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TEXTILE AND CLOTHING DESIGN 2014-2015 / Interior and Textile Design Exchange students are integrated into the classes where majority of the students are Finnish. Thus the language of instruction is also Finnish. Exchange students will get individual tutoring by the teachers. The studies are supported by literature, presentations and exercises in English. The exchange students applying to textile and clothing design studies are expected to have minimum 1-2 years previous studies in those fields. There is a limited number of places available to each course. If necessary, the study plan is revised after student’s arrival at the university together with the academic tutor teacher to meet the student’s goals. AUTUMN SEMESTER 2014 Interior and Textile Design: FTEK5001 Textile Design FTEK5007 Felting -workshop FTEK1012 Textile History FTEK1103 Printing I FTEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) FTES7001 Advanced Project UPER0055 Digital Design Art and Design Studies: UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North UART1102 Finnish Design UMUO1232 Sustainable Design UART1101 Fine Art Excursion in Lapland Literature Exams: UART1112 History of Design in Finland UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland

4-6 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3-5 cr. 5-10 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3 cr. 5 cr. 4 cr. 4 cr.

SPRING SEMESTER 2015 Interior and Textile Design: FTEK3303 Interior Design FTEK1012 Textile History FTEK2114 Printing II FTEK3014 Printing III FTEK5007 Felting –workshop FTEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) FTES7001 Advanced Project UPER0066 Vector Graphics FTEK3017 Professional Portfolio UTAK0111 Introduction to Drawing and Painting UTAK0114 Life Drawing Art and Design Studies: UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North UART1102 Finnish Design UYTY0212 Design Guerillas workshop Literature Exams: UART1112 History of Design in Finland UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland

8 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 5 cr. 3 cr 3-5 cr. 5-10 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. or 4 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 4 cr. 1

TEXTILE AND CLOTHING DESIGN / Interior and Textile Design AUTUMN SEMESTER 2014 Interior and Textile Design: FTEK5001 Textile Design FTEK5007 Felting –workshop FTEK1012 Textile History FTEK1103 Printing I FTEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) FTES7001 Advanced Project UPER0055 Digital Design Art and Design Studies: UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North UART1102 Finnish Design UMUO1232 Sustainable Design UART1101 Fine Art Excursion in Lapland Literature Exams: UART1112 History of Design in Finland UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland

4-6 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3-5 cr. 5-10 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3 cr. 5 cr. 4 cr. 4 cr.

FTEK5001 Textile Design 4-6 cr. Content: Textile design course with the theme chosen according to the student’s own interest and goals. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - understand the idea of a complete process from idea to product - design for different target groups and using different design methods Method: 48 hours lectures and guided exercises, 68 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation and successful completion of studio work Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA, MA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Piia Pyrstöjärvi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK5007 Felting workshop 3 cr. Content: Lessons about felting technique and felted art. Felting experiments by hand. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - felt wool fibers by hand and rolling - make a simple 3-D felted artifact Method: 36 hours lectures and guided exercises, 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises, successful completion of task Evaluation: 1-5/ failed Timing: Autumn and Spring semester Target group: Exchange students of Faculty of Art and Design. No previous experience is needed. max. 14 students. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Päivi Vaarula

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FTEK1012 Textile History 3 cr. Content: General textile history and specific themes depending on student’s interest and nationality. Learning outcomes At the end of the course student is able to - be familiar with the development of different textiles - understand the essence of textile art, the history of textile art, industry and/ or future trends and developments Method: Literature exam Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Kristiina Hänninen Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK1103 Printing I 4 cr. Content: Basic printing and dyeing methods and techniques. Produce experiments and fabrics by printing and dyeing resist methods based on student’s own original ideas and design. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - understand the basics of printed textile design and direct printing methods and basic printing techniques - make experiments and produce printed fabrics based on student’s ideas and design Method: 60 hours lectures and guided exercises; 75 hours independent work Requirements: Lectures and guided exercises based on student’s own design work Required reading: Wells, K.: Fabric dyeing & printing, 1997 Handouts Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: 3.period Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Raija Aatsinki Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) 3-5 cr. Content: Seek to deepen the student’s professional perspective on the field of textile design. Either individual or team-based project work. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - to develop student’s personal artistic and creative 'language' - design assignment Method: 4-6 hours lectures; 16-26 hours guided exercises/ meetings with tutor and project seminar 60-98 hours independent work Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Heidi Pietarinen Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

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FTES7001 Advanced Project 5-10 cr. Content: Seek to deepen the student’s professional perspective on the field of textile design. Either individual or team-based creative learning and project work. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - to develop a personal creative 'language' in undertaking his/ hers work - design assignment Method: 6-10 hour lectures, 26-50 hours guided exercises/ meeting with tutor and project seminar, seminars, 98-210 hours independent work Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (MA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Heidi Pietarinen, Piia Pyrstöjärvi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

UPER0055 Digital Design 3 cr. Content: Principles of Digital imaging in textile and clothing design. Basic of Digital Image Processing with Adobe Photoshop program. Presentations graphics with MS PowerPoint program. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - utilize digital image processing in textile and clothing design - express own design works by using presentation graphics Method: 36 hours lectures and guided exercises, 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises successful completion of task Literature: Literature and other material will be announced on the course. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students, first year students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Emmi Harjuniemi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North 3 cr. Content: The North presented in fine art, North in the art, art in the North from the community art and environment studies perspective. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student is able to - get an idea of culture and environment in North through fine art, contemporary art and community art. Method: Lectures and seminars 21 hours, independent work 17 hours. Visits to the exhibitions in Arktikum, in Rovaniemi art museum and other galleries; discussions and an essay on exhibitions. Evaluation: Pass / Fail Timing: 1st and 3rd period Target group: Exchange students (BA) Tutors: Tuija Hautala-Hirvoja, Timo Jokela, Mirja Hiltunen, Michael Jacobs, Maria Huhmarniemi Language of instruction: English Suggested reading: Lohiniva, L.: Berenice’s hair in search of northern woman artist’s identity.1999; Framework: The Finnish Art Review 1/2004; Jokela, Timo & Lohiniva, Leena (toim.): Joki. The River. 1996.; Huhmarniemi, Maria & Jokela, Timo & Vuorjoki, Susanna: Talven taide. Winter Art. 2003.; The Trans Barents Highway Symposium of Art (2005); Shared articles 4

UART1102 Finnish Design 4 cr. Content: From the heritage of Finnish Art and Craft till functionalist movement until today's modern design products. The product culture in Finland is presented and discussed using Finnish architects, industrial, graphic, audio-visual, fashion and textile designers and their works as examples. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student - has been introduced to the work of the modern masters of Finnish Design with special emphasis on development of Finnish Design culture of 20th century until today Method: Lectures about Finnish design. In the final assignment students are asked to compare their own heritage and background to their new experiences as foreign exchange students in Rovaniemi and in Finland. The assignment can be writing an essay or to produce an artistic piece or a product according a theme discussed in the class. Requirements: Presence during the lectures (80%) and the finished assignment with a presentation. Supplementary literature: Molarius, Päivi (ed.): From Folklore to Applied Arts, Aspects of Finnish Culture. Korvenmaa, Pekka: Finnish Design –A Concise History Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: 1st and 3rd period Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA) Tutors: Milla Haarakoski, Silja Nikula, Kristiina Hänninen, Marjatta Heikkilä-Rastas, Timo Haanpää, Maija Mäkikalli Language of instruction: English

UMUO1232 Sustainable Design 3 cr. Content: Principles of sustainability. Definition, history and background. Difference between ecodesign and sustainable design. Needs and challenges of sustainable design. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to: - define sustainability - evaluate sustainability of design - propose sustainable solutions - name challenges of sustainability in own design, art or other activities - act more sustainably Methods: 36 hours lectures and guided exercises 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises successful completion of task Literature: Literature and other material will be announced on the course. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Period 1 Target group: Second year students Tutor: Faculty of Art and Design Language of instruction: English

UART1101 Fine Art Excursion in Lapland 5 cr. Content: Introduction to photography, painting and culture of the Lappish landscape. The North presented via art of photography and painting, a cultural overview of the North in art and history. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student is able to - have an orientation to culture, landscape and environment in the Lappish north through photography, painting and regional cultural history Method: Lectures, practice, critique. Materials: Digital camera (any kind), portable computer with simple or advanced imaging program, watercolors, lots of paper, brushes, pastels if desired but not required, attitude. Requirements: Participation and critique, diary based on experiences in the course, 6-8 pages. Studies before: A basic knowledge of photography. 5

Evaluation: Pass / fail Timing: Autumn Semester Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA) Tutors: Esa Meltaus, Tuija Hautala-Hirvioja, Michael M. Jacobs Language of instruction: English Additional information: Min. 6 students, max. 10 students. Students are required to pay for the travel, accommodation and subsistence costs (app. 150-200 eur) themselves. There will be lectures about basic photographic theory and practice. For painting only requirements are to bring the proper materials along.

UART1112 History of Design in Finland 4 cr. Method: Literature exam (see required reading below) or a written essay. Essay instructions: Contact tutor Maija Mäkikalli ([email protected]) for further instructions. Required reading: 1) Korvenmaa, Pekka: Finnish design: a concise history. Helsinki 2009. (336 pages) 2) Finnish Modern Design: Utopian Ideals and Everyday Realities, 1930-97. Ed. by Marianne Aav, Nina Stritzler-Levine, 1998. (pages 10-251) Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Tutor: Maija Mäkikalli Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA)

UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland 4 cr. Method: Literature exam (see required reading below) or a written essay. Essay instructions: Contact tutor Maija Mäkikalli ([email protected]) for further instructions. Required reading: 1) Nikula, Riitta: Wood, stone and steel: contours of Finnish architecture. Helsinki 2005. 2) Schildt, Göran: Alvar Aalto: a life’s work: architecture, design and art. Helsinki 1994. (317 pages) Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Tutor: Maija Mäkikalli Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA)

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TEXTILE AND CLOTHING DESIGN / Interior and Textile Design SPRING SEMESTER 2015 Interior and Textile Design: FTEK3303 Interior Design FTEK1012 Textile History FTEK2114 Printing II FTEK3014 Printing III FTEK5007 Felting –workshop FTEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) FTES7001 Advanced Project UPER0066 Vector Graphics FTEK3017 Professional Portfolio UTAK0111 Introduction to Drawing and Painting UTAK0114 Life Drawing Art and Design Studies: UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North UART1102 Finnish Design UYTY0212 Design Guerillas workshop Literature Exams: UART1112 History of Design in Finland UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland

8 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 5 cr. 3 cr. 3-5 cr. 5-10 cr. 3 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. or 4 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 3 cr. 4 cr. 4 cr.

FTEK3303 Interior Design 8 cr. Content: To deepen understanding of visual design in environment. Observation and designing interiors with innovative materials, textures and surfaces. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - to perceive new opportunities of textile and interior design - to design, test and use textiles in interiors as multisensory elements Method: 96 hours lectures and guided exercises, 120 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation and successful completion of studio work. The course is intrgredated to the course UPER0058 3D visualisation. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Piia Pyrstöjärvi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK1012 Textile History 3 cr. Content: General textile history and specific themes depending on student’s interest and nationality. Learning outcomes At the end of the course student is able to - be familiar with the development of different textiles - understand the essence of textile art, the history of textile art, industry and/ or future trends and developments Method: Literature exam Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 1-5/ failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester 7

Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Kristiina Hänninen Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK2114 Printing II 4 cr. Content: Printing methods and techniques. Raport and patterning by discharge method and light sensitive stencil technique of printed textile design. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - design fabrics using different printing methods and raports based on student`s - own ideas - printing experiments with different printing methods and techniques - design and print raport fabrics Method: 48 hours lectures and guided exercises; 60 hours independent work Requirements: FTEK1113 Printing I. Lectures and guided exercises based on student’s own design work. Integrated to UPER0067 Digital visualization and FTEK2111 Textile design II. Required reading: Wells, K.: Fabric dyeing & printing, 1997 Handouts Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Raija Aatsinki Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK3014 Printing III 5 cr. Content: Chemical and mechanical printing resist methods and different stencil techniques. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - design the textiles using different printing and dyeing methods and techniques - produce a fabric and experiments by printing and dyeing resist methods based on - student`s own original ideas and design Method: 60 hours lectures and guided exercises; 75 hours independent work Requirements: FTEK1113 Printing I. Lectures and guided exercises based on student’s own design work Required reading: Wells, K.: Fabric dyeing & printing, 1997 Handouts. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA, MA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Raija Aatsinki Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK5007 Felting workshop 3 cr. Content: Lessons about felting technique and felted art. Felting experiments by hand. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - felt wool fibers by hand and rolling - make a simple 3-D felted artifact Method: 36 hours lectures and guided exercises, 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises, successful completion of task 8

Evaluation: 1-5/ failed Timing: Autumn and Spring semester Target group: Exchange students of Faculty of Art and Design. No previous experience is needed. max. 14 students. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Päivi Vaarula

FEK5006 Project (Bachelor degree) 3-5 cr. Content: Seek to deepen the student’s professional perspective on the field of textile design. Either individual or team-based project work. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - to develop student’s personal artistic and creative 'language' - design assignment Method: 4-6 hours lectures; 16-26 hours guided exercises/ meetings with tutor and project seminar 60-98 hours independent work Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Heidi Pietarinen Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTES7001 Advanced Project 5-10 cr. Content: Seek to deepen the student’s professional perspective on the field of textile design. Either individual or team-based creative learning and project work. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - to develop a personal creative 'language' in undertaking his/ hers work - design assignment Method: 6-10 hour lectures, 26-50 hours guided exercises/ meeting with tutor and project seminar, seminars, 98-210 hours independent work Requirements: To be agreed with tutor Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Autumn and Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (MA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Heidi Pietarinen, Piia Pyrstöjärvi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

UPER0066 Vector Graphics 3 cr. Content: Principles of vector graphics in textile and clothing design. Basics of vector graphics by using Adobe Illustrator program. Basic of desktop publishing and page layout by using Adobe InDesign program. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - use vector graphics in textile and clothing design - go deeper at using presentation graphics and materials Method: 36/24 hours lectures and guided exercises, 45 /30 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises successful completion of task Literature: Literature and other material will be announced on the course. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester 9

Target group: Interior and textile design students, first year students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Emmi Harjuniemi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

FTEK3017 Professional Portfolio 3 cr. Content: Go deeper at using presentation graphics and materials in textile and interior designing. Go deeper at using design technological skills to develop visualization and presentation graphics. Produce the self-created material to professional portfolio. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student is able to - Produce professional presentation graphics - Utilize versatility design technological skills - Analyze and explain presentational and design technological choices Method: 36 hours lectures and guided exercises, 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the lectures and guided exercises successful completion of task Literature: Literature and other material will be announced on the course. Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester Target group: Interior and textile design students. There is a limited number of places available to each course. (BA) Tutor: Textile and Clothing Design Department, Emmi Harjuniemi Language of instruction: Individual tutoring in English in Finnish class

UTAK0111 Introduction to Drawing and Painting 4 cr. Content: Practising the basic techniques of drawing and painting. Applying content of the course “Introduction to visual thinking” into practise. The workshop will be tailored to meet the needs of each degree program of the faculty Learning outcomes: After completing the course the student is able to - use the most common drawing and painting equipment and material - apply basic composition and colour theory in his/her own creative work Method: Guided exercises and critique 48 hours, independent work 60 hours Requirements: Active participation to exercises and successful completion of assignments . Literature: Will be announced during the course Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Period 3.- 4. depending on the field of study Target group: First year students Tutor: Esa Meltaus Language: Finnish and/or English

UTAK0114 Life Drawing 4 cr. Content: Practicing life drawing. Applying content of the course “Introduction to visual thinking” into student’s own creative work Learning outcomes: After completing the course the student is able to - use and apply basic drawing techniques used in life drawing - understand human dimensions, anatomy and movement, and to illustrate a model from different angles - apply basic concepts of image construction and colour in his/her creative work Method: Guided exercises and critique 48h plus independent work Requirements: Active participation to exercises and successful completion of the assignments. 10

Literature: Will be announced during the course Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: 3rd period Target group: First year students Tutor: Esa Meltaus Language: Finnish and/or English

UART1103 Art and Visual Culture in the North 3 cr. Content: The North presented in fine art, North in the art, art in the North from the community art and environment studies perspective. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student is able to - get an idea of culture and environment in North through fine art, contemporary art and community art. Method: Lectures and seminars 21 hours, independent work 17 hours. Visits to the exhibitions in Arktikum, in Rovaniemi art museum and other galleries; discussions and an essay on exhibitions. Evaluation: Pass / Fail Timing: 1st and 3rd period Target group: Exchange students (BA) Tutors: Tuija Hautala-Hirvoja, Timo Jokela, Mirja Hiltunen, Michael Jacobs, Maria Huhmarniemi Language of instruction: English Suggested reading: Lohiniva, L.: Berenice’s hair in search of northern woman artist’s identity.1999; Framework: The Finnish Art Review 1/2004; Jokela, Timo & Lohiniva, Leena (toim.): Joki. The River. 1996.; Huhmarniemi, Maria & Jokela, Timo & Vuorjoki, Susanna: Talven taide. Winter Art. 2003.; The Trans Barents Highway Symposium of Art (2005); Shared articles

UART1102 Finnish Design 4 cr. Content: From the heritage of Finnish Art and Craft till functionalist movement until today's modern design products. The product culture in Finland is presented and discussed using Finnish architects, industrial, graphic, audio-visual, fashion and textile designers and their works as examples. Learning outcomes: At the end of this course student - has been introduced to the work of the modern masters of Finnish Design with special emphasis on development of Finnish Design culture of 20th century until today Method: Lectures about Finnish design. In the final assignment students are asked to compare their own heritage and background to their new experiences as foreign exchange students in Rovaniemi and in Finland. The assignment can be writing an essay or to produce an artistic piece or a product according a theme discussed in the class. Requirements: Presence during the lectures (80%) and the finished assignment with a presentation. Supplementary literature: Molarius, Päivi (ed.): From Folklore to Applied Arts, Aspects of Finnish Culture. Korvenmaa, Pekka: Finnish Design –A Concise History Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: 1st and 3rd period Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA) Tutors: Milla Haarakoski, Silja Nikula, Kristiina Hänninen, Marjatta Heikkilä-Rastas, Timo Haanpää, Maija Mäkikalli Language of instruction: English

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UYTY0212 Design Guerillas workshop 3 cr. Content: Art - Design - Marketing -Workshop. Planning and organizing art and design interventions to get people's attention to Arctic Design. The Installations, Happenings and Performances are documented to for social media in short videos. Learning outcomes: At the end of the course student is able to - Understand how to bring together the know-how of different art, design and media specialists. - Co-operate in a group of different specializations and nationalities. - Use the guerilla marketing methods to promote his/her know-how with happenings and social media. Method: 36 hours lectures and guided exercise, 45 hours independent work Requirements: Active participation to the guided exercises, Successful completion of task: - Planning, making and documenting an art intervention - installation, performance, or community art piece. - Making a short presentation of the process and final work for the feedback meeting. Studies before: basic art studies, basic digital tools courses Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Timing: Spring Semester Target group: Exchange students and Finnish art and design students, from 2. Year (BA) to 5. year (MA) Tutors: Textile and Interior Design Department, Emmi Harjuniemi and Art Education Department, Annamari Manninen Language of instruction: English

UART1112 History of Design in Finland 4 cr. Method: Literature exam (see required reading below) or a written essay. Essay instructions: Contact tutor Maija Mäkikalli ([email protected]) for further instructions. Required reading: 1) Korvenmaa, Pekka: Finnish design: a concise history. Helsinki 2009. (336 pages) 2) Finnish Modern Design: Utopian Ideals and Everyday Realities, 1930-97. Ed. by Marianne Aav, Nina Stritzler-Levine, 1998. (pages 10-251) Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Tutor: Maija Mäkikalli Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA)

UART1113 History of Architecture in Finland 4 cr. Method: Literature exam (see required reading below) or a written essay. Essay instructions: Contact tutor Maija Mäkikalli ([email protected]) for further instructions. Required reading: 1) Nikula, Riitta: Wood, stone and steel: contours of Finnish architecture. Helsinki 2005. 2) Schildt, Göran: Alvar Aalto: a life’s work: architecture, design and art. Helsinki 1994. (317 pages) Evaluation: 5-1 / failed Tutor: Maija Mäkikalli Target group: Exchange students (BA, MA)

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