In spring, a design consultancy project together with Tartu Art School was launched, to help to design logos, packages, websites etc for rural entrepreneurs. First stage of the project in spring 2017 gave us the first experience of cooperation. Now, in autumn season we will be starting the second stage of the project. As we have learned, we need more communication between students and entrepreneurs in order to have clear direction for design work. And, we’ll also try to keep our eyes on the schedule in order to be ready to offer help, whenever the solutions get stuck.
“Usually, good communication is of critical importance for reaching the best design solution,” says the design project manager Katrin Kull from Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Countryside.
Janika Nõmmela-Semjonov from tartu Art School finds the project very useful for all participants as it helps to create experiences of communicating with purpose. Young designers can have a valuable experience of working with real clients and could learn from each other as well as from clients.
Design solutions of stage two will be ready for Christmas 2017.
Food crafts festival invites you to explore the goods made by fifty local food producers that all come from nine regions of Zemgale.
This study visit took place in Cávado territory in the north-west of Portugal for 8 to 12 April 2019, was one of the activities of this transnational cooperation project supported under Action 10.3 – Cooperative Activities of the PDR2020 LAGs, whose objective is to disseminate principles and good practices implemented in sustainable tourism initiatives and projects, and to allow the exchange of experiences among entrepreneurs, technicians and other local actors in the various territories involved, which includes 8 Local Action Groups from four countries (Portugal, Estonia, Latvia and Slovenia).