Aalto on display at Helsinki Book Fair

Aalto ARTS Books takes part in Helsinki Book Fair 2018.
Aalto ARTS Booksin messuosasto Helsingin Kirjamessuilla

The 2018 Helsinki Book Fair takes place at Messukeskus Helsinki, Expo and Convention Centre from 25 until 28 October. Aalto University's publishing house and book shop Aalto ARTS Books is on display at the stand 6b80.

Some new books and their authors will be presented on three occasions:

Friday 26 October at 14.30–15.00
Kirsi Niinimäki: ”Kestävä muoti kiertotaloudessa”, interviewed by Pirjo Kääriäinen at the Kruununhaka stage. Niinimäki and Kääriäinen are professors at the Department of Design.

Saturday 27 October at 14.00–15.00
Saara Cantell & Tiina Pirhonen: ”Lähikuvan lumo – valokeilassa näyttelijän ja ohjaajan yhteistyö”, interviewed by Piia Peltola at the Kruununhaka stage. Cantell is a director, screenwriter and Doctor of Arts. Pirhonen is Lecturer at the University of the Arts (Uniarts Helsinki).

Sunday 28 October at 10.30–11.00
Ossi Naukkarinen: ”Estetiikan avaruus”, interviewed by Juuso Pekkinen at the Esplanadi stage.
Vice Dean, Professor Naukkarinen starts as the new Vice President for Research at Aalto University on the 1 November. 

A new book by Nando Malmelin will be published at the fair, too: ”Uudistu ja kasva – Luovan mielen kehittäminen ja johtaminen” (Viisas elämä, 2018). Malmelin discusses the themes of the book on Sunday 28 October 16.00–16.30 at the Vallisaari stage. He is Professor of Practice at the Aalto University School of Business and Docent at the University of Helsinki. 

This year all new students at the University of Helsinki, Aalto University and Uniarts Helsinki were invited to the fair by the Helsinki Book Fair organisation.


Helsinki Book Fair

Thursday–Saturday at 10–20
Sunday at 10–18

Messuaukio 1, 00520 Helsinki

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