Scent Culture Institute @ Esxence 2016 Update

SCI was represented at the Esxence 2016 in Milano with two events that are now available to view online:

Thursday, March 31st @ 12.30 p.m.
Roundtable: Judging & Criticism in Artistic Perfumery


Moderator: Claus Noppeney (Bern University of Applied Sciences)

You can read more about this roundtable at Fragrantica:


Friday, April 1st @ 1.00 p.m.
Announcement: Finalists of the Art and Olfaction Awards


You can find the finalists on the AOA website:

Join 1,634 other subscribers

One Response

  1. If to start building up the language of perfumery and the criticism of it’s grammar and vocabulary, one has to consider not only the final product and the affection and impressions of the market. One has to consider all the elements, codes and parts, all the lines: raw materials used, their quality, the complexity or simplicity of the formula, length or shortness, the outcome, the effect, perceptions and meanings arised. It should have some personal reflections, mainly based on the knowledge of classics to compare and detect possible copies. A perfume is more than a story and the nose behind it. Perfumery is way more complex entity to analyse and criticize.
    Full feedback:

Comments are closed.

Back to Top
%d bloggers like this: