• 24 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - We live a world where wealth, health and knowledge are unequally shared. Can design help mend the gaps between our world's 'haves' and 'have-nots'?
  • 22 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - The recent convergence of multimedia and digital technologies along with the unprecedented gateway to a diverse breadth of information has opened many opportunities as well as major challenges and adverse effects.
  • 21 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - Sustainability covers the following three dimensions: the social and ethical, the environmental and the economical.
  • 20 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - For over a hundred years, Turkey has turned West with respect to its development in culture and arts and tried to define the relationship between design and tradition in relation to Europe.
  • 19 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - In 2004, Athens will host the Olympic Games. Mrs. Theodora Mantzaris will showcase the Corporate Identity programme that has been developped to support and give a face to this worldwide event.
  • 18 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - Cagla Turgul (Turkey) recently joined the '6 Alfabe' student workshop leaders who are polishing the concept and format of the workshop that will be announced in the next few days.
  • 17 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - Hon Bing-wah's presentation at the 'Building Bridges' semainar will focus on the diversity of identity influences that exemplifies the development of Hong Kong's design bearing and will address issues related to diversity.
  • 16 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - Elif Yalcinkaya joined the workshop leaders for the '6 Alfabe' student workshop and will lead the research and experiments around the Roman alphabet.
  • 15 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - During the 'Building Bridges' seminar, Aleksandra Nina Knezevic will talk about how artists and designers survived the past 10 challenging years in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
  • 14 Jan 2004
    Istanbul (Turkey) - At the 'Building Bridges' semainar in Istanbul, Mervyn Kurlansky will trace the development of the graphic design profession through the work of Pentagram and his own work produced over the past forty years
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