discount code.

ACCESSIBILITY

The closest subway station is Hötorget. Ramps and elevators are available. Guide dogs are welcome.