// PROGRAM

8 may – Thursday
9.00 // CONTEMPORARY ARTS
Ann Albritton [Ringling College of Art & Design]

Room 3
9.00 // X-FILES
Aparajita Dutta [Royal Academy of Art, The Hague]

DECivil
9.00 // LEADERSHIP & STRATEGY
Elsebeth Gerner-Nielsen [Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media]
Luisa Collina [Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art, Design and Media]

Room 1
9.00 // RESEARCH VECTORS FOR DESIGN AND ART (ReVeDA)
Lorenzo Imbesi [Sapienza University of Rome]
Loredano Di Lucchio [Sapienza University of Rome]
Mariana Amatullo [Art Center College of Design, Pasadena]

Sapo LAb | DeCA
13.00
LUNCH
14.30 // INDUSTRY AND INNOVATION
Sam Bucolo [University of Technology Sydney]
Professor Marjolijn Brussaard Dean [School of Art & Design Nottingham Trent University]

Room 2
16.00 // No Walls but MEMBRANES
Ingrid Schuffelers [University of the Arts Utrecht]
Anke Coumans [University of the Arts Utrecht]

Room 3
9 may – Friday
11.00 // X-FILES
Aparajita Dutta [Royal Academy of Art, The Hague]

DECivil

 

// INFO

 

Industry and Innovation

This cumulus network aims to better understand and shape the role of design education to match the future demand of industry to innovative within a rapidly changing global economic environment.
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Contemporary Arts

Rhiannon Jones and Carol Jones of the School of Art and Design of Nottingham Trent University, will facilitate a workshop entitled Engaging Arts through Empowering Acts.

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X-Files

Concept program available

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Leadership & Strategy

Preliminary program available

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No walls but Membranes

In this working group we like to share the ideas we got from a project with other schools working on the new pedagogical challenges of design education and practices to enable students to shape their future profession.

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Research Vectors for Design and Art (ReVeDA)

We invite you to attend the inaugural meeting for the relaunch of the Cumulus research working group. The goals of the ReVeDa working group will be to build on the knowledge-base generated by the previous working group and develop a renewed roadmap and set of actionable activities for the working group’s contributions in the next three years.

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