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Handmade Meets Technology by Giulia Savino

Workshop  /  Technics  /  17 Nov 2018  -  18 Nov 2018
Published: 14.09.2018
Handmade Meets Technology by Giulia Savino.
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DEADLINE: 15/11/2018
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Intro
The workshop aims to integrate the uniqueness and delicacy of manual work with the quality and rigorous precision of laser cutting technique.
The participants will be guided into the creative process of research and creation of exclusive and personalized jewels.
Each participant will have the opportunity to learn the basic techniques of metal processing and experiment with a varied selection of materials to identify what best expresses their ideas.
Laser cutting technology will support the final realization of the object.

In collaboration with Solido Collettivo – Lasercut Workshop in Turin.


When: Saturday 9 am - 5 pm (4 pm - 5 pm laser cut workshop visit).
                Sunday 10 am - 5 pm.
Course Price: 180 € (material and manufacturing included).
                             -10% off for students.
                             -10% off for the applications send before 30/09.
Language: Italian, English, Spanish.
Participants: Min 3 – Max 8 / All levels.
Topic: creative process/ basic jewelry techniques/ metal properties/ laser cut technique/ material experimentation.
*Digital program knowledge will not be given during the workshop.
Material: brass/ silver/ plexiglass/ leather/ paper/ wood.

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Giulia Savino is an Italian jewelry designer and maker with an international and multicultural background and experience in jewelry design processes, jewelry making and exhibiting. She holds a Masters in Contemporary Jewelry and Body Ornament from Alchimia Jewelry School in Florence, where she was mentored by Belgian designer Nedda El Asmar. She has a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design from Politecnico di Milano. For three years, Giulia lived in Cairo, where she contributed to the setting and opening of the Middle East’s first ever jewelry school, set up by the pioneer and award-winning designer Azza Fahmy – The Design Studio by Azza Fahmy. While there, she worked as a teacher and an assistant to the director Estela Saez.
Her work is focused on the project 1:20.000, a collection of maps in shape of jewels. 1:20.000 was exhibited in her first solo show in Turin at Officina 500, later in Melbourne at Bini Gallery and has been at exhibitions around the world. She is currently collaborating with Ied Milano as a teacher for the Jewelry Design Course and she organizes workshops in different schools.
 

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Giulia Savino
Hyejung Jung. Necklace: Untitled, 2018. Plexiglass, brass, rubber.. Hyejung Jung
Necklace: Untitled, 2018
Plexiglass, brass, rubber.
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Giulia Savino. Necklace: Untitled, 2018. Paper, shibuichi, silver.. Giulia Savino
Necklace: Untitled, 2018
Paper, shibuichi, silver.
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