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Everything Happens So Much - Closing Event

Event date
17 October 2018 (6pm to 9pm)
Status
Open
Everything Happens So Much - Closing Event

Wednesday 17 October 2018
6-9pm
Free and open to all – booking essential (book)


With a talk delivered by special guest Thomas Markussen, performances from Supra Systems, Design School Students, and a schedule celebrating the final day where Everything Happens So Much.

Our speaker:
Thomas Markussen Associate Professor of Social Design at SDU Design, University of Southern Denmark. Thomas will be responding to the manifesto and the exhibition from an international design research perspective.

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