Elisava Summer Campus

Basic data


1st Edition

July 2020

Calendar

From June 29 to July 3 (20 hours)

Schedule

From Monday to Friday, 10.00 pm —  2.00 am

Level

Introduction

Price

270 €
 

Presentation

Are you thinking of studying the Degree in Design or the Degree in Industrial Design Engineering in Elisava? Do you want to know how design and engineering face the social challenges of today's world (environment, migration crisis, identity, gender)? Do you know which technologies are build our future (3D printing, motion capture, physical computing)?

If so, you will surely be interested in Elisava Summer Campus, a practical immersion courses in the world of design and engineering aimed at secondary school (4th ESO) and high school students.

If you want more information, write us at grau@elisava.net
 

Workshops

Day 1

Workshop ‘Design your own campaign’

You will explore graphic design as a tool for personal positioning and expression with the school's resources (silk-screen printing, engraving, risography, lettering...).
Professor: Clàudia Portús

Day 2

Workshop ‘Hack your surroundings’

You will be able to question the aesthetic function of everyday objects and spaces by providing creative
and radical solutions to improve them. 
Professors: Feminist collective Las Oblicuas.

Day 3

Workshop ‘Bioplastic: Material as shape’

Creative workshop in which you can get to know and experiment with bioplastic, a 100% biodegradable material. This material allows us to create and adapt any shape or element to create new objects or to improve their functions.
Professor: Gaston Lisak

Day 4

Workshop ‘Track your body’

Workshop where you will work with Motion Capture to obtain data through our movement in space. This new technology allows us to express ourselves inusually, as well as to precisely control human movements.
Professor: Juan Crespo

Day 5

Final presentation of all projects and workshops

 

Teaching Staff

Albert Fuster — Academic Director
Gaston Lisak — Professor of Methodology at the Degree in Design
Feminist collective Las Oblicuas
Elisava Alumni

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