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Glass is Tomorrow Conference

As announced previously, the next workshop of GLASS IS TOMORROW II will take place next month at the Verrerie of Saint-Just (FR).  A conference and a pecha kucha is organized the 22 of May, save the date & don’t miss it !For more informations :Press Release (EN)Press Release (FR)PROGRAM...
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As announced previously, the next workshop of GLASS IS TOMORROW II will take place next month at the Verrerie of Saint-Just (FR).  A conference and a pecha kucha is organized the 22 of May, save the date & don’t miss it !

For more informations :
Press Release (EN)
Press Release (FR)

PROGRAM :

THURSDAY 22 MAY, 2014

CONFERENCE AND PECHA KUCHA (Preliminary planning)

Venue: Auditorium Cité du Design

3 Rue Javelin Pagnon
F- 42000 Saint-Etienne, France

17:30 – Welcome speech by Ludovic Noel – Cité du Design and ESADSE – École Supérieure d’Art et Design de Saint-Étienne

17:35 – Introduction by Lise Coirier – Pro Materia/ Glass is Tomorrow II 17:45 – Presentation – Saint-Just Glassworks
17:55 – Presentation – Glass solution Saint-Gobain
18:05 – Pecha Kucha GITII partners:

Glass Factory (Sweden) Domaine de Boisbuchet (France) CIAV Meisenthal (France)
Vessel Gallery (UK)
ESADSE (France)

18:45 -19:00 Break
19:00 – Pecha Kucha Designers
20:15 – Dinner at la Platine (restaurant at la Cité du Design)

FRIDAY 23 MAY, 2014

VISIT SAINT-JUST GLASSWORKS AND PRESS CONFERENCE (Preliminary planning)

Venue: Saint-Just Glassworks

42176 Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert, France

9:00 – Visit Saint-Just Glassworks
10:00 – Press Conference and interviews with designers

GIT-save the date ( pecha kucha+conference)
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