VALID: Value in Design

Cumulus 2oo3 PROGRAMME

> o8.o5.2oo3 THURSDAY
11.oo – 12.3oGuided walk in Tallinn.
Guided walk begins in front of St. Petersburg Hotel (Rataskaevu str. 7), which is located in the Old Town, a quarter from the Town Hall square.
All city tours must be booked in advance.
11.oo – 14.ooTour(s) of Academy.
Tours begin at 11.00, 12.00, 13.00 from the Academy foyer.
No preliminary booking needed.
Please note that walk from Academy to the conference venue at Rotermann's Salt Storage can take up to 20 minutes.
Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu mnt. 1
14.oo – 14.5oRegistration
Coffee and refreshments
Rotermann’s Salt Storage, Ahtri 2
15.oo – 18.3oConference Session
Chair: Professor Krista Kodres, Estonian Academy of Arts
Rotermann's Salt Storage
15.oo – 16.ooWelcome
Professor Ene Ergma, Speaker of the Estonian Parliament, Vice-President of Estonian Academy of Sciences
Professor Yrjo Sotamaa, CUMULUS President, Rector of University of Art and Design Helsinki
Professor Ando Keskküla, Rector, Estonian Academy of Arts
Overview by Professor Krista Kodres – “Design in Estonia”
16.oo – 16.5oCulture and Globalization: A Case Study Of The Fashion Industry
Professor Diana Crane, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Culture and globalization: global culture / economics & esthetics
16.5o – 17.ooCoffee and refreshments
17.oo – 17.5oThe new human Primo (3M+ = human - transhuman - posthuman)
Natasha Vita-More,, USA
Future Body: meta culture / bioethics / personalized well-being
17.5o – 18.4oDesigning systemic innovation for sustainability
Professor Carlo Vezzoli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Sustainability Designed: eco-systems / cultural-systems / systemic innovation
2o.ooMayor’s Reception (with invitations) [Smart casual]
Concert by Opera Coronide
Kadriorg Palace
> o9.o5.2oo3 FRIDAY
o9.5o – 12.3oMorning session
Chair: Professor Raimo Nikkanen, UIAH
Rotermann's Salt Storage
9.5o – 1o.ooSession Introduction
Professor Raimo Nikkanen, UIAH, Finland
1o.oo – 1o.3oDesign policy for Estonia in the Global Economy.
Professor Dr. Ken Friedman, Norwegian School of Management
Culture and Globalization
1o.3o – 11.ooFuture Body: No sustainability without Design for All
Päivi Tahkokallio, Co-ordinator of the Finnish Design for All Network, STAKES; President, European Institute for Design and Disability EIDD, Finland
11.oo – 11.3oCoffee and refreshments
11.3o – 12.ooFuture Body: High-tech and low-tech synergy
Marek Strandberg, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia
12.oo – 12.3oSustainability Designed: SPARK! – Sustainability Designed
Jan Verwijnen, Researcher UIAH, Finland
12.3o – 13.ooWalk to the Estonian Academy of Arts Tartu mnt. 1
13.oo – 14.ooLunch Buffet (Estonian national cuisine) at Estonian Academy of Arts
14.oo – 17.ooParallel Seminar Sessions Estonian Academy of Arts
2o.ooDinner [Informal]

How to get to Maarjamäe Palace: The Maarjamäe Palace, facing the Bay of Tallinn, is located at Pirita road 56. Taxi: Taxis can be hailed on the street or ordered by phone (dial ie. 1200). Taxi stands are located at major intersections and in front of bigger hotels. Starting fare EEK12-15, price for 1 km is about EEK7, the minimum fare is EEK35. Youll find mostly “Tulika” white cabs in front of Your hotel. The taxi cost depends on a route, but should not be more than 70 EEK from the city center. It takes about 10-15 minutes to drive from the city center.
Maarjamäe Palace
> 1o.o5.2oo3 SATURDAY
9.oo – 13.ooCUMULUS General Assembly Rotermann’s Salt Storage, Ahtri 2
13.oo – 14.ooLunch Rotermann's Salt Storage
9.oo – 13.ooWorking groups:
  1. Teacher Training in Art Education (room 119A)
  2. Virtual University (room 119B)
  3. Continuing Education (hall)
Estonian Academy of Arts, Tartu mnt. 1
11.oo – 12.3oGuided walk in Tallinn
Guided walk begins in front of St. Petersburg Hotel, which is located in the Old town, a quarter from the Town Hall square. Gathering for all tours must be booked in advance.
14.oo – 15.3oPresentations of summaries:
Parallel Seminar Sessions (A, B1, B2, C)
“I can hear” - Presentation of the results
Rotermann's Salt Storage
16.3oBuses from Tallinn to Palmse
Buses stop in front of hotels Olümpia, Park Hotel and Central.
18.oo – 22.ooPalmse Manor reception [informal]
Reception fee is 35€ and has to be paid at the registration.
22.ooBuses back to Tallinn
Buses stop in front of hotels Olümpia, Park and Central.