IF - Workshops 3: Accessibility // Who owns my city?

Monday, 19 October 2020 9:30 AM - Thursday, 22 October 2020 4:00 PM [CET]

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Monday, 19 October 2020 9:30 AM - Thursday, 22 October 2020 4:00 PM [CET]

Workshops 3: Accessibility

 

Pedro Aibéo & Marjatta Itkonen & Anc Lisowski

Who owns my city?

PJAIT, NAWA

European Union National Institutes for Culture Warsaw & Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies

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Pedro Aibéo is an internationally awarded Architect and Civil Engineer. He is a Kone Säätiö Research Fellow, a Visiting Associate Professor at UNAM University, Mexico and at Wuhan University of Technology, China and a Doctoral Candidate at Aalto University, Finland on "Architectural Democracy". He is the founder & CEO of the Gamified Cohousing Oy, founder and Artistic Director of “Cidadania” theatre+games group, a professional Musician at Homebound, the founder and Chairman of the World Music School Helsinki, a drawing teacher at the croquis nights and at Kiasma and a comic novelist.

About Pedro Aibéo

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Itkonen graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and did her MA degree at Henryk Tomaszewski’s poster studio. She was a founder and a designer at Studio Viiva design agency for three decades. She was a professor of visual communication at Aalto University, School of Art, Design and Architecture 2004–2015. Her special interests are visual communication and social design. She has participated in many national and international poster events; being a jury member in Mexico and Warsaw also provided in social design poster workshops in France, Germany, Mexico, Slovenia, Poland and Belgium.

About Marjatta Itkonen

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Anc comes to PJATK after years of working as a digital product designer across different industries globally. She likes to approach any new project as a person who knows nothing, and from there strives to reach a complete understanding of business processes, technology, and users’ needs. Although her principle role has always been hands-on designer, she jumps at the chance to take on any new challenges. As a design thinking workshop facilitator, she supported Aalto University Public Sector Hackathon (Helsinki, 2015, 2016), Bosch Connected Experience Hackathon (Berlin, 2017), and PJATK Social Design Course (Warsaw, 2018, 2019 and continues). She’s attracted to the social side of design and believes that the work of designers has the power to greatly influence people’s lives.

About Anc Lisowski

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