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ICE MasterWorks Foundation Series

WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT

ICE MasterWorks Foundation Series.

Monday, 19 July, 2pm to 5 pm

Guest Master: Kenneth Bringzén, Institute of Aesthetics, Linköpings University, Sweden.

A workshop to explore the establishment of a joint NZ-Sweden student and staff exchange programme based around teaching and applied research integrating the disciplines of outdoor education and recreation, innovation, creativity, design, multi-media, and enterprise leadership.

Location: College of Business HRM Communications Laboratory, Turitea Campus (Palmerston North), BSC B-1.08, 2pm to 5 pm.

The workshop forms part of the teaching programme for the Massey University course 152.334 Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Creativity. The workshop will be recorded on videotape. (EMW/99-2)

Further details: Dr Peter Mellalieu, Email: p.mellalieu@massey.ac.nz, tel (021) 68 00 42.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Biographical Note: Kenneth Bringzén Kenneth is an academic with the Institute of Aesthetics, Linköpings University, Sweden, where he teaches design and creativity to a wide range of students including teachers and civil engineers. He graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from the Swedish Royal State School of Art, Craft and Design, Stockholm. He has designed industrial products such as furniture, audio equipment, lighting, and kitchens for companies including IKEA, Husqvarna, Ericsson, Cambridge, Yamaha, and Carter Holt Harvey. He has worked with or consulted to clients in Sweden, Japan, Kuwait, Portugal, the USA, and New Zealand, where he was also Head of Design at the Avalon National Film Unit.

Peter MELLALIEU ICE MasterWorkS Foundation

C/- Enterprise Development Programme: Department of Management Systems College of Business Studies, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

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