COURSES, WORKSHOPS AND TRAININGS

 

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Nau Interativa

NAVIGATING IN CREATIVE PROCESSES: GEOGRAPHY OF THE BODY

2017

The workshop focuses on the perception / appreciation of the body as territory, not only of inscription, but above all of production and in_corporation of what constitutes the action of being in the world. Inspired by the concept of geographic space, as an extension in which relations of all kinds - social, political, environmental, economic, etc. - materialize. - the proposed activities have a provocative meaning, seeking in the acceptance of risk to trigger a kind of "internal journey". The body-territory is summoned to a less domesticated experimentation of everyday existence as a way of triggering / producing creative processes. [This proposal is an achievement in partnership with Nau Interativa]

Design

Workshop

designers, artists, students

16 hours

Closed

Art Institute, Unicamp

BODY, POWER AND AFFECTION: CREATIVE PROCESSES IN CONTEMPORY JEWELLERY

2013

The course presents jewellery as an expanded territory and in dialogue with contemporary multiplicity. It works with jewel´s symbolic concepts - body, power, affection - discussing and deepening its senses, deploying them in practical experiences of production. The role and presence of the body in arts and jewellery fields will be addressed, as well as jewels as objects of power and affection. The methodology covers dialogued classes, exercises and analysis of results, so that the conceptual issues are investigated in dialogue with practical activities. The aim is to stimulate sensitivity and creativity, directing them to the development of individual expression through body objects.

Art

Course

art, design and architecture students

Closed

Instituto de Artes, Unicamp

CRISTINA FILIPE: THE BODY AS PLATFORM

2010

Organization of a Workshop with Portuguese artist-jeweler Cristina Filipe.


The workshop starts from the assumption of taking the body as language and Instrument. It is about considering a body that is simultaneously: project, material, performer. Thus the objective is to start from the awareness of the (own) body as an instrument and work support. The body will serve as a platform for experimentation and for contact with various forms of interpretation and aspects a jewel can take. In this sense, the conception of the ornament will pass through its understanding as something that is for the body, which is in the body and is related in some way to it, whether from a conceptual or formal point of view

Art

Workshop

Portfolio selection

16 hours

Free

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Instituto de Artes, Unicamp

DIONEA WATT: TRACES AND MEMORIES

2013

Organização de  Workshop com a artista-joalheira brasileira radicada na Inglaterra, Dionea Rocha-Watt.

 

The purpose of the workshop is to examine the relationships between loss, absence and materiality, exploring relationships between senses, objects, matter and the affective memory they provoke. By means of exercises centered on tracing processes or leaving traces or residues (paint, charcoal, wax, photography, plaster, etc.), the students found the best way to present the result of that experience in the desired language, thus working in border regions. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of questioning, as well as experimentation with materials as a way of valuing the sensitive aspect of the process and the work. Instead of concentrating on the elaboration of pieces that fit pre-defined concepts or themes, the methodology adopted is oriented so that the concept of the work emerges from the process, as a gesture emerges from the body; will be impregnated in the work and not revealed in advance.

Art

Workshop

Portfolio selection

18 hours

Free

Closed

Senac

DESIGN: TEACHING PRACTICES AND PROJECT METHODOLOGIES

2014

The purpose of the course is to discuss design fundamentals and design methodologies, considering the diversity and scope of the field in the face of new pedagogical demands in its multi and transdisciplinary aspects. Its target audience is composed of lecturers of Senac-SP design courses in several specialties: fashion, product, graphic, digital. As a methodological strategy will be proposed programmed activities, practical exercises, readings and debates that deal with the thematic axes dynamically and inserted in the context of the group. Four aspects will be addressed:

          - Design as a multidisciplinary field of knowledge

          - The Human and the Social Scenario

          - Methodologies: transformations and strategies of teaching

          - Project as product definition x project as situation-problem / opportunity.

Design

Course

16 hours

Closed

Art Institute, Unicamp

BODY, MEMORY AND DEVIR: CREATIVE PROCESSES IN CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY

2014

The course presents jewellery as an expanded territory and in dialogue with contemporary multiplicity. Aspects of memory and permanence - values considered intrinsic to jewels - will be problematized and discussed as opposed to the ideas of acceleration, speed and discarding experienced in everyday life. The concepts of difference and repetition will be addressed as triggers production of practical experiences. The methodology includes dialogued classes, exercises and analysis of results, so that conceptual issues are investigated in line with practical activities. The objective is to stimulate sensitivity and creativity, directing them to the development of individual expression, manifests in bodily objects.

Art

Course

art, design and architecture students

60 hours

Closed

Insper

FASHION HISTORY

2012

Fashion, understood as a social device whose main characteristic lies in the relationship between novelty and time, has for centuries been playing an important role in the socio-economic-cultural dynamics of the West. Over the past two centuries, its importance as a phenomenon that links the new to consumption has become especially influential in imposing a speed on changes in social settings and cultural habits. The course seeks to promote an approximation of a lay public with the field of fashion, reflecting on its role and importance, from the following topics:

            - What is fashion?

          - The Role of Fashion in Everyday Life

          - Fashion as a social phenomenon

          - Fashion and the capitalist system

Fashion

Course

20 hours

Closed

Instituto de Artes, Unicamp

JORGE MANILLA: IDENTITY DIALOGUES

2011

Organization of Workshop with the Mexican artist-jeweler based in Belgium, Jorge Manilla.



The workshop is oriented to research and reflection on one's own identity as an instrument and support of artistic work, providing participants with tools to define their aesthetic profile and creative identity. Exercises will be held to stimulate the development of concepts based on topics of personal interest, experimentation with materials and forms, and creation of pieces that establish a new visual language. It seeks to promote creativity and critical and analytical thinking highlighting the characteristics that convert an ornament into a means of individual artistic expression and identity

Art

Workshop

Portfolio selection

18 hours

Free

Closed

Boa Vista

CREATIVE THINKING

2014

BOA VISTA TRAINING TRAINING PROGRAM

The proposed training is part of a training program for trainees in skills and knowledge essential for their future role as analyst in the Analytical Modeling area of the company. It is oriented to the improvement of the actions of thinking through the awareness of the actions that are performed when one thinks. The content developed in the Creative Thinking module addresses the topics: Creativity, creative process and creative thinking, Strategies of thinking, Practices to promote creative thinking. The methodology for the development of this content consists of dialogic classes and exercises in the context of daily life, university life and professional life of trainees.

Design

Training

20 hours

Closed

Art Institute, Unicamp

CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY: EXPERIMENTATION BODY AND OBJECT

2010

The course covers the field of contemporary jewellery as a means of artistic creation that deals with the relationships established between body and object. The diversity of production will be presented and contextualized historically, highlighting its divergences and convergences in the fields of design, fashion and art. This content will be mixed with practical exercises drawn from the methodologies and creative processes of some contemporary artists.

Art

Workshop

art students

8 hours

Free