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School and Erasmus+ Programme Visit to Materials Matter Exhibition

Kilonpuisto School and their Erasmus+ programme receive a guided tour of the exhibition from Product and Spatial Design Master's student Ariane Relander on 01 March 2019.
Materials Matter Erasmus School Visit. Photo by Glen Forde / Aalto Materials Platform
Materials Matter Erasmus School Visit. Photo by Glen Forde / Aalto Materials Platform

The Materials Matter exhibition in Dipoli (23 January - 04 March 2019) attracted local and international visitors. A designer from the exhibition team, Master's of Product and Spatial Design student Ariane Relander, gave a guided tour to Kilonpuisto school's Erasmus+ partners from Italy, Portugal, Poland, and Spain as well as students from the school aged 13-15.

The European Commission's programme theme is sustainability and entrepreneurship, so naturally the students and Erasmus+  came to campus to visit Open Innovation House and see the exhibition. 

More information about the exhibition at Dipoli.

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