Five NoVA students participated in the Aalto University Mentoring Programme during the academic year 2019-2020. Three of them Anni Rupponen, Vivita Kaupere and Joanna Wong discussed about how does mentoring affects us as arts and cultural workers, based on their experiences from the mentoring programme. Mentoring was seen as an opportunity to reflect your own career, widen you perspectives, and strengthen meaningful future networks.
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Illustration: Solip Park, NoVA alumni See the visual story of the seminar day in Edda Norden website. The seminar discusses international perspectives in art education and highlights Nordplus theme: Digital competences and computational thinking: preparing children, young people and adults for a digitalized society. You are welcome to join Nordic Art Education in Motion seminar in Espoo, Finland! Seminar is […]
Photo: Enlighten Image: Jaeseong Park Are you interested in Nordic education in theory and practice? Do you want to study in Finland and do exchange or intern in the Nordic country? Are you looking for new international networks? Will you be a game changer of future visual studies and art education? We congratulate you, if […]
Department of Art’s Master students had a housewarming party of their new common study area called apARTment in 20th September Friday evening in Aalto University – School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Joanna, second year NoVA Master student, saved her memories from the party in the form of written and visual diary.
2nd NoVA Symposium at Aalto University, March 2019, photo: Eija Mäkivuoti NoVA Master Program Open Doors is organized for the first time in October 2nd 2019. You are welcome to join us in Nordic Visual Studies and Art Education’s (NoVA) open campus day and seminar at Aalto University. The two-day multidimensional event welcomes people to […]
Visual Conversations with Cosmic Silence is an ongoing exhibition by MA NoVA students at NODE Gallery. The show runs till the 27th of October, 2017. All the works presented in the exhibition have varied media and techniques. What they have in common is an investigative approach to visual conversations. Some are breaking away from traditions of visual representations and others try to visualize the invisible. Having contributors from different professional, educational and cultural backgrounds; Interculturalism is a recurring theme.