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With spring comes Aalto Festival!

Aalto Festival is a collection of events, exhibitions, and seminars, showcasing the talents of Aalto University students, graduates and faculty.

Aalto Festival is a collection of events, exhibitions, and seminars, showcasing the talents of Aalto University students, graduates and faculty. The festival takes place in Espoo and Helsinki 18–31 May 2015.

See the full festival programme at Aalto Festival's website www.aaltofestival.fi.


More information:

Maiju Harila
Producer, Aalto Festival 2015
tel. +358 50 570 1262
[email protected]

 

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