Date: Wednesday 7th of October 2020
Time: 10:30 am streaming on Zoom
Nowadays where to train, what to study, which method or institutions are more effective is the question coming in our mind regarded to ourself or the loved ones.The debate between ITS (Higher Technical Institutes) versus Universities is one of them Is the second degree education obtained in the Technical Institutes or Art Schools enough to train the staff of tomorrow? Does a design-oriented university choice prepare students for entry into the company without further expenses by the same? Alternating school / work (paths for transversal skills and guidance) does it work? Society is changing rapidly, technology has taken a leap forward, there is a need to reflect on the new skills required by the world of work. We talk about it at the on / off line conference organized by Venice Design Week 2020.
Anna A. Lombardi, founded the Friuli Venezia Giulia Museum of Design and Udine Design Week, as an adjunct professor she taught design and communication at the IUAV, The Faculty of Architecture of Trieste and the ISIA of Pordenone. Lately she has been experimenting with teaching design and communication in high school.
Patrizia Scarzella, architect and journalist, she has taught design and led workshops at the La Sapienza University of Rome, The University of Genoa, The Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn and at The Polytechnic University of Turin. Since 2018 she has been a professor of Marketing and Communication at the Raffles Fashion & Design Institute in Milan.
Silvia Piardi, architect and publicist, is Full Professor of Industrial Design at the Politecnico di Milano. She teaches Interior Design at the Polytechnic School of Design and at the University of La Spezia. The teaching activity is also carried out in university Masters in Italy and abroad. She was awarded the title of Distinguished Visiting Professor from Tshingua University in Beijing. She deals with design, techniques and the environment. She was the President of the Italian University Conference of Design. From 2011 to 2019 she was Director of the Design Department of the Politecnico di Milano and member of the Academic Senate. Referee for the Ministry of University and Research, she directs the Design International editorial series and is a member of the Editorial Board of Springerbrief.
The meeting will follow the presentation of the INSTRUMENTADESIGN Junior didactic experimentation, carried out by Studio D Archeologia in association with the minimum Venice Design Week competition within the Archaeological Museums of Veneto and in the summer camps.