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Interested in teaching a University-Wide Art Studies course?

University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) is looking for new courses for 2020-2022.
University-Wide Art Studies 2019. Graphic by Heini Hälinen

UWAS courses are transdisciplinary courses on art, design, and architecture that are open to all students at Aalto University. There are roughly 30 courses per year, which are attended by students across Aalto.

Deadline for the proposals is November 15, 2019. Both Aalto faculty and external professionals are welcome to propose courses.

For more information about UWAS courses, application requirements, and access to the online proposal form, please read the course call.

If you would like to see what kind of courses we offer this year, see uwas.aalto.fi.

 

On behalf of the UWAS working group,

Juuso Tervo, PhD
University Lecturer
Director of University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS)
Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture 

 

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University-Wide Art Studies 2019 graphic designed by Heini Hälinen.

UWAS 2019 course catalogue illustration: Heini Hälinen

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University-Wide Art Studies (UWAS) is looking for courses for 2020-2022.

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