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M+/Design Trust Research Fellowship 2016

by Simon Yuen on Dec 2, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Joseph Grima and the team of Daniel Cooper and Juliana Kei are the recipients of the M+/Design Trust Research Fellowship 2016

M+ and Design Trust have announced that Joseph Grima and the team of Daniel Cooper and Juliana Kei are the recipients of the M+/Design Trust Research Fellowship 2016.

Joseph Grima

During his five-month term, Joseph Grima will examine the contemporary design eco-systems of Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta.  The team of Daniel Cooper and Juliana Kei will undertake a three-month fellowship with the topic being 76 Countries and One Administrative Zone: Hong Kong in World Expos, investigating Hong Kong’s representation on the international stage.

Daniel Cooper

The 2016 programme expands the number of fellowships from one to two. M+/Design Trust Research Fellows are selected by a jury consisting of M+ and Design Trust representatives, based on the their topic and ability to contribute to bodies of knowledge relating to design and architecture in Hong Kong and the Peral River Delta Region.

The inaugural fellowship will be concluded by 2015 fellow Ling Fan on 24 Nov with his talk How Hong Kong Helped Shape Beijing and the Contemporary Chinese City.

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