The PJATK and the Koszykowa Library would like to invite you to participate in the Social Design Course led by Marjatta Itkonen.

The topic of this year’s Social Design Course is Fashion is my ism. The Social Design Course enables students to apply design proposals in the digital, printed or interactive form. During the workshops, tudents will carry out research, work in teams, and create design concepts that will result in design proposals.

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Program:

Monday October 14th

9.00–12.00
Morning session in the workshop rooms

13.00–17.00
Biblioteka Publiczna (library) Miasta Stołecznego Warszawy
Koszykowa 26/28, Warszawa
13:00 – 13:25 Fashion is my –ism / Marjatta Itkonen
13:30 – 15:55 Japanese art of boro and kintsugi / Jakub Karpoluk
14:00 – 14:25 Future Fashion Systems / Timo Rissanen
14:30 – 14:55 To have, or not to have, that is the question. On consumers and societies today/ Monika Rogowska-Stangret
15:00 – 15:30 Panel discussion 

Tuesday October 15th

09.00–12.00
Morning session in the workshop rooms

13.00–15.30
Biblioteka Publiczna (library) Miasta Stołecznego Warszawy

Koszykowa 26/28, Warszawa
13:00 – 13:25 Law and the Governance of Global Value Chains in the Garment Sector / Jaakko Salminen
13:30 – 15:55 Uniform, camouflage and peacocks / Piotr Rypson
14:00 – 14:25 Fashion looks backward / Aleksandra Boćkowska (translation Anna Eichler)
14:30 – 14:55 Fashion revolution/ Aleksandra Bąkowska
15:00 – 15:30 Panel discussion all of speakers and special guest Anna Pięta 

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18.00– 19.00
Museum of Asia and Pacific, Solec 24, Warszawa
18.00 – Lecture & exhibition / Brody Neuenschwander (including VR writing)


Warszawski Mostek restaurant
20.00-22.00
 – Lecturers' dinner 

 

Wednesday October 16th 

09.30 – 17.00
Workshops & Independent work


Thursday October 17th
 

09.30 – 17.00
Workshops & Independent work


Museum of Asia and Pacific, Solec 24, Warszawa
18.00 – Silent writing performance / Brody Neuenschwander


Friday October 19th

Bielańskie Centrum Współpracy i Przedsiębiorczości. Al. Zjednoczenia 25 (róg al. Zjednoczenia i ul. Kasprowicza)
10.00–14.00 Students working on presentation proposals
14.00–16.00 Students’ concept presentations & exhibition



Lecturers:

Monika Rogowska-Stangret
is a theorist and researcher in the fields of philosophy, 
gender studies and animal studies. Collaborates with 
the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. 
She defended her PhD on the problem of the body 
in the contemporary philosophy at 
the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, 
Polish Academy of Sciences.

Timo Rissanen 
is Assistant Professor of Fashion Design and 
Sustainability at Parsons The New School for Design 
in New York. Research on sustainability in fashion is 
inseparable from his design practice. Rissanen's PhD 
focused on zero waste fashion design.

Jaakko Salminen
defended his PhD in law at the University of 
Turku entitled From National Product Liability 
Towards Transnational Production Liability: 
Conceptualizing the Relationship of Law and Global 
Production, to the mandatory evaluation process 
required for a doctorate.

Jakub Karpoluk
Japanologist, art historian, culture expert and curator, 
adjunct professor at the Faculty of New Media Arts 
and Japanese Studies Department PJATK, lecturer 
at the Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Brody Neuenschwander
is a calligrapher, researcher and art historian. He has 
worked on multiple films and television programs. 
Neuenschwander has taught and exhibited throughout 
Europe, the United States and Japan.

Piotr Rypson
Art critic, art and literary historian, journalist, expert 
in the field of e-learning. He defended his doctoral thesis 
on traditional Polish visual poetry at the Institute of 
Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw (2000).
Rypson is the author of many books and he has been 
the curator of many exhibitions.

Aleksandra Bąkowska
her experience reveals the long-term commitment to 
promoting sustainability, innovation and circular 
thinking through projects spanning across design, 
event management, communication, and stakeholder 
engagement. She currently works as a consultant 
in an international team in London.

Marjatta Itkonen
graphic designer and professor emerita at Aalto 
University, School of Art, Design and Architecture 
at Department of Media during 2004–2015. 
She has participated in many national and international 
poster events.

Ewa Satalecka

graphic designer and a head of New Media Art Department
of PJATK, Warsaw; leader of the English language,
international programof multimedia communication design.