TAF International Week summary: again bigger

TAF International Week 2012 attracted a record of 60 international visitors: 30 academic and other staff members from 22 institutes of higher education, 25 students from three universities and five staff members of three enterprises. The International Week featured nine workshops lead by our guests, four seminars and one show of our student works & International Week workshop results, six exhibitions, one networking sauna event, visits to Demola and (Angry Bird) Rovio, one reception and one evening party, countless project and partnership meetings.

The biggest delegation, 13 persons, came from Tartu Art College, Estonia
(Rector Valeri Nuust on left). Also OCAD University from Canada sent a
remarkable delegation of nine persons.

The guests came from Austria, Belgium, Canada, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, South Korea, Spain and the UK. In addition many of our international degree and exchange students participated in the events, so over all 30+ countries were represented.

The International week was quite well documented, here you have links to blog posts showing a rich collection of photographs from the International Week events:
      From Felix Sattler's Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany workshop
      “Mnemosyne: The Image Atlas from Aby Warburg to Google Inc.

      Also our guests reported frequently on blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other social media. Here links to posts about International Week on Yuwei Lin's (Salford University, UK) blog:
          Also Anna Fox (University of Farnham, UK) posted a story on her blog titled Presenting Global collaboration at TAF 2012
          James Field (University of Lincoln, UK) “Build an
          interactive, cross-platform web application in a day (or two!)"

          Many Tampere Art Factory exhibitions were opened during the International Week. Below please find links to post about them:

            The hosts, our degree programmes in Film&Television, Fine Arts and Media want to thank all international guests, who really made the International Week happen. Special thanks goes to the week coordinator Sohvi Sirkesalo and project assistant Emilija Vasiljeva, who organised everything.

            International Week page at TAF home
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