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Discuss the future of ARTS

Welcome to the student association TOKYO’s WgoARTS discussion! The theme of the event is Life in Otaniemi.

In addition to the final moving info you'll hear about the farewell to Arabia, opening of Väre and the ARTS moving celebrations.

You'll also get a glimpse from everyday life in the new campus building: What can you do there? Where will Kipsari go? What are the workshops like and what can you use them for?

Joining us for the discussion will be the Dean, the Head of Learning Services and other staff.

The event will start with refreshments at 16.00 and the program will take about two hours depending on the conversation.

Transportation from Arabia to Otaniemi will be organized if necessary. Please send your request on the transportation via the Facebook event or via email to hallitus(at)tokyo.fi.

Date: April 11, 2018

Venue: Miestentie 3 (Café), Otaniemi, Espoo

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Event in Facebook

Chairperson Matti Jänkälä, Students of Arts, Design and Architecture TOKYO ry, Tel. +358 44 2360 023, [email protected]
 

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