Public Talk with Jordan Anderson

The Public Talk series ‘ASYLUM’ begins: our first guest will be Jordan Anderson.

RUFA will host a series of five Public Talks, five live streaming interviews with special guests with whom the five disciplinary areas of the Academy will be explored: Cinema, Design, Visual Arts, Game Art and Sustainable Fashion. A confrontation between professionals, young artists and designers, in a complex historical moment poised between health, climate, geopolitical and humanitarian emergencies.

ASYLUM is understood both in its original meaning of ‘space where capture is not permitted’, and in the ambiguity of its meanings of sacred place, of shelter, temporary or permanent, of fundamental right to immunity, of condition of instability, of physical and emotional isolation with special forms of cooperation and cohabitation.

Sustainable Fashion, let’s talk with Jordan Anderson

The lecturer of Sustainable Fashion Design Guenda Cermel will interview the first guest of this format. Born and raised in Kingston Jamaica, just named among the top Under 30 by Forbes Europe, Jordan Anderson is a creative director & a fashion and culture journalist who is currently based in Milan. His work often magnifies & explores political themes in and outside the fashion industry including race, gender, identity & brand and cultural ethics. He is the founder of My Queer Blackness, My Black Queerness (MQBMBQ) , which is an online platform which explores Black Queer identity through fashion, music, art and all other creative forms. Anderson is editor-at-large of nss magazine and a contributor to a variety of publications including Document Journal, A Magazine Curated By, Vogue Italia among others.

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Event type

  • Conferences

Featured for:

  • Sustainable Fashion Design