The “souvenir” is still a romantic refuge and a memory activator. It’s function is to welcome and absorb any travellers’ experience. The Master Class explores the possible variations of the souvenir object in contemporary society and culture, expanding its meaning and role both within and outside the travel experience.
Guest: Alison Acampora – Senior Lead: Art sales and Artist Collaborations at Royal Academy of Arts, London.
The duration of the on-line Master Class is 5 days, from Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 13:00 pm. During the last day of the Master Class the attendees will present their final concepts to the Designer. The attendees have two additional weeks to finalize their projects, during which regular reviews “face to face” with the Designer are planned. The official language of the Master Class is English. The maximum number of participants is limited. Master Class attendance is subject to the payment of the 750.00 Euro registration fee (VAT included). This cost includes participation in the Master Class and review of the related projects – in “face to face” mode – by the Designer, during the two weeks following the Master Class.