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By the Graphic Design – Typography and Book Arts Department of the Athens School of Fine Arts
28 Students - 55 Posters for the World Aids Day
Time: 18:00 - 22:00
Information at the Foundation's Box Office (Piraeus 206, Tavros) and over phone 210 3418579 Mon-Fri 11:00 - 14:00
Twenty eight students of the Graphic Design – Typography and Book Arts Department of the Athens School of Fine Arts, on occasion of the World AIDS Day, have designed 55 different posters (1,20 x 93cm.) which are going to be exhibited at the Ground Floor Foyer of the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation from November 25th to December 15th 2011.
The response of the students to the invitation addressed by the NGOs “Praksis” and “Kentro Zois - Centre for Life”, which organize the event, has been moving. The quality of their work, the lateral thinking, the subversive humor and the aspects being appointed by their visual arts intervention are impressive.
The Graphic Design – Typography and Book Arts Department of ASFA encouraging the dialogue among Arts, experiments with the Public Space (posters for the Athens Festival, Egonopoulos, Political Poetry at Mass Transportation Means of Athens and develops in multiple aspects its cultural activity.
The department’s staff is the Professor Leoni Vidali, the Technician Kostas Mpakas and the instructor Chrysa Lamprakopoulou.
Students who designed posters are:
Dimitra Adamopoulou, Ioanna Alexandri, Alexandros Alexandris, Amalia Antoniadou, Christos Velissaris, Marigo Vouyouklaki, Konstantinos Voulgaris, Thomas Galatos, Pantelis Yannakis, Marta Helena Gonzalez, Panayotis Gritzos, Theofano Kaloyanni, Stylianos Kotzamanoglis, Emilia Liontou, Veronika Marioglou-Malagon, Nikos Mpampatsias, Stavroula Morakea, Nikos Ekonomou, Vasilis Papageorgiou, Morgane Parisi, Martha Petraki, Marilena Synodinou, Eva Tsagaraki, Yorgos Tsakalis, Eleni Tsaldiri, Elena Fernandez Gimenez-Coral, Myrto Ferentinou, Alexia Psaradeli.
See also: “Positive Stories” & “DISCOURSE on HIV”