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Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society
Frölunda Culture Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden

The main theme of the symposium is:
• Ceramic art and design for a sustainable society

The symposium will address the following sub-themes:

• Research/education/practice in ceramic art and design for a sustainable society
• Inter-/multi-/trans-disciplinary approaches with other fields or cooperation towards a sustainable society
• Conservation and/or preservation of ceramics to maintain tradition
• Development, renewal or modernisation traditional craftsmanship of ceramics
• Role and importance of museum, culture centre and gallery related with ceramic art and design for a sustainable society
• Politics, decision makers or stakeholders related with ceramic art and design for a sustainable society
• Industry, business management and market related with ceramic art and design for a sustainable society
• Relationship and communication with the public for a sustainable society

*Submissions*

Contributions may take the form of written texts (Maximum 5000 words for a scientific paper and maximum of 2500 words for a popular scientific paper). Alternatively, you can also contribute an abstract within 300 words or an extended abstract for an artistic presentation within 500 words. In addition, authors are asked to submit a brief (100 words or less) personal
biography.

Submissions should be sent by email to Dr. Jeoung-Ah Kim kjeounga@gmail.comby February 10, 2011.

Special guest
• Thomas Martinsson (Chairman of the Cultural Committee, City of Gothenburg, Sweden) will open the exhibition.

Confirmed keynote speakers (A-Z)
• Janet Mansfield (Australia)
• Kennet Williamsson (Sweden)
• Merran Esson (Australia)
• Nancy Selvage (USA)
• Tapio Yli-Viikari (Finland)
• Won-Seok Kim (South Korea)

THE EVENT IS FREE BUT PLACES ARE LIMITED.

Participants are encouraged to present their research in form of a short talk (20 minutes) or in poster format. The selected contributions will be published in a symposium book (ISBN).

Website(s):
- www.ics2011.com.