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Course focuses on relations between Brazilian and international design

Course focuses on relations between Brazilian and international design

Comunicação - PRCEU - 08/07/2023

Brazilian design production and its influences on international practice are discussed in a free course

From September 4, Centro MariAntonia of USP will be holding the free course Pequena história do design: transferências culturais. Taught by Professor Ethel Leon, it is divided into six face-to-face meetings, always on Mondays, from 3 pm to 5:30 pm. With 75 vacancies available, online registration on USP’s Apolo system is available at http://e.usp.br/omk until August 25. The course aims to reflect on the practice of Brazilian design and its relationship with international production, presenting some important moments in which Brazilian production dialogued with international production in the design of furniture and other two- and three-dimensional artifacts of everyday life.

Students with at least 75% attendance will receive a certificate of participation.

Schedule

September 4
O Art Déco local internacional

September 11
O mobiliário tubular chega ao Brasil

September 18
O design da reconstrução da II Guerra Mundial e suas relações com a produção brasileira

September 25
Social-democracia da Europa do Norte e projetos utópicos brasileiros nos móveis modernos dos anos 1950-60

October 2
O pop no mundo e no Brasil

October 9
O pós-moderno no design, brasilianização do design internacional?

About the professor
Ethel Leon has a PhD from the Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo (FAU) at the Universidade de São Paulo and is a professor of Design History. She was editor of the electronic design magazine Agitprop (2008-2015) and author of the books Memórias do Design Brasileiro, (Senac SP, 2009); IAC, primeira escola de design do Brasil (Blucher, 2014), Canasvieiras, um laboratório para o design brasileiro (Udesc/Fapesc, 2015), organizer and co-author of the book Michel Arnoult, design e utopia (Sesc, awarded the Rumos Itaú Cultural Project, 2016) and co-author of the book Marcenaria Baraúna (Olhares, 2017) and gute Form, Boa Forma (Act, 2022). She is the organizer of Julio Katinsky Reflexões sobre o Desenho Industrial (Olhares, 2022). Her doctoral thesis and the books IAC, Michel Arnoult and Marcenaria Baraúna were awarded the Prêmio Design Museu da Casa Brasileira.

 

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Pequena história do design: transferências culturais

Where  |  Centro MariAntonia da USP

Rua Maria Antônia, 294, Vila Buarque – São Paulo –  near of Higienópolis metro station.

When |  From September 4 to October 9, 2023, Mondays from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

How much | Free

Vacancies | 75 face-to-face vacancies with certificate

Registration | through Apolo http://e.usp.br/omk (if the number of participants exceeds the number of vacancies, a draw will take place)

Translated by: Lara Yoshime Shizuko Fukushima

Curso enfoca as relações entre o design brasileiro e internacional
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