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NCM 2021 closing seminar

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Hanasaari - Hanaholmen Cultural Centre for Sweden and Finland

5 Hanasaarenranta

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Discussion on Nordic cities: what we share and what can we learn from each other.

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Invited speakers:

  • Charlotta Mellander / University of Jönköping (SE)
  • Christian Pagh / Oslo Architecture Triennale (DK/NO)
  • Karin Krokfors / Aalto University (FI)
  • Hossam Hewidy / Aalto University & Urban Academy (EG/FI)

More speakers TBA in October.

The discussion will take place in the morning followed by a lunch at Hanaholmen for invited guests and an excursion to Karhusaari island.

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Hanasaari - Hanaholmen Cultural Centre for Sweden and Finland

5 Hanasaarenranta

Espoo

Finland

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Organizer Nordic CityMaking Week

Organizer of NCM 2021 closing seminar

Nordic CityMaking is a forum and a movement based in the Nordics connecting CityMakers across countries, cities and communities.

Mark your calendars for:

  • pre-events on the 22nd and 25th of September > only online
  • NCMWeek 9–12 November in Turku – Helsinki – Vantaa + Hanaholmen (Espoo) > online + on site

Hosting Cities: City of Turku, City of Helsinki, City of Vantaa

Main Partners: NCC

Supporting Partners: Hanaholmen, Finnish Institute Benelux, Netherlands, Aalto University, Creative Bureucracy Festival, Placemaking Europe, ATL, Oslo Architecture Triennale

Nordic CityMaking is an independent initiative by Urban Practice ltd.

Nordic CityMaking Week 2021 events take place both on site and online. Concerning the COVID-19 situation: all NCM Week events are planned with extra safety measures to ensure the health of all participants.

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