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The exhibition of BA design students BoA 2018 opens next week

Come and see the works of the graduating BA students!
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BoA 2018 exhibition presents works of altogether fifteen Bachelor students graduating from Aalto University's degree programme for design.

The works show a wide range of research and artistic productions ranging from experimental works to corporate collaboration projects. In their works, the students will highlight the work process and the related problem-solving.

The exhibition opening takes place on Tuesday 22 May at 6–8 pm. Welcome!

Date: 22.5.–13.6.

Venue: Harald Herlin -oppimiskeskus, Otaniementie 9, 02150 Espoo

Opening times:
Mon–Thu 08:00–20:00
Fri 08:00–18:00
Sat 10:00–15:00
Sun CLOSED

More information: 
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