INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE WORKSHOP - SUMMER PRACTICE "ENVIRONMENTAL GRAPHIC DESIGN: LOCAL CONTEXT" in Nida Art Colony, September 18-27, 2018
Creative Workshop will be led by: prof. Aušra Lisauskiene (Graphic Design Department), Assoc. prof. Robertas Jucaitis (Graphic Design Department), dr. Ceren Caliskan (Istanbul Arel University)
Migration is one of the most social movements in human history. People have changed places in which they live because of many reasons. Through this process, they have carried their cultures, languages, lifestyles, and so on. They have met so many different cultures, and they have an interaction and create new ones. People, as transporter, have a significant effect on society. They build and change the culture all the time. The workshop aimed to show the importance of understanding and integrating the social, political and cultural references of migrants and wishes to advance on the conceptual framework of intercultural dialogue and enhance the role of public art and environmental graphic design in the promotion of collective action.The students will work on the topic of migration during their stay at NAC in 10 days. The findings of the research will be further used in the project by the participants.