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Mar
31
Open lectures

Brave New Bureaucracy

Finn Williams is an architect-turned-planner based in London. Finn is the founder of public sector think tank NOVUS, and Common Office, a platform for independent research on planning, politics and the public. He also teaches at the Royal College of Art, Bartlett School of Architecture and Central Saint Martins. Planning magazine has identified Finn Williams as one of the ten people to watch in 2015.

Tidpunkt: 
13.00 – 15.00
Plats: 
HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Göteborg, sal 301
Apr
1
Other

50% seminar with doctoral design student Helena Hansson

"Beyond the Basket – an infrastructuring approach on prototypes."

Opponent: Inger Lise Syversen, Ass. Professor and Architect, Chalmers/Architecture and The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The seminar will be held in English.

"My research work explores how designed objects can act as catalysts for change through a case study based in a ”non-design” context in Kenya. The case study describes how a participatory crafts development project emerges with multiple stakeholders involved from Sweden and Kenya. In the development process, a basket made of water hyacinths played a pivot role as a ”Thing” that made people come together and act as one."

 

Tidpunkt: 
1 pm - 4 pm
Plats: 
Formsal 2, HDK Steneby, Hemslöjdsvägen, Dals Långed
Apr
8
Öppna föreläsningar

Matti Klenell to Dals Långed

Designer Matti Klenell is external examinor at HDK Steneby Master's Programme.
He will give an open lecture in English.

Welcome!

 

Tidpunkt: 
19.00
Plats: 
Samlingssalen HDK Steneby, Dals Långed
Apr
24
Open lectures

Making / Narratives: Peter Biľak

Peter Bil’ak is born in Czechoslovakia and lives in the Netherlands. He has started a design studio in The Hague, where he works in the field of editorial, graphic and type design, combined with part time teaching at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague.

This open lecture is a part of Making / Narratives: The Design Lecture Series Spring 2015 at HDK. Welcome!

More info on Peter Bil’ak’s website.

 

Tidpunkt: 
13.00-15.00
Plats: 
Stora Hörsalen, room 338, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Gothenburg
Apr
16
Apr
29
Utställningar

From here to there...

A transatlantic portrait of Dalsland

Michael McFalls and Jon Swindler are both professors of art from the United States. Jon is a professor of Printmaking at the University of Georgia and Michael is a professor of sculpture at Columbus State University. The Steneby konsthall project is an experimental interdisciplinary collaboration, which attempts to blur the boundaries between printmaking and sculptural installation.

The exhibition opens 16 April at 7pm. Both artists will present the work and their working process.

www.michael-mcfalls.com

www.jonswindler.com

www.steneby.se

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Steneby konsthall, Hemslöjdsvägen 1, Dals Långed
Mar
21
May
10
Utställningar

Courage - Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves

Alexander Grüner-Moström exhibits in Norway

1898 a poem with the title « The Ballad of The Reading Gaol » signed C.3.3 was published in England. The signature stands for Section C, Hall 3, Cell 3. The poem was written by Oscar Wilde in exile in France, after his release from Reading Gaol in 1897.

« Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves » alludes to three specific verses from « The Ballad of The Reading Gaol » and that taken out of context, opens to other rooms.

This exhibition is a progression of earlier works. A new installation that explores the gallery at Kunstbanken and the potential within the materials.

Alexander is a lecturer at HDK Steneby, Textile-Garment-Design.

Alexander Grüner-Moström's webb

Kunstbanken

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Kunstbanken, Hedmark Kunstsenter, Hamar, Norway
May
12
Open lectures

Sponsoring and Entrepreneurship

How to get funding for your projects and start a successful business

Wolfgang Hafner, Marketing Manager at Hewlett-Packard Germany, visits HDK Steneby to give an open lecture in English.

Hafner also works as a Business Angel and Start-up Consultant with broad international experience in Europe, USA and Asia working with Hewlett-Packard, SAP, Bosch, Mercedes Benz.

Tidpunkt: 
19.00
Plats: 
Samlingssalen HDK Steneby, Hemslöjdsvägen 1, Dals Långed
May
22
Open lectures

Making / Narratives: Jan Rothuizen

Visual artist Jan Rothuizen (1968) is mapping reality in a way that is difficult to define. He draws and describes his surroundings: always personal but never fictional.

Sometimes descriptive but more often documentary. With his hand-drawn plans he presents his stories in a way that fits surprisingly well with how we process information in the digital age: non-lineair and layered. 

This open lecture is a part of Making / Narratives: The Design Lecture Series Spring 2015 at HDK. Welcome!

More info on Jan Rothuizen's website. 

 

Tidpunkt: 
13.00-15.00
Plats: 
Stora Hörsalen, room 338, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Gothenburg
May
22
May
23
Övrigt

Steneby EXHIBIT

Come to Steneby on this annual event in May. Visit all our fantastic workshops, meet the students, take part in events and don't miss the BA & MA exam show in Konsthallen.

Tidpunkt: 
10.00-16.00
Plats: 
HDK Steneby, Hemslöjdsvägen 1, Dals Långed
May
9
Aug
30
Utställningar

Embroidery by Annika Wahlström

Annika Wahlström shows embroidery at Hemslöjden i Skåne's new venue in Landskrona. Annika has a Master's degree from Textile-Garment-Design at HDK Steneby.

Festive opening 9 May!

Annika Wahlström's webb

Hemslöjden i Skåne's webb

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Hemslöjden i Skåne, Landskrona old station house

Calendar ongoing

Mar
21
May
10
Utställningar

Courage - Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves

Alexander Grüner-Moström exhibits in Norway

1898 a poem with the title « The Ballad of The Reading Gaol » signed C.3.3 was published in England. The signature stands for Section C, Hall 3, Cell 3. The poem was written by Oscar Wilde in exile in France, after his release from Reading Gaol in 1897.

« Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves » alludes to three specific verses from « The Ballad of The Reading Gaol » and that taken out of context, opens to other rooms.

This exhibition is a progression of earlier works. A new installation that explores the gallery at Kunstbanken and the potential within the materials.

Alexander is a lecturer at HDK Steneby, Textile-Garment-Design.

Alexander Grüner-Moström's webb

Kunstbanken

Tidpunkt: 
Plats: 
Kunstbanken, Hedmark Kunstsenter, Hamar, Norway