Wednesday, 28 October 2009
Tuesday, 1 September 2009
We are proud to present and warmly welcome our new CBM-students at Pori School of Art and Media. Welcome also to the CBM-students from Turku School of Economics!
Welcome to urban space was an experimental research and artistic study-project in May 2009, during which students and teachers built a space within Pori Kauppahalli, and held there lectures, workshops and did research and artistic projects. The experiment was noted in media, and warmly welcomed by personnel and customers in the Kauppahalli. Annamari Salmi has written a report titled "Luova työ ja tila - Tervetuloa kaupunkitilaan" of the experiment, which can be downloaded as a pdf file from Pori School of Art and Media webpages.
Saturday, 25 April 2009
Pori School of Art and Media shall install a space for study and leisure in the Pori Kauppahalli during May 2009.
Our purpose is to introduce normal academic and artistic functions into a semi-public space, and study the reciprocal effects. We shall hold lectures, workshops, and encourage people just to spend time in the space.
We invite everybody interested to participate, to see what we are doing or to carry out their own errands.
An Opening occasion will be held 7.5. at 12. Schedule for lectures will be available later, alos on spot. See you at Kauppahalli!
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
The ‘Alternative Economy Cultures’ (alt.econ.cult) programme on April 3rd & 5th brings together leading international and Finnish thinkers, cultural practitioners and activists, to present alternative economic visions.
The seminar aims to tackle not just the financial, but the social, cultural, institutional, human, material, emotional and intellectual forms of capital. Not just about individual gain, boosting, balancing or bail-outs, but common good, peer-to-peer, shared wealth and appropriate reward for effort involved.
Cultural production and social-networking, especially the digital online versions of the recent decade, have promoted new ideas of wealth, opportunity, scarcity, and exchange. Importantly, it also reminds us of old ones. Surrounding those ideas are developing practices, cultures and entrepreneurship.
Market-led capitalism and state-led socialism have both crashed in spectacular forms over the last 30 years. We are currently amid financial crisis where virtual credit affects physical and emotional health. These systems have proven to be unsustainable in their use of resources and people, and lead towards environmental and economic collapse.
Can we move forward in a sustainable and ethical way, leaving behind inequalities, appropriation and exploitation?See The Pixelache page for detailed program and more info
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
Themes: Design methods, scenario based design, concept design
- Concept Design for CBM (3 cp)
- Media Narration Project (3/6 cp)
MT 9 Media management
Themes: Project management, creative projects
- Creative Producer (4/6 cp)
MT 10 Media culture
Themes: New economy, media history, gender studies, cultural production and society
- The History of Mass and Multimedia (4/6 cp)
- Feminist Media Studies (4/6 cp)
- Cultural Production - from Frankfurt School to No Logo (3 cp)
MT 11 User centered media design
Themes: Design for All, design thinking, user centered design research methods, media research, artistic research
- Design Thinking (3 cp)
- Research Methods (3 cp)
MT 12 Media project
Themes: Students' own projects
- Cross media production (4/8 cp)
MT 13 Professional skills
Themes: Knowledge management, design management
- Knowledge Management (3 cp)
- Social Media Tools (3 cp)
Monday, 16 February 2009
Share your special space, the space where you feel yourself to be yourself, the space that gives meaning to your life, the space where you want to be, the space you want to share.
1. Shoot maximum 15 sec video with your mobile or video camera –– download it to Muntila –site .
2. Give tags to your video. Tag the video with the feeling you attach to the space – joy, peace, rage, despair, courage, love etc. Tag it with some words that explain and narrate it to others – what you do there, what it means to you, where is it, what it is etc.
Example: Chaos, kitchen, morning, start of day.
Example: Enjoyment, intense, sharing, paradise, sauna
Example: Alive, street, café, people, mixing
The aim is to
1. Share the feelings and experience about the space that is important to you
2. Compose a dialogue in order to create a tense story or montage out of significant spaces people have
3. Create a social, co-created artistic (and scientific) montage out of various spaces
Thanks for participating!
And remember, application to Creative Business Management MA is still going on for next two weeks!
Monday, 26 January 2009
Wednesday, 14 January 2009
Taik guide for applicants is available online from Taik webpage. Any questions concerning CBM program, studies and application please contact either
Nina Sjölund firstname.lastname@example.org tel +358 2 627 2982
Taina Rajanti email@example.com tel +358 44 0987193
See also posts on this blog about the studies and their structure.