North is where the compass needle points. Determined geographically from every location, North is also experienced, imagined and interpreted through unique social, cultural and environmental contexts.
Bringing together the work of researchers, scholars and artists whose professional activity centres on the fields of contemporary arts, design, art education and sustainability.
A dynamic collection of visually oriented research about current doctoral studies from international art educators
Drawing on projects and studies from Canada, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia and Scotland, this volume explores contemporary practices in artbased research and knowledge exchange in the fields of art and design.
Editors: Timo Jokela & Glen Coutts
Drawing on projects and studies from northern countries, Relate North: Culture, Community and Communication explores contemporary practices in arts-based research and knowledge exchange in the fields of art and design. This anthology contains contributions from Canada, England, Finland, Norway, Russia and Scotland.
Relate North: Art, Heritage & Identity brings together the work of leading scholars to explore issues in the field of contemporary art, design, and arts-based research.
The book brings together original articles that make visible international and cross-disciplinary research results, putting forward an interesting variety of findings that offer a look into the possible future of media.
Drawing on studies from Canada, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia and Scotland, Relate North 2014 explores contemporary practices in arts based research and knowledge exchange in the fields of arts and design.
Service design with theory presents discussions and debates from three distinct areas of service design research: societal change, value co-creation and development of service design.
Art and life of Reidar Särestöniemi. The book is bilingual: Finnish and English.
Old Lapland Revives in Andreas Alariesto’s Paintings and Stories.
Reijo Raekallio and his art in this bilingual publication.
Young illustration in honour of the 160th anniversary of The Kalevala. This book is bilingual: Finnish and English.
As a truly multidisciplinary anthology, Extending Experiences sheds new light on the mesh of possibilities and influences the player engages with.