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NABA MA in Communication Design organizes “Millennials vs People. Ovvero: come conquistarsi un posto in un mondo vampiro”: a series of seminars starting from May 7th at NABA Campus.
The job market is evolving: new jobs are born and others disappear. The guests, all NABA former students, will be able to offer two distinct points of view: their recent student experience and in their current jobs in the professional world. The guests are all of different ages, from diverse job contexts and professional positions but all have one thing in common, they are Millennials.

Guests:

May 7th, Stefano Aschieri, co-founder of Wood’d
May 14th, Luca Genova, CEO Dreamers and Makers
May 21st, Matteo Fumagalli, booktuber and influencer
May 28th, Laura Del Sindaco, Graphic Designer / Photo&Image Producer at Giorgio Armani
June 4th, Chiara Leonardi, filmmaker

Cycle of seminars
Millennials vs People.
Ovvero: come conquistarsi un posto in un mondo vampiro

Curated by MA in Communication Design
Monday 7-14-21-28 May 2018, monday June 4th 2018
From 6 pm to 7.30 pm
Room E 1.1

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La mostra From Foot to Head, giunta alla sua terza edizione, realizzata dagli studenti del Biennio Specialistico in Fashion and Textile Design sarĂ  ospitata nel centro di Milano a partire dalla Design Week fino al prossimo 5 Maggio.

Il progetto nasce da un’intuizione di Cinzia Ruggeri sul desiderio di ogni individuo di “lasciare una traccia, un segno, un messaggio”. Cinzia Ruggeri, artista, fashion and interior designer e docente NABA, ha chiesto ai suoi studenti di pensare ad una possibile impronta che racchiuda la personalità del proprio alter ego. Queste visioni si materializzano attraverso la costruzione manuale degli elementi che ne compongono l’identità: l’impronta, la scarpa, l’abito, l’accessorio. Elementi tutti rigorosamente costruiti con le proprie mani attraverso una metodologia che predilige l’intuito e la capacità di narrare una storia.

Designer: Maria Enrica Barbieri, Deepayon Bera, Cuier Chen, Siyin Chen, Tianyun Chen, Sharon Della Tommasina, Claudia Di Lorenzo, Alla Efimova, Lucia Fiore, Domenico Formichetti, Chuming Fu, Shi Chi Kuo, Francesca La Russa, Mingdi Li, Bingxin Li, Siyu Lian, Siming Lin, Xin Lin, Manni Luo, Yue Ming, Feng Nie, Susanna recchia, Song Ren, Mariaa Rudenko, Xiaoyan Sun, Yuchen Tan, Raffaella Tarantola, Katherine Hildegard Taube, Ning Wan, Anqi Wang, Yi Xuan wang, Jinghui Xu, Ningyang Xu, Yuanxiao Yang, Ding Yuan, Shinan Zeng, Yue Ziyan.

A cura di: Cinzia Ruggeri, Aldo Lanzini e Luca Belotti

Assistente accademico: Sara Khalilnejad

From Foot to Head
Dal 10 Aprile al 5 Maggio 2018
Galleria Artepassante
Stazione del passante ferroviario Porta Venezia, Milano
Ingresso METRO angolo Viale Tunisia Corso Buenos Aires

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The third edition of “From Foot to Head” exhibition, realized by NABA MA in Fashion and Textile Design students, will be host in Milan city center starting from the Design Week until May 5th.

The project traces its roots from Cinzia Ruggeri insight on the desire of everyone to “leave a trace, a sign, a message”. Cinzia Ruggeri, artist, fashion and interior designer and NABA Teacher, challenges her students to think of a possible footprint that encompasses the personality of their alter egos. These visions are materialized through the manual construction of the elements that constitute the identity: footprints, shoes, apparel and accessories. All elements are hand-made, using a methodology based on intuition and storytelling.

Designer: Maria Enrica Barbieri, Deepayon Bera, Cuier Chen, Siyin Chen, Tianyun Chen, Sharon Della Tommasina, Claudia Di Lorenzo, Alla Efimova, Lucia Fiore, Domenico Formichetti, Chuming Fu, Shi Chi Kuo, Francesca La Russa, Mingdi Li, Bingxin Li, Siyu Lian, Siming Lin, Xin Lin, Manni Luo, Yue Ming, Feng Nie, Susanna recchia, Song Ren, Mariaa Rudenko, Xiaoyan Sun, Yuchen Tan, Raffaella Tarantola, Katherine Hildegard Taube, Ning Wan, Anqi Wang, Yi Xuan wang, Jinghui Xu, Ningyang Xu, Yuanxiao Yang, Ding Yuan, Shinan Zeng, Yue Ziyan.

Curated by: Cinzia Ruggeri, Aldo Lanzini e Luca Belotti

Academic Assistant: Sara Khalilnejad

From Foot to Head
From April 10th to May 5th 2018
Galleria Artepassante
Train station Porta Venezia, Milan
Entrance METRO Viale Tunisia/Corso Buenos Aires

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NABA has been invited to participate with projects, lectures and a workshop in the special exhibition dedicated to Italy at Shenzhen Design Week 2018. The Italian participation will develop throughout the week with seminars and workshops, taking the form of a Pavilion, especially designed by the members of the Shenzhen-based Italian Design Association (IDA), hosted in Shenzhen UCCN (Unesco Creative Cities Network) Exchange Center at Design Society | Sea World Culture and Arts Center. The national installation, called "From Micro to Macro: Italian Designers in South China", will remain open from April 20th to May 4th and will explore every aspect of Italian design, from architecture to product and fashion.

NABA will be present with an exhibition illustrating the academy’s interdisciplinary approach to education. A series of videos will present design projects realized by the students and faculty, while the dedicated hall will showcase the “Milano Souvenir” project, with a selection of works by the students, placed as landmarks on the map of Milan, the city considered the world capital of design.

April 28th will be dedicated to “NABA Day”, including the presentation of projects and the workshop “Design in the Air”, as a practical example of the meaning and role of design. The workshop participants, led by Nicoletta Morozzi and Zhanglei, with the precious support of a master kite maker, will realize 100 kites representing iconic and contemporary objects of Italian design and fly them in the Shenzhen sky.

Shenzhen Design Week 2018
Shenzhen UCCN (Unesco Creative Cities Network) Exchange Center at Design Society | Sea World Culture and Arts Center
Italian Pavilion
April 20th- May 4th
NABA Day – April 28th – 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

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NABA è stata invitata a partecipare all’esposizione che vede l’Italia come ospite d’onore di Shenzhen Design Week 2018. La partecipazione italiana si svilupperà su tutta la settimana attraverso seminari e workshop, e prenderà la forma di un padiglione, appositamente progettato dall’associazione basata a Shenzhen ‘Italian Design Association’ (IDA), che verrà ospitato nel Shenzhen UCCN (Unesco Creative Cities Network) Exchange Center at Design Society | Sea World Culture and Arts Center. L’installazione nazionale, intitolata “From micro to macro: Italian Designers in South China”, aperta dal 20 aprile al 4 maggio, declina ogni aspetto del design italiano, dall’architettura al design alla moda.

NABA sarà presente con un’area espositiva che permetterà di esplorare l’approccio interdisciplinare dell’Accademia. Oltre a una serie di video, verrà esposto il progetto “Milano Souvenir” con una serie di lavori realizzati dagli studenti, posizionati come punti di riferimento sulla pianta di Milano, la città considerata la capitale internazionale del design.

Il 28 aprile si svolgerà una giornata definita “NABA Day” dedicata alla presentazione dei progetti esposti, comprensiva di un workshop intitolato “Design in the Air”, come modo di rappresentazione pratica del significato e del ruolo del design. I partecipanti al workshop, condotto da Nicoletta Morozzi e Zhanglei , con la collaborazione preziosa di un maestro della fabbricazione di aquiloni, realizzeranno 100 aquiloni raffiguranti oggetti iconici o contemporanei del design italiano da far volare nel cielo di Shenzhen.

Shenzhen Design Week 2018
Shenzhen UCCN (Unesco Creative Cities Network) Exchange Center at Design Society | Sea World Culture and Arts Center
Padiglione Italia
20 aprile – 4 maggio
NABA Day – 28 aprile – dale 10.00 alle 17.00

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Marco Scotini, Director of the Visual Arts Department at NABA, and artistic director of the upcoming Yinchuan Biennale, opening from June to September 2018, is holding a lecture at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art in Singapore on April 18th.

His lecture “Ecologies on the Edge” is based on research work in preparation for the Biennale and discusses a new concept of the environment and the role contemporary art may play when it engages the extra-disciplinary. Scotini argues how, in this project, the new paradigms that inform our understanding of living systems are not reduced to the subject matter of the Biennale but are rather employed to question the limits of the exhibition format as such in order to eventually produce a new ecological model for exhibitions. 

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Marco Scotini, Directtore del Dipartimento di Arti Visive di NABA, e Direttore Artistico della Biennale di Yinchuan, che si svolgerĂ  da giugno a settembre 2018, tiene una lecture presso il NTU Centre for Contemporary Art di Singapore il 18 aprile.

La sua lecture intitolata “Ecologies on the Edge”, basata sul lavoro di ricerca svolto in preparazione della Biennale, discute un nuovo concetto dell’ambiente e del ruolo svolto dall’arte contemporanea quando ingaggia l’extra-disciplinare. Scotini afferma che, in questo progetto, i nuovi paradigmi che informano la nostra comprensione dei sistemi abitativi non si riducono all’oggetto della Biennale ma piuttosto vengono utilizzati per mettere in discussione il formato espositivo in quanto tale per poter produrre un nuovo modello ecologico di esibizione. 

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The partnership between NABA and Centri Porsche di Milano continues after last year’s success. For this second edition, the students of the BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction were asked to design the livery of the new Panamera Sport Turismo E-Hybrid.

In line with the new model’s focus on sustainability, the students were asked to work on the theme “Green Future”. The winning project, selected by the management team and the marketing department of Centri Porsche di Milano,was designed by students Rebecca Avalli, Domenico Carnimeo, Simone Citron and Giuditta Zorzi.

The students, who were awarded 1000 euros, will have the opportunity to see their creation exhibited during Milano Design Week 2018, at the Furniture design Center Bredaquaranta in Via Fatebenefratelli 10.

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Continua il sodalizio creativo tra Centri Porsche di Milano e NABA, iniziato lo scorso anno. Gli studenti del Triennio in Graphic Design e Art Direction sono stati chiamati per questa seconda edizione a interpretare la livrea della nuova Panamera Sport Turismo E-Hybrid.

Coerente con la vocazione eco-sostenibile del nuovo modello, il workshop ha visto gli studenti cimentarsi con il tema “Green Future”. Il progetto vincitore, selezionato dalla Direzione Generale e dal Reparto Marketing dei Centri Porsche di Milano, porta la firma degli studenti Rebecca Avalli, Domenico Carnimeo, Simone Citron e Giuditta Zorzi.

Oltre a ricevere in premio la somma di mille euro, i vincitori avranno la possibilitĂ  di vedere la loro creazione esposta durante Milano Design Week 2018, presso il Furniture design Center Bredaquaranta di Via Fatebenefratelli 10.

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On the occasion of the Milano Design Week, the young Chinese designer Hao Min will present her thesis collection of the MA in Fashion and Textile Design at the Chinese Cultural Center.

The haute couture collection, designed and created by Hao Min, is inspired by the shapes and decorations of traditional Chinese porcelain, proposing the hybrid language of the NABA Master's training: not only mixing different cultures, but also a design method that moves on the increasingly undefined limit between design and fashion.

Moreover, porcelain vases, scroll of Chinese calligraphy, ancient musical instruments will be shown

During the exhibition period, the Chinese Cultural Center will offer workshops and demonstrations of traditional activities such as tea ceremony, calligraphy and musical performances.

Setting up is curated by Ali Karami, alumnus of the NABA Master in Fashion and Textile Design, now NABA teacher.

Chinese Cultural Centre

April 17th-21st // from 2pm to 9pm

Via Paolo Sarpi 26 Milano

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