Island CQ -festival is getting close!

Testing the "Won't Stand By" workshop. Photo & Story Satu Leskinen
Island Creative Quarantine is an international, interactive meeting place between students, teachers, scientists and artists from the various partner universities from Finland, Latvia, Hungary and the Academy of Popculture in the Netherlands.

From November 4 to November 15 2010, the Dutch island Ameland forms a temporal laboratory for all kinds of workshops and exhibitions on media, art, technology and sustainable innovation. This year leading themes are play and sustainability.

A group of about 45 students collaborate in 9 intensive workshops, of which the results will be exposed during a two days exhibition on November 12 and 13 @Ameland. Additional to the exhibition there will be a program of lectures and performances from artists such as Eboman and Tobias Leingruber.
There will be altogether 15 students from TAMK (Finlayson and Virrat campus) contributing to the festival with four very different type of workshop ideas varying from installations to websites.

More info on the Island CQ festival, workshops and other program can be found online:

Satu Leskinen

Student of Theatre and Event Lighting Design '08