What does school mean?
What differentiates education from information?
How to reduce the gap between school and work?
No words can describe how illuminating an expert's insight can be. The sense of novelty, the difference in perspective, and the example of real-life make the difference in stimulating innovation as a characteristic of creative work. Techniques are necessary in this field, but it's the ideas that make a difference.
Monograph is a series of meetings with key figures from the creative industry, moments for reducing the distance between school and work, creating your own network, and experiencing school as a place for dialogue. All fundamental steps to expressing yourself creatively and pursuing happiness.
Federigo is an Italy based art director and multidisciplinary designer. With him the students had the possibility to discover the role of the Art Director: how to manage the communication of a brand, how to interpret the needs and specificities and what is the creative process.
Art Director at GQ
Yuto Taniguchi is a professor assistant of the Digital Creative Course at UEDA College of Fashion and he is active in NFT and fashion. With the lecture 'Patterns and colors of traditional Japanese clothing', he introduced his work and his future approach, establishing Ueda Gakuen's unique method of fusing fashion production and 3DCG skills.
UEDA College of Fashion (Osaka, Japan)
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IED Monograph: Graziela Sousa
Graziela Sousa is a Fashion Design Professor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon, and Special Projects coordinator at ModaLisboa Association - Lisboa Fashion Week.
"Now is Better": Stefan Sagmeister presented his book at IED Firenze
Stefan Sagmeister is one of the most important contemporary graphic designers: on November 29 he presented his latest book Now is Better at IED Firenze.
IED Monograph: Joana Vasconcelos
Joana Vasconcelos, the visionary Portuguese artist who challenges conventions and gender stereotypes, will be part of the Monograph series at IED Firenze.
IED Monograph at Centro Pecci: Diego Marcon
Students and professors from IED attended the preview of the exhibition "Diego Marcon: Glassa," followed by an exclusive talk with the artist.
IED Monograph: Alessandra Invernizzi
Passionate and hardworking professional in the fashion industry since 30 years, Alessandra Invernizzi is currently Senior Account Manager EMEA Wholesale Independents for one of the world leading fashion company: Burberry.
IED Monograph: Danielle Kwateng
Danielle Kwateng, journalist, editor, and Executive Editor of Teen Vogue will be giving a live guest lecture titled "What is Creative Direction?" for the students of the Fashion courses at IED Firenze.