10:30 Tuesday 1 August > 19:30 Sunday 24 September
Mash-up of live action, motion graphics and CG animation, video mapping and interactive installations works by students at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome, three-year courses in Visual Arts (http://www.ied.it/le-scuole/visual-communication?city=roma) in Video Design and Filmmaking, Sound Design, CG Animation and Interaction Design.
Italy, Rome, Roma
For forty years, Istituto Europeo di Design has been operating in the fields of Education and Research in the disciplines of Design, Fashion, Visual Arts and Communication.
Today it is an international network constantly on the growth, that organises three year post high school diploma courses, refresher courses, permanent catalogue courses, advanced courses and post-graduate Masters degree courses.
The scope of the Istituto Europeo di Design is to offer young professionals working in the fields of creative disciplines, the most efficacious tools necessary to answer the constantly evolving demands of the production world: a project and communication culture that will accompany them throughout their careers.
IED Visual Arts offers high quality coursesin Digital & Virtual Design, Graphic Design, Illustration & Multimedia Animation, Photography, Video Design and Sound Design, a fully self-contained school focusing on image and everything related to its communication.
A creative laboratory where students learn about the tools, the codes of lexicon and expression and the new techniques and technologies pertinent to designing, conveying and elaborating images. In every area of the market, image is today’s main vehicle for conveying values and meanings: it is used to communicate about widely different areas of production, such as fashion, industrial design and advertising, but also culture, politics and topics of social concern.
The school’s bond with the local economic fabric is very close indeed: all the courses are designed to teach across the board, making the most of the city’s natural international vocation, and are also shaped to cater for what local production really requires.