Education

(Italiano) MRD – Cronache di un master itinerante #2

Il primo modulo del Master Relational Design, per usare un termine molto caro a ciclicti e ciclofili, ha scollinato. E non a caso, visto che si tratta del modulo dal titolo Mobilità e veicoli. Get out of your car, get into my dreams tenuto da Marco Lampugnani dello studio snark insieme al partner Centro Ricerche Fiat.... READ MORE...

(Italiano) MRD. Cronache di un master itinerante

(Italiano) Dopo mesi di preparazione, settimane di riunioni, giorni troppo corti con le loro 24 h, centinaia di kilometri in giro per l’Italia per le presentazioni, qualche tera di byte occupato tra conversazioni via e­mail, chat su skype ed elaborazione di immagini, foto, video e documenti di vario tipo, finalmente oggi 14 febbraio alle 9.30 è suonata la campanella ed il Master Relational Design è iniziato.... READ MORE...

“Introduzione ai media digitali”. Watching at the technology-society connection

Short History of Nearly Everything is the title of a popular science book published some time ago. But may also be the subtitle of Adam Arvidsson and Alessandro Delfanti Introduzione ai Media Digitali, a short history (150 pages) of nearly everything that an internet user or university student needs to know about the political, economic and social implications of new digital media.... READ MORE...

Design Summer Camp 2013: Call for Entries, by Design Library Milan

In collaboration with small and medium enterprises, professionals from the craft industry, local entities, designers and e-commerce platforms, DesignLibrary opens a Call for Entry to designers who would like to cement themselves into the world of work. A week-long intensive workshop on site next to craftsmen of district products from Como, Lecco and Treviso, under the supervision of three exceptional coaches.... READ MORE...

¿Qué Educación para Marte? by Valerio Rocco Orlando at Villa e Collezione Panza, Varese

¿Qué Educación para Marte?, the solo exhibition of the Italian artist Valerio Rocco Orlando opens on March 16th 2013 at Villa e Collezione Panza (Varese), the property owned by FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano. This is the first appointment of AN EDUCATION, a series of exhibitions of artists’ videos and workshops conceived for students and anyone interested in contemporary art. The video - of the same title - will be available for viewing in the project room of the Villa until April 24th.... READ MORE...

Wefab Days Make the right thing!

WeFab is a three-day event during the Milano Design Week. It is hosted by a collaborative clothing platform, OpenWear, and by Vectorealism, a digital fabrication facility based in Milan. WeFab offers Milano Design Week's visitors a way to explore creative possibilities with new technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting.... READ MORE...

Learning Machines Art Education and Alternative Production of Knowledge

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary, NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Milano) – the first private art Academy in Italy founded by artists in order to oppose the rigid structure of the official Academy, organizes and hosts an international project "Learning Machines. Art Education and alternative production of knowledge". Through a vast number of initiatives this event will not just articulate the past and future of NABA, but will also stem to provide a profound reflection, and open up a discussion on the relationship between art and education, between institutional and non-institutional practices.... READ MORE...

Laboral SummerLab 2010

For the third year running, LABoral has organised SummerLAB, an annual event conceived to bring young digital creators and developers together with the purpose of working on collaborative projects. After an open international call, eight projects were chosen to be developed over a period of ten days during the month of July at Plataforma 0_LABoral Centro de Producción.... READ MORE...

MIT program in art, culture and technology

SA+P Dean Adèle Naudé Santos and ACT Director Ute Meta Bauer invite you to an evening of events to celebrate the union of two prestigious units within the MIT School of Architecture and Planning. The Center for Advanced Visual Studies and the MIT Visual Arts Program have merged to become the MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT).... READ MORE...