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Commemorative Oline Lecture [Olympic Language: Exploring the Look of the Games]

July 15 (Thu.)

On 6th August at 7:00 pm there will be a commemorative lecture online with Markus Osterwalder.
Mr. Osterwalder is an Olympic historian who has been researching Olympic design for about 30 years.
He participated in the organization of the exhibition "Olympic Language: Exploring the Look of the Games" at The Olympic Museum in Lausanne and has contributed many artifacts from his collection to ggg’s exhibition.
In the lecture, Mr. Osterwalder will present his archives, the exhibition in Lausanne, the book OLYMPIC GAMES - THE DESIGN, and mainly talk about the 125 years of Olympic design history.


Commemorative Oline Lecture [Olympic Language: Exploring the Look of the Games]

Date: Friday, 6th August 2021, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue: Online (Microsoft Teams Live Events)

Lecturer: Markus Osterwalder
Born 1964 in Switzerland. Graphic designer. Olympic historian. Olympic collector.

Admission: Free of charge

Language: German (with Japanese interpretation)

How to participate: Registration closed on July 29, but due to the large number of inquiries, we have changed the link below to allow you to join directly. (Updated on July 29)

This event will be held as a Microsoft Teams Live Events. For more information on how to participate in a Microsoft Teams Live Events, please visit the following Microsoft site.
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Markus Osterwalder
Markus Osterwalder