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Aalto Festival 2018 – Open call for your event in May

Each year Aalto Festival showcases some of the best and brightest of Aalto University.

  

It’s time to let the university wide audience and the public know what events you have in the pipeline for May 2018.

Last year we saw close to a 100 different events happen throughout the month of May. Thousands of people attended many great lectures, exhibitions, showcases, and galas across metropolitan Helsinki. For 2018 we have planned an engaging gathering of events, including an opening event and party, a festival app, and other surprises.

This is an open call for your talks and lectures, your exhibitions and dissertations happening in May. Let us know.
Sign up now to be included in the app, on the website and as part of the marketing materials. Raise your hand, register your event by 17 March by filling out the form here and look for more information in the coming months.  

For more information contact Katri Winqvist [email protected] 050 5914314

To hear the latest, follow the festival on Facebook

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