From 21 to 25 July 2021, in Rome, the first edition of Swawe, the Students Workshop Activities WEek, a new format conceived and organised by the group of AIAP students of Lazio, will take place.
The event aims to recreate a strong and shared sociality, which has been lost due to the pandemic, around the graphic project and its context. Meeting again in a real physical space, spending time side by side in the forge of the project and the experimentation of the workshops, reflecting, sharing and talking about projects during the talks, carrying out recreational and cultural activities with an eye always on the world of visual communication.
The programme includes workshops reserved for AIAP students of Lazio, while the rest of the programming and activities are open to all.
The public programme:
Wednesday 21 July at 7.30 p.m.
Thursday 22 July at 7.30 p.m.
Talk: one hour with Luigi Pierantoni, visual designer La Repubblica, TOFM The official Ferrari magazine
Thursday 22 July at 9.30 p.m.
Football match: TYPEFACES vs ICONS
Friday 23 July at 7.30 p.m.
Osmosis, Ted Talks-style presentations, 10min.X10 projects on the theme of visual communication for territories
Friday 23 July, 9.30 p.m.
Graphics without frontiers, themed team quiz show
Saturday 24 July, 7.30 p.m.
Talk: one hour with Sara Lavazza, Matteo Maggi, Nunzio Mazzaferro, digital Open Source type foundry Collective
Saturday 24 July at 9.30 p.m.
Presentation of the results of the workshops (Calligraphy + letterpress, by Chiara Riva & Slab Letterpress by Andrea Vendetti and Elettra Scotucci / Paper making and binding by Cartiera Romaniello, La legatoria di Roma, Paper stopmotion storytelling by Francesco Fidani, Diletta Damiano & Luigi Pierantoni).
Sunday 25 July at 10.30 am
Outing to Bassiano (LT), birthplace of Aldo Manuzio, with a visit to the Museum of the Scriptures. Followed by a walk in the Lepini mountains. (Booking required by 15/07/2021 by writing to email@example.com)
From 21 to 24 July from 10.30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Group exhibition “Contact Zones”, 50X70 posters on the theme of pandemic identification and control zones and their nomenclature in colours: red, orange, yellow, white.