4th Conference on Arts-based Research and Artistic
Rethinking arts-based research, artistic research – and global/local communities.
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8 Stories on Creativity presents Aalto ARTS people who have inspiring personal stories to share. Photo by Maija Astikainen. >>
Participants of LEGO® project got chance to build an installation with LEGO® bricks. The project brought together students from different departments. Photo by Otso Helenius.
The outcome of the Finnish-German Table Talks exhibition: interesting ideas arise when students from different cultural and study backgrounds work together. Photo by Chikako Harada.
Creations of our film students are reaping fame in foreign competitions, an Oscar nomination in 2014 being the most striking example.Photo by Johannes Romppanen.
We are one of the most prestigious international universities of art, design and architecture in the world. Key areas of research are design, digital media, audiovisual representation, art, visual culture, well-being architecture and emerging technologies, and urban planning and design.
The school’s history dates back to 1871.
Our campuses are located in Helsinki, Espoo and Pori.
4th conference on Arts-based Research and Artistic Research
The theme of the conference focuses on explorations of arts-based and artistic research in addressing issues relevant to local and global community.
RT @artisteducator: Restarted rethinking community @AaltoUniversity ready to synthesize threads of arts-based re...
Science and art
Saija Hollmén appointed Vice Dean at the School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Ms Hollmén’ area of responsibility is art and creative practices.
Science and art
The many possibilities of the digital revolution
The Internet Forum, a public lecture series, which is open to everyone free-of-charge, will focus on current topics related to digitalisation.
New policy ideas by students for a sustainable and circular economy
Students in Aalto University's Design for Government course address complex public sector and government challenges.