27 July 2022 - 27 July 2022
19:00 PM - 21:00 PM
Cámara de Comercio Italiana en México., Mexico City - Mexico
On July 27th, IED will present the second in these series of webinars with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico.
On July 27th, IED will present the second in these series of webinars with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, the Masterclass in Motion Graphics.
IED Istituto Europeo di Design and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico collaborate in the development of a virtual program throughout the year for the Mexican public, selecting experts from the creative industries to give conferences and workshops virtually.
On July 27th, IED will present the second in these series of webinars with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, the Masterclass in Motion Graphics with the experts Aitor Aretxabaleta, Motion Graphics Designers and Co-founder of the Hopper INK studio; and Eneko Egaña, Motion Grapher at Irusoin, the leading audiovisual company in the Basque Country. Both teachers in the Motion Graphics Master at IED Kunsthal Bilbao.
Together they will teach a Masterclass in Motion Graphics where they will tell us about the structure of a Motion Graphics piece. Breaking down and analyzing how these pieces are created. Based on real examples and true advertising campaigns to see what its structure is. As well as designing the movement of a piece before designing it. On various occasions there is a tendency to give movement to static pieces already designed, but motion graphics goes further, designing movement from the beginning.
In addition, all those participants who are interested in being part of IED will have the opportunity to learn about its academic offer at the headquarters in Spain and Italy. They will also be able to ask questions related to study plans, costs, scholarships, admission requirements, discounts and promotions, etc. since they will have the opportunity to do so with our representatives who will accompany the participants virtually.
Monday, July 27th [VIRTUAL]
Time: 12:00 pm ( mexican local time/19:00 spanish time)
Venue: Virtual - Free access