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Summer break at Arts infra workshops

On Wednesday June 16th at 16.00 all ARTS infra workshops and Väre Takeout will close for the maintenance and Summer holidays. Workshops will re-open for students on Tuesday August 10th at 9.00.
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There may be some exceptions for summer courses but no access to individual students. You can discuss with the workshop master if you have special needs during summer break.

There's also no Arts infra online support during that time. (e.g. vare-stations email won't be answering the emails)

Workshops - Aalto School of Arts, Design and Architecture

At the School of Arts, Design and Architecture, hands-on learning is essential. Our students have access to one of the finest workshop environment in the world, with a very high workshop to student ratio.

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