Category Archives: creative industries policy

Salon 30: How do Finnish DIY movements thrive?

Wednesday 11 December, 1300-1430h Public Panel Discussion Event Free A Grid / Otakaari 5, A208d Jeti Aalto University 02150 Espoo Campus map Do-It-Yourself (DIY) isn’t just about fixing up your mökki. It covers all kinds of activities such as music … Continue reading

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Salon 26: What is Finnish Design Culture?

Wednesday 24 October, 1400h Design Factory Aalto University Betonimiehenkuja 5C 02150 Espoo Google map Panel: Päivi Hietanen, City Design Manager of the Helsinki Lab. Petteri Kolinen, CEO Design Forum Finland Kari Korkman, CEO, Helsinki Design Week Suvi Saloniemi, Chief Curator, Design Museum Helsinki … Continue reading

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Design Culture Salon 20: What are the values of design and making in China?

Friday 22 April, 2 – 4 pm Studio Institute of Contemporary Arts The Mall London SW1Y 5AH PLEASE NOTE THE DIFFERENT VENUE AND TIME FOR THIS SALON How is the maker movement changing design sensibilities in China? What new models … Continue reading

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Reflections on Design Culture Salon 17: Imitation, Inspiration or Theft: What does intellectual property mean in a global design economy?

Following its summer recess, the University of Brighton/Victoria and Albert Museum Design Culture Salon returned with yet another belter of an event. They seem to get better and better. Described as a ‘dream panel’ by one VIP attendee, the combined … Continue reading

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