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NABA is glad to present “Agenda Perpetua a project by Silvana Amato, NABA lecturer of the BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction in the Rome campus, in the live presentation that will take place on April 7th at 6.30 pm on NABA’s YouTube channel. The panel is the fourth Talk part of the initiative Books at NABA, born to present each time a different book curated by a member of NABA Faculty, connected to the Academy’s disciplines.

The art of graphics and communication will be protagonists within the presentation of the “Agenda Perpetua”, published by Antiga Edizioni, in the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Tipoteca Italiana, the most important Italian museum about type and printing, to be a real homage to the value of “writing” in its broader meaning.  

According to the designer «writing the time, always giving it new forms, is a fascinating process every time. Designing calendars or, just like this time, a perpetual agenda, means approaching the writing in form of numbers that correspond to a close future of days following one another. Abstract digits that give time an order, guiding us to the future days». The real value of the project lies in the creation of a mapping of international digital design, and the involvement of numerous designers from all over the world who design typefaces.

Silvia Simoncelli, Head of Education of Rome campus, Patrizia Moschella, Communication and Graphic Design Area Leader, and Tipoteca Italiana’s Sandro Berra and Leonardo Facchin will take part to the book presentation along with the author.

The panel will be available on April 7th at 6.30 pm on NABA’s YouTube channel.