Nicole Gadiel is an experienced public speaker who delivers inspiring and entertaining talks that improve creativity and communication as she opens her audiences' eyes to new perspectives. Drawing upon her work as a visual artist with a solid background in strategic communications, Nicole's talks are based on her concept:
The Art of Seeing – it's not what we look at that matters, it's how welook at it and what we see.
Talks can be held for companies, organizations and educational institutions in Danish or English. Content will be tailored to your specific audience and messaging needs. Duration and price will vary according to content.
Read on below to see feedback from some happy clients.
Jakob Schou Meding, Managing Director
"Hewlett-Packard invited Nicole Gadiel to give her talk ‘The Art of Seeing’. She had been recommended as an interesting speaker with a twinkle in her eye and the ability to challenge people's ideas of what art is ... and why it's so important to keep our eyes open and really see. We weren’t dissapointed - on the contrary! Nicole managed to get our minds racing and put a smile on our faces as well.”
Niels Vincens Grunnet, Pastor
"It was very inspiring to launch our 3-day summer school about art with Nicole Gadiel's vividly presented talk 'The Art of Seeing”. The talk was delivered with passion and commitment - and included examples of Nicole's own lovely paintings and photos as well as artwork by Kurt Trampedach."
Finn Arvid Olsson, past-president
Frederiksborg Rotary Club
"Throughout Nicole Gadiel’s very inspiring talk, she enthralled the entire audience. One often sensed an 'a-ha' or an intake of breath when interpretations of Kurt Trampedach’s artworks or Nicole's own art photos were analyzed intelligently and with humour - and understandable for everyone. And the concepts of art and communication were very elegantly connected; like two sides of the same coin."
Charlotte Bouet, Resource Manager
"When SAP’s art association visited the exhibition ‘There I Belong / Hammershøi by Elmgreen & Dragset’ at the National Gallery of Denmark, we asked Nicole Gadiel to be our private guide and to give us her perspective on the exhibition. This resulted in a very personal and exciting experience which gave cause to interesting discussions… besides being a very entertaining and committed commentator, she managed to involve all of us by way of her engaging empathy."