07 September 2021
The theme (on which the Jammers of Milan and Rome will be asked to reflect in the next edition of the GGJ) decided by the IED Research Centre, will be Transformative Resilience. This involves the ability to react to a shock or a moment of crisis, and actively adapt to reality, implementing a transformation and designing future scenarios.
They will address this through SDG 12 and, specifically, Target 8 (by 2030: ensuring that people all over the world have the relevant information and awareness about sustainable development as well as lifestyles in harmony with nature), considered in their relationship with the other SDGs. The perimeter within which they will operate will be the city, considered from the territorial plans of Milan and Rome, and its relationship with those who live, visit and experience it.
The questions (formulated with the aim of bringing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into the concrete reality) known and shared by the participants in the Jam, will concern aspects such as the “renaturalisation” of the city. That is imagining new green spaces and different ways of enjoying urban nature – or the very concept of waste – given that the boundary between real and virtual has now been crossed and digital pollution has become an issue that cannot be underestimated. These are just a few examples from which to generate possible solutions, in line with the philosophy of JAM and sustainable development. In fact, starting from local problems it is possible to create projects and solutions that, when networked, can also have an impact at global level!
GLOBAL Goals JAM Milan and Rome
16, 17, 18 September 2021
9 am – 6 pm via Alcamo, 11-Roma; via Piranesi, 10 Milano
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We are ready to kick off the first edition of the Master of Arts in Transdisciplinary Design. The course will take place in Turin and will combine the topics of Mobility of the future and Cities in Flux.
After two years, returns IED Roma Graduation Ceremony, to celebrate the latest graduates in the presence of teachers, families and friends. Two hundred and sixty-one diplomas were awarded.
10 scholarships to promote the talent of young creatives.
This will be a series of meetings and interviews to tell what happens after graduating from a master's degree.
Students take us through their thesis projects, from behind the scenes to company satisfaction.
The final work of the Master in Arts Management is an event that offers the visitor an innovative and engaging experience to explore the intersection between creativity and culture, hosted by the Galleria Nazionale of Rome
Il Giro del Mondo in 80 Giorni - 150 anni dopo (Around the World in 80 Days - 150 Years Later) (book by graphic designers from IED Rome), the start-up Potap (a family of filters to purify water, by two product designers from IED Milan) and the tech fashion collection LAGRANDE: SISTEMA are officially competing for the prestigious Compasso d'Oro Award
One gold, one silver and several mentions for the campaigns of former Creative Direction and Communication Design students at the most important award in Italy dedicated to advertising creativity
IED Milano and IED Cagliari kick off the brand new course in Communication Design
Francesco Meda is an Italian designer and winner of the Compasso d'oro. He graduated in 2006 from IED Milano with a degree in Industrial Design and then gained experience in London in Sebastian Bergne's studio and later in Ross Lovegrove's studio. Creative Director of Acerbis with David Lopez Quincoces.
Manuel Alberto Claro was born in Santiago, Chile. In 1974, he moved to Denmark and since that time he lives in Copenhagen. He graduated as a stills photographer from IED Milano in 1994 and then worked as an assistant photographer in Milan, New York City and Copenhagen before enrolling at the National Film School of Denmark in 1997. He also works on commercials for companies like IKEA, Nokia, and Volkswagen, and on music videos for the likes of FKA Twigs, Paloma Faith, and Rhye. He is an active member of the Danish Society of Cinematographers.
Giulio Di Sturco is an award-winning photographer, based between London and Paris. He studied at IED Roma before moving to Canada and then to India, where he spent five years refining his visual language.
Next February be part of our inspiring Semester courses and develop new skills in an international and engaging environment!
From 5 to 27 October, the second edition of the marathon dedicated to the social impact of design welcomes the students of the three-year course in Product design to talk about "The Future is Rail", a project that outlines trains according to the needs of travelers and was born together to Legambiente
The emerging fashion designer gained distinction as part of the Camera Nazionale della Moda programme dedicated to the excellence of Italian schools.
A can’t-miss appointment with emerging fashion design features recent graduates of IED Milano and Roma campuses at the ADI Museum on 20 September.
On 30 September, 12 managers from large companies will meet online with students and lecturers to discuss a highly topical issue.
“IED helped me to make the shift from fashion retail onto modern art."