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Our professors are key to the success of our approach. They are highly skilled educators who are also practicing art and design professionals. They come from leading design and architecture studios, fashion companies, advertising and marketing agencies, and arts and culture institutes. Some are renowned art curators, designers, critics, published authors, or regular contributors to influential art and design magazines. All bring a current, real-world perspective to their lectures and group projects, through which they inspire students to learn, experiment, and grow.

Academic Leadership

Guido Tattoni
NABA Dean
NABA Dean
Guido Tattoni
<p>Sound Engineer and Sound Designer, he earned his BA in Recording Arts and his MA in Creative Media Practice at Middlesex University (London), and, later on, he also graduated in Computer Science at Politecnico di Milano. His research interests include generative compositional techniques, contemporary music, artificial intelligence, interaction design, sound and audio technology, which he investigates through his ongoing PhD Studies, based at the Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP) centre of London College of Communication at University of the Arts London. From 2003 to 2015, he worked in a variety of academic positions in the field of Sound at SAE Institute, that he has also directed. At NABA he has been the Design and Applied Arts Department Head&nbsp; (2015-2019) also teaching Sound Design. NABA Dean since 2019, he guides educational activities of the Academy.</p>
Silvia Simoncelli
NABA Roma Head of Education
NABA Roma Head of Education
Silvia Simoncelli
<p>Head of Education of NABA in Rome, she has served as Course Leader of NABA Academic Master in Contemporary Art Markets in Milan. She regularly holds seminars at Leuphana Universit&auml;t L&uuml;neburg in Germany, she taught at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera and was research assistant for the Master in Curating at Z&uuml;rcher Hochschule der Kunste. She partecipated in and organized conferences in London (ICA), Z&uuml;rich (Migros Museum), Berlin (Technische Universit&auml;t), Milan (NABA, Universit&agrave; Milano-Bicocca). Since 2015 she is part of the board of the Forum per l'arte contemporanea and member of TIAMSA (The International Art Market Studies Association). Her essays appear in books and artist catalogues and she is a contributor to ArtEconomy24 and Exibart.</p>
Italo Rota
NABA Scientific Advisor
NABA Scientific Advisor
Italo Rota
<p>&nbsp;Graduated from the Politecnico di Milano, he is lecturer at Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts and advisor at the Tsinghua University of Beijing. Upon winning the competition to design the interiors of Mus&eacute;e d&rsquo;Orsay in the 80s, in Paris he worked on the renovation of the Centre Pompidou, with Gae Aulenti; the hall of the French school of the Cour Carr&eacute; of the Louvre Museum; the lighting of the Notre-Dame Cathedral and of the banks of the Seine river, and the renovation of the historical center of Nantes. Among his most recent projects: Italian Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020 with Carlo Ratti, Civic Museums of Reggio Emilia, new Elatech factory in Val Brembilla, Bruno Munari Theatre in Milan, Noosphere XX1 Pavilion at Triennale Milano, Expo Milano 2015 Pavilions for Kuwait, Italian Wine and Arts and Foods, and Museo del Novecento in Milan, the headquarters of Columbia University in New York and the Hindu Temple in Dolvy, India.</p>

Department Head

Luca Poncellini
Design and Applied Arts Department Head
Design and Applied Arts Department Head
Luca Poncellini
<p><strong>Design and Applied Arts Department Head</strong></p> <p>Luca Poncellini is an architect and a designer with a PhD in the History of Architecture and City Planning. As a partner in the architecture office Cliostraat until 2009, he has curated projects and has lectured in Italy and in several countries throughout the world. His works have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, at the Van Alen Institute in New York, at ETH in Z&uuml;rich, at MAGA in Gallarate and at Triennale Milano. In 2008 he co-curated the retrospective exhibition Laszlo Hudec, in collaboration with the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. Since 2013 he has been the Course Leader of the MA in Interior Design. Between 2015 and 2019 directed the research lab and the project C-Park. Since 2019 he has been Design and Applied Arts Department Head.</p>
Marco Scotini
Visual Arts Department Head
Visual Arts Department Head
Marco Scotini
<p>Marco Scotini is the Artistic Director of the FM Centre for Contemporary Art, Milan, and Head of the Exhibitions Programme at PAV, Parco Arte Vivente, Turin. He is the Scientific Director of the Archivio Gianni Colombo and the Bert Theis Archive. He has been a member of the Italian Council since 2019. He has been Visual Arts Department Head since 2004. After many collaborations with international artistic institutions (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Documenta, Kassel, MAXXI, Rome, SALT, Istanbul, Castello di Rivoli), he curated the Albanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2015), co-curated the 1st Anren Biennale (2017) and he has been the Artistic Director of the 2nd Yinchuan Biennale in China (2018). Among his most recent publications: Utopian Display. Geopolitical Curating (Quodlibet NABA Insights, 2019), Politiques de la V&eacute;g&eacute;tation (Eterotopia France, 2019), Artecrazia (DeriveApprodi, 2017).</p>

Area Leader

Claudio Larcher
Design Area Leader
Design Area Leader
Claudio Larcher
<p>Born in Milan, he graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano. After a research period in Spain, in Madrid and Barcelona, in 2002 he founded his own studio, Modoloco Design Workshop, a space for experimentation and research, where diverse cultures and experiences are implemented as architectural and design forms. He has taught at the Faculty of Design and Arts of the Free University of Bozen, at Politecnico di Milano, and lectured in Italian and international institutions. He curated and participated in several exhibitions in Italy, Japan, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Sweden. Ambassador of Italian Design for Switzerland, Albany and Uruguay in 2017, 2018, 2019, he is the author of the books Globetrotting designers (Compositori), Design, scuola e solidariet&agrave; (Fausto Lupetti), Design from the Alps (Scheidegger Und Spiess), and Disegnare un cucchiaio per cambiare la citt&agrave; (Quodlibet).</p>
Colomba Leddi
Fashion Design Area Leader
Fashion Design Area Leader
Colomba Leddi
<p>After a number of collaborations with many top fashion designers, including Nanni Strada, Colomba Leddi joined Frammenti in 1992, a group experimenting with artisanal techniques to be applied to the clothing sector. In 1996, she opened her own atelier of tailor-made, unique pieces, and her label can be found in some of the best Italian and foreign boutiques, including Biffi in Milan, Philippe Model Maison in Paris, HP Deco in Japan, Thimbloom in Korea and Bird Boutique in New Zealand. She has participated in several fashion fairs and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad, including Passeggiata evanescente, with Melina Mulas, at Galleria Le 5 Venice, in Venice (2010), W. Women in Italian Design at Triennale Milano (2016-2017), Documenta 2020 &ndash; Windows in pandemic, Tsinghua University Art Museum Beijing (2020). She also works as a theatre and cinema costume designer and has taught at many different universities and academies.</p>
Patrizia Moschella
Communication and Graphic Design Area Leader
Communication and Graphic Design Area Leader
Patrizia Moschella
<p>Sociologist of Cultural Processes, she graduated at Universit&agrave; Statale di Milano and has a PhD in Philosophy of Knowledge from the Planetary Collegium, Plymouth University (UK). She has collaborated with international research institutes (Universit&agrave; Statale di Milano, Eurisko, Doxa, RQ Qualitative Research, Synergia) and she participate in several interdisciplinary and interuniversity platforms for socio-cultural communication projects in collaboration with associations and institutions (Libera, Assessorato alle politiche sociali di Milano). Among her most recent publications: &ldquo;Genealogia e Universit&agrave;. Profezia, Scenario, Utopia&rdquo;, in A. Bianchi, G. Leghissa (edited by), <em>Mondi altri </em>(Mimesis, 2016). She has collaborated since 2004 with NABA, where she directs the Communication and Graphic Design Area and the BA in Graphic Design and Art, and she teaches Methodology of Research, Sociology of Cultural Processes and Future Scenarios (Brand Design specialisation).</p>
Luca Poncellini
Media Design and New Technologies, Set Design Area Leader (ad interim)
Media Design and New Technologies, Set Design Area Leader (ad interim)
Luca Poncellini
<p>Luca Poncellini is an architect and a designer with a PhD in the History of Architecture and City Planning. As a partner in the architecture office Cliostraat until 2009, he has curated projects and has lectured in Italy and in several countries throughout the world. His works&nbsp; have been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, at the Van Alen Institute in New York, at ETH in Z&uuml;rich, at MAGA in Gallarate and at Triennale Milano. In 2008 he co-curated the retrospective exhibition Laszlo Hudec, in collaboration with the Hungarian Consulate in Shanghai. Since 2013 he has been the Course Leader of the MA in Interior Design. Between 2015 and 2019 directed the research lab and the project C-Park. Since 2019 he has been Design and Applied Arts Department Head.</p>

Course Leader

Undergraduate

Andris Brinkmanis
Bachelor of Arts in Painting and Visual Arts Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Painting and Visual Arts Course Leader
Andris Brinkmanis
<p>Andris Brinkmanis is an art critic and curator of Latvian origin, based in Milan and Venice. He has collaborated with magazines and publications such as Il Corriere della Sera, Alfabeta2, Arte e Critica, Flash Art International, Studija, and he is the International Editor of the bookzine No Order. Art in a Post-Fordist Society. From 2007 to 2013 he was commissioner and co-curator of Latvia, Estonia and Central Asia Pavilions at the Venice Biennale. Among the most recent projects, he was part of the curatorial team of Documenta 14 (2017), 2nd Yinchuan Biennale (2018) and has curated <em>Infancy and History</em> at the OCAT Institute, Beijing (2019). Lecturer in NABA since 2009, he has been Course Leader of the BA in Painting and Visual Arts since 2013. His research focuses on alternative education and the relationship between education and visual culture.</p>
Colomba Leddi
Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design Course Leader
Colomba Leddi
<p>After a number of collaborations with many top fashion designers, including Nanni Strada, Colomba Leddi joined Frammenti in 1992, a group experimenting with artisanal techniques to be applied to the clothing sector. In 1996, she opened her own atelier of tailor-made, unique pieces, and her label can be found in some of the best Italian and foreign boutiques, including Biffi in Milan, Philippe Model Maison in Paris, HP Deco in Japan, Thimbloom in Korea and Bird Boutique in New Zealand. She has participated in several fashion fairs and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad, including Passeggiata evanescente, with Melina Mulas, at Galleria Le 5 Venice, in Venice (2010), W. Women in Italian Design at Triennale Milano (2016-2017), Documenta 2020 &ndash; Windows in pandemic, Tsinghua University Art Museum Beijing (2020). She also works as a theatre and cinema costume designer and has taught at many different universities and academies.</p>
Claudio Larcher
Bachelor of Arts in Design Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Design Course Leader
Claudio Larcher
<p>Born in Milan, he graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano. After a research period in Spain, in Madrid and Barcelona, in 2002 he founded his own studio, Modoloco Design Workshop, a space for experimentation and research, where diverse cultures and experiences are implemented as architectural and design forms. He has taught at the Faculty of Design and Arts of the Free University of Bozen, at Politecnico di Milano, and lectured in Italian and international institutions. He curated and participated in several exhibitions in Italy, Japan, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Sweden. Ambassador of Italian Design for Switzerland, Albany and Uruguay in 2017, 2018, 2019, he is the author of the books Globetrotting designers (Compositori), Design, scuola e solidariet&agrave; (Fausto Lupetti), Design from the Alps (Scheidegger Und Spiess), and Disegnare un cucchiaio per cambiare la citt&agrave; (Quodlibet).</p>
Vincenzo Cuccia
Bachelor of Arts in Media Design and Multimedia Arts Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Media Design and Multimedia Arts Course Leader
Vincenzo Cuccia
<p>Vincenzo Cuccia has a degree in Cultural Heritage from Universit&agrave; Statale di Milano and in Editing from the Milan Scuola Civica di Cinema e Nuovi Media. As part of his previous professional experience, he worked as an editor in advertising and television, where he collaborated with the RAI (Milan tv broadcast production area) on entertainment, culture and information channels. After working in the SAE Institute since 2009 as lecturer and then Academic Coordinator and Manager of the activity of undergraduate and postgraduate courses on the Creative Media campuses of Milan, Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Brussels, Madrid, Paris and Stockholm, he has been Course Leader of the Bachelor of Arts in Media Design and Multimedia Arts Course Leader in NABA since 2017.</p>
Margherita Palli
Bachelor of Arts in Set Design Course Advisor Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Set Design Course Advisor Leader
Margherita Palli
<p>In 1984, Margherita Palli began a successful and stable collaboration with Luca Ronconi, creating sets for many of his shows and following him both nationally and internationally in his work (at the Venice Bienniale, Piccolo Teatro and Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro di Roma, Salzburg Festival, NNT in Tokyo). She also collaborates with directors and choreographers such as M. Avogadro, A. Barzini, V. Binasco, F. Branciaroli, H. Brockhaus, L. Cavani, D. Ezralow, Yang Jiang, C. Lievi, V. Malosti, M. Martone, L. Muscato, C. Rifici, A.R. Shammah, A. Sokurov, The George Balanchine Trust. In addition to her work in the theatres, she curates the design of exhibitions and events. She has won many prizes, including - six times over - UBU Prize, Abbiati Prize, Gassman Prize, ETI Prize for the Theater Olympics and National Association of Theater Critics&rsquo; Prize.</p>
Emanuele Lomello
Bachelor of Arts in Creative Technologies Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Creative Technologies Course Leader
Emanuele Lomello
<p>He grounds his own training in the field of the performing media arts, &nbsp;as an actor first, as a video-set designer and light designer then. As a creative technologist and interaction designer, since 2007 he has developed interactive exhibits for museums, events and live performances. His works have been exhibited in Italy, Japan, China, Russia, France, Germany. As a technological consultant for&nbsp; public institutions and private studios, he works as a hardware and software developer and he is also NABA lecturer and Course Leader. He has based his research on the Human computer interaction and investigates the most recent possibilities of the digital technology to explore new fields of knowledge and art.</p>
Samuel Mathias Zitelli
Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design and Art Direction Course Leader
Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design and Art Direction Course Leader
Samuel Mathias Zitelli
<p>Graphic designer and art director, after completing his studies in Milan, he begins to collaborate with various communication agencies, developing a passion for the world of brand and corporate image that becomes his specialisation. This passion led him to his professional experiences in and for communication and marketing departments of big national and multinational companies such as GLS, Salmoiraghi &amp; Vigan&ograve;, Marcegaglia. He has been working in NABA since 2021 as Course Leader of the BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction and as lecturer of the Computer graphic course.</p>

Master of Arts

Fabio Pelagalli
Masters of Arts in Visual Design and Integrated Marketing Communication and in User Experience Design Course Leader
Masters of Arts in Visual Design and Integrated Marketing Communication and in User Experience Design Course Leader
Fabio Pelagalli
<p>With a degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Trieste, Fabio Pelagalli attended the Master in Digital Environment Design at NABA. He has been working at NABA since 2010, first as Academic Coordinator of NABA Communication and Graphic Design Area, then as Course Leader of the Academic Master in Creative Advertising. He has taught Software Art and Interactive System and Design Thinking at academic levels.</p>
Amos Bianchi
Master of Arts in New Technologies for Arts Course Leader
Master of Arts in New Technologies for Arts Course Leader
Amos Bianchi
<p>After completing a Degree in Philosophy and a Master in Communication at the Universit&agrave; degli Studi di Milano La Statale, as well as a Certificate Program in History and Philosophy at the Universit&agrave; Bocconi, Milan, Amos Bianchi obtained a PhD in Media Studies from the University of Plymouth (UK) in 2017. At NABA since 2011, he edited together with Giovanni Leghissa the book <em>Mondi Altri</em> (Mimesis 2016) and published several articles in academic journals. In 2019, he became a member of the scientific committee of the editorial series <em>La sensibilit&agrave; vitale</em> for Rogas Editions. His main field of research is on the ideas of Michel Foucault.</p>
Luca Belotti
Masters of Arts in Fashion Design and in Textile Design Course Leader
Masters of Arts in Fashion Design and in Textile Design Course Leader
Luca Belotti
<p>His way of teaching takes account of various aspects of the Fashion field: from project management to visual communication, passing through illustration, styling and exhibition setting.<br />These skills are the result of his educational background and of the collaboration with some of the most influential artists, designers and writers of the Italian scene such as Benedetta Barzini, Mariuccia Casadio, Eleonora Fiorani, Matteo Guarnaccia, Alessandro Guerriero, Nancy Martin, Angela Missoni, Cinzia Ruggeri, Shingo Sato and Alberto Zanoletti. For years, he has been in charge of the contests and special projects with companies, web communication and events of the NABA Fashion Area. Among his recognitions: publications on Glamour IT, Vogue Talents, exhibitions at Palazzo Giureconsulti (Milano) and Vicenza Oro Evolving Jewelry fair (Vicenza), and finalist at Fashion Up Ronca Style Award (Verona). INSTAGRAM @casabelotti</p>
Marco Scotini
Master of Arts in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies Course Leader
Master of Arts in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies Course Leader
Marco Scotini
<p>Marco Scotini is the Artistic Director of the FM Centre for Contemporary Art, Milan, and Head of the Exhibitions Programme at PAV, Parco Arte Vivente, Turin. He is the Scientific Director of the Archivio Gianni Colombo and the Bert Theis Archive. He has been a member of the Italian Council since 2019. He has been Visual Arts Department Head since 2004. After many collaborations with international artistic institutions (Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Documenta, Kassel, MAXXI, Rome, SALT, Istanbul, Castello di Rivoli), he curated the Albanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2015), co-curated the 1st Anren Biennale (2017) and he has been the Artistic Director of the 2nd Yinchuan Biennale in China (2018). Among his most recent publications: Utopian Display. Geopolitical Curating (Quodlibet NABA Insights, 2019), Politiques de la V&eacute;g&eacute;tation (Eterotopia France, 2019), Artecrazia (DeriveApprodi, 2017).</p>
Valentina Dalla Costa
Masters of Arts in Interior Design, in Product and Service Design, and in Social Design Course Advisor Leader
Masters of Arts in Interior Design, in Product and Service Design, and in Social Design Course Advisor Leader
Valentina Dalla Costa
<p>She studied design between Milan, Berlin and China, before specialising in History of Art and Architecture. Journalist, consultant, art and architecture historian. She&rsquo;s been teaching at NABA since 2008, has collaborated over the years with Casa Vogue, La Stampa, DDN, Living Corriere and currently writes for Pambianco Design. The editorial activity is flanked by the enhancement of the world of design: for over ten years she&rsquo;s been organising thematic itineraries linked to the artistic and architectural heritage of the city of Milan, with a particular focus on designers, craftsmen and architects. She is part of Como Lake Design Festival team, curating editorial contents and cultural itineraries. Among the latest publications, <em>Drawing a spoon to change the city</em>, written with Claudio Larcher, Design Area Leader, and published by Quodlibet for the NABA Insights series. Since 2020 she is Course Advisor Leader of the MA programmes of NABA Design Area.</p>

Academic Master

 

Sara Buluggiu
Academic Master in Creative Advertising Course Advisor Leader
Academic Master in Creative Advertising Course Advisor Leader
Sara Buluggiu
<p>Sara Buluggiu, at the forefront of the digital media avant-garde in Italy since 56k modems were used for connection to the web, she can claim a long agency career in the main worldwide brands, including Publicis and Aegis. She has been working on Programmatic Advertising since 2011 and was effectively one of the first in Italy to talk about this new way of acquiring spaces and, as a consequence, has become a recognized expert throughout Europe. She has taught media studies since 2014 in the most important Italian business schools, collaborated with NABA since 2016 and, in 2019, took over the direction of its Master in Creative Advertising.</p>
Ilaria Bonacossa
Academic Master in Contemporary Art Markets Course Advisor Leader
Academic Master in Contemporary Art Markets Course Advisor Leader
Ilaria Bonacossa
<p>Art critic and curator, since 2017 she has been the Director of the Artissima, International Fair of Contemporary Art. Since 2016 she has been the Artistic Director of Fondazione La Raia and, in 2017, she was appointed as a member of the Prince Pierre Prize selection committee. With a degree in History of Contemporary Art from the Universit&agrave; Statale di Milano, she worked in New York at the Whitney Museum after a Master in Curatorial Studies at Bard College. She has been the curator of the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, of the Icelandic Pavilion at Venice Biennale in 2013, and the Artistic Director of Museo Villa Croce. She has been a member of the Technical Committee for acquisitions of FRAC Provence-Alpes C&ocirc;te d&rsquo;Azur, the Steering Committee of PAC in Milan, director for Italy of the Artist Pension Trust international programme, and a member of the Jury of the 52nd Venice Biennale.</p>
Francesco Zanot
Academic Master in Photography and Visual Design Course Advisor Leader
Academic Master in Photography and Visual Design Course Advisor Leader
Francesco Zanot
<p>A photography critic and curator, he curated exhibitions and monographies of artists such as Mark Cohen, Guido Guidi, Olivo Barbieri, Takashi Homma, Linda Fregni Nagler, Boris Mikhailov, Francesco Jodice, and many others. Among his most recent publications are catalogues about th work by Luigi Ghirri, Alec Soth and Erik Kessels. The curator of CAMERA Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, from 2015 through 2017, he has participated in conferences and seminars in numerous Italian and international institutions, including Columbia University in New York. An associate editor of Fantom, a curatorial platform, he has recently curated the exhibition <em>Give Me Yesterday</em> and <em>Questioning Pictures. Stefano Graziani</em> at the Fondazione Prada Osservatorio. He is the Artistic Director of Foto/Industria, the Biennial of Photography on Industry and Work at Fondazione MAST, Bologna.</p>

Advisor

Angelo Colella
NABA Communication and Graphic Design Advisor
NABA Communication and Graphic Design Advisor
Angelo Colella
<p>Graphic and Type Designer, he worked on art and design exhibitions with Gianni Colombo, Emilio Isgr&ograve;, Lucio Del Pezzo, Gabriele Basilico, Marcello Morandini, and Christoph Broadbent. He designed and coordinated brand identity for many companies as Fiam Italia, Gualtiero Marchesi, Soci&eacute;t&eacute; Gen&eacute;ral&eacute;, PPG Univer, Archema, Poliform, he also was the responsible of the Prague International Marathon image and Czech Federation Basketball image. He worked as Creative Design Director for important international companies as Publicis, Republic Lab, Ebs Design, Arnold World Wide (Havas Group), Milano AD (Carpe Diem Group). He is associated with ADI PDA and Type Director Club of New York. He collaborated with NABA since the Academy foundation, at first as lecturer of Graphic Design, then as Director of Communication and Graphic Design Department.</p>
Dante Donegani
NABA Design Advisor
NABA Design Advisor
Dante Donegani
<p>Architect and designer, after the Master in Design at Domus Academy, Donegani collaborated with Marco Zanuso and Andrea Branzi, and with Olivetti Corporate Identity. In 1993 he opened his studio D&amp;L with Giovanni Lauda working in several design areas. He has designed home and office products for Isuzu, Memphis, Stildomus, Luceplan, Edra, Kelebek, Rotaliana, Radice, Viceversa. Among his most celebrated projects: <em>Lisca </em>(Rotaliana, IF Product Design award 2005);&nbsp; <em>Multipot</em> (Rotaliana, mention at the XXI Compasso d&rsquo;Oro 2008); the chaise longue <em>Passepartout </em>(Edra), in the permanent collections of San Francisco MoMA and Triennale Milano; <em>Agronica</em>, designed with Andrea Branzi, in the collection of Centre Pompidou in Paris. His work appeared at Barcelona Biennale, Centre Pompidou, Triennale Milano, Venice Biennale. He directed the Master in Design at Domus Academy and he is part of NABA Faculty since 2013.</p>
Nicoletta Morozzi
NABA Fashion Advisor
NABA Fashion Advisor
Nicoletta Morozzi
<p>Member of the Superior Council for the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, her professional activity spreads across fashion, art and design, through industrial and handcrafted knitwear collections, international fashion and design exhibitions, books publishing and collaboration with magazines, as well as the creation of textile artworks. Several projects started from her work in NABA: <em>Do-knit-yourself</em>, with the exhibitions <em>Do-it-jibun-de</em> at Muji Atelier in Tokyo, and <em>Dritto-Rovescio</em> at Triennale Milano, where the project <em>Family Dress</em>, a collective knitting artwork, was first presented, becoming a reference point for the new knitting world; <em>Milano-Cina, a design experience</em>, a project involving the Milan Chinatown community. She has held lectures and keynote speeches in Canada, China, Germany, India, Japan, Sweden, South Africa.</p>