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NABA is pleased to announce that the students of the Communication and Graphic Design Area were decorated at Spot School Award, Mediterranean Creativity Festival - The Youngest Award, the international contest now in its 20th edition and dedicated to communication and advertising students, curated by RAI Pubblicità, Caritas Italiana, Legambiente e Centri NeMO.

The students of the BA in Graphic Design and Art Direction and the MA in Communication Design (evolved in the A.Y. 2020/21 in the MA in Visual Design and Integrated Marketing Communication) were awarded three Silver Prizes and three Bronze Prizes, to which has been added a particular recognition to NABA for the number of projects awarded.

The project "Contenuti sensibili", developed for Caritas Italiana by the students of the MA Chiara Pastori, Sara Puppi, Beatrice Vallorani, Federico Vecchio, guided by Fabio Pelagalli, Course Leader of the MA in Visual Design and Integrated Marketing Communication and in User Experience Design, e Luca Pedrani, NABA lecturer, received the Silver Prize in the Press Section; the second Silver Prize was awarded in the TV Section to the students of the Desirèe Pintimalli and Irene Porcedda for their project "Razzo da stiro", realised with the supervision of NABA lecturer Dario Alesani for Caritas Italiana; "Volunteering influencer" created for Legambiente by Hu Jianan, Anna Malench, Alessia Morelli, Giulia Nagostinis, within the BA and under the guidance of NABA lecturer Alessandro Sciarpelletti, was decorated with a Silver Prize in the Activation Section.

The first of the Bronze Prizes, in the Radio Section, was awarded to the students of the BA Caterina Alles, Yousf Bouchkara, Elena Buzzetti, Carolina Ferrara, Giulia Saija for the project "Parole al vento”, conceived for Caritas Italiana and realised under the guidance of NABA lecturer Alessandro Sciarpelletti; the second Bronze Prize in the Digital Section was assigned to the project "Non poniamoci domande" conceived for Caritas Italiana by the students of the BA Tommaso Albè, Alberto Barbatti, Matteo Bellenzier, Emilio Caddeo, with the supervision of NABA lecturer Claudia Lanzaro; "#not4boomers" developed for Legambiente by the students of the BA Alessia Benincasa, Dario Chiaraluce, William Ray Fardetti, Giulia Gasparoli, guided by NABA lecturer Piero Bagolini, was the project decorated with the third Bronze Prize in the Digital Section as well.

For more information visit Spot School Award website.

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