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Ceramics and its Dimensions: Shaping the Future exhibition in Ljubljana

The touring exhibition will open in its sixth venue in Ljubljana next week.
Saija Halko, Hanna-Kaarina Heikkilä and Tuuli Saarelainen: Spirit of the place, 2016. Photo by Chikako Harada.

The Ceramics and its Dimensions: Shaping the Future exhibition, carried out and curated by the Department of Design at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture opens in its sixth venue at the National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana 16 May.

The works of the exhibition discuss the future of ceramics by exploring new technologies and rethinking materials. Both teaching and research staff as well as students of Aalto have contributed to the exhibition with their works.

The exhibition is part of the European Ceramics and its Dimensions project that is partly funded by the Creative Europe programme of EU.

The exhibition opening takes place on May 15th at 7 p.m.

Date: May 16th – July 31st 2018

Venue: The National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana

For more information:

Research Assistant Minerva Juolahti, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, [email protected], Tel. +358 40 7700 655

Webiste: futureceramics.aalto.fi

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Narodni muzej Slovenije - National Museum of Slovenia: www.narmuz-lj.si/

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