EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Everyday Life – Signs of Awareness

TALK SERIES VOL. 4 Omoto Aya “Future of Danish and Japanese design education”

Information

Period :
2017.9.16 (Sat.)
13:00-14:30 doors open at 12:30
Venue :
Lecture Hall / 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
For More Information:
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Phone: +81-76-220-2800
Facsimile: +81-76-220-2802
E-Mail: info@kanazawa21.jp

The series of talks will cover an interdisciplinary selection of topics across the fields of design, education, medical care and urban planning with a view to deepening the understanding of the exhibition.
*Japanese only

Profile

Omoto Aya (creative process designer, Laere Inc.)

Creative Process Designer and Co-founder of Laere Inc.
After working in the fields of brand strategy and communication development for major consumer goods manufacturers, Aya became the first Japanese student to be accepted to the hybrid business design school, KAOSPILOT and graduated in June, 2015. At KAOSPILOT, she mainly studied entrepreneurship and creative leadership and worked on societal and organizational development projects in Denmark, the U.K, South Africa and Japan. Currently, she develops creative education and organizational development programs for companies, universities, NPOs and individuals. She is the author of a series of articles on Diamond Shoseki Online called, “Design thinking from the happy country of Denmark”.
Laere Inc is an education design firm which aims at creating the best learning experience across nationalities and ages by connecting Japan and Denmark. We believe learning is not only about gaining knowledge, but also about becoming wiser, being adaptable to change and is the engine for continued personal growth. Laere Inc works for a sustainable future by helping individuals, organizations and society to transform the learning experience into practical experience.

Organizers

Organized by:
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (Kanazawa Art Promotion and Development Foundation)
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