7th EIMAD, 2020
May 14 and 15
ONLINE

Bem Vindos 

Be Welcome

Sean bienvenidos

about the event

EIMAD – Meeting of Research in Music, Arts and Design.
It is organized by Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas (ESART) of Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco, in Portugal.

Our purpose

We intend EIMAD to be one space for discussion about Design and Music.
It is a double blind peer review congress and aims the original papers / posters presentation, from professors or researchers from the academic community or from the business sector.

Thematic areas for submission

Graphic Design; Interior and Furniture Design; Clothing and Textile Design; Music Education; Other Topics or Intersection Areas.

keynote Speakers

Luzia Aurora Rocha

Graduates in Musicology from NOVA University of Lisbon in 1999 where she also completed a Master degree and PhD degree in Musicology (2004, 2012).

Leyla Acaroglu

Designer, sociologist, sustainability provocateur, and 2016 United Nations Champion of the Earth. Founder of Disrupt Design, The UnSchool, and CO Project Farm.

Katja Tschimmel

Managing owner of MINDSHAKE. Guest Professor at Porto Business School, the Economy Faculty of the University of Porto (Portugal) and at Laurea University (Finland).

Jonathan Ball

Jonathan is a Design Associate of a number of respected networks including; V&A Dundee, What Could Be and Design Council where he was a part of the team that developed the Double Diamond, and created the Design Opportunities Tool.

Program

The Congress has two days dedicated
to papers presentation,
and another day dedicated to culture.
Day 1
14 May 2020
Day 2
15 May 2020

Technical Session

Clarification of doubts regarding access to the ONLINE EVENT

Opening session

President of the Polytechnic Institute of Castelo Branco; Director of the School of Applied Arts; Mayor of Castelo Branco; Coordinating Committee

Street Art and Musical Iconography – the case study of the streets in Lisbon

In recent years street art has been framed as part of our cultural heritage; however, to date there has been no clear understanding regarding the definition and / or conceptualization...
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Luzia Aurora Rocha
10:45 - 11:00

Pause + Supports

Sessions 1 and 2

Parallel sessions of article presentations, taking place in different rooms, according to the themes: Graphic Design; Interior Design and Furniture; Clothing and Textile Design; Music; Music teaching; Other topics
13:00-15:00

Lunch

How can a Disruptive Design education activate sustainability and positive systems change?

Now is a time of radical change where every aspect of society is being impacted and transformed. The big question is what systems change will result in a positive and...
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Leyla Acaroglu
15:45-16:00

Pause + Supports

Sessions 3, 4 and 5

Parallel sessions of article presentations, taking place in different rooms, according to the themes: Graphic Design; Interior Design and Furniture; Clothing and Textile Design; Music; Music teaching; Other topics

Technical Session

Clarification of doubts regarding access to the ONLINE EVENT

Creativity and Design – A Systemic Approach

Creativity is seen as an engine of human evolution and innovation, and as a decisive factor in the development of personal, professional, social and entrepreneurial skills. Of course, also in...
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Katja Tschimmel
10:45-11:00

Pause + Supports

Sessions 6, 7 and 8

Parallel sessions of article presentations, taking place in different rooms, according to the themes: Graphic Design; Interior Design and Furniture; Clothing and Textile Design; Music; Music teaching; Other topics
13:00-15:00

Lunch

The Double Diamond. An icon or a cliche?

The Double Diamond has become a regular reference for design process since it was first published by Design Council in 2004. At the time Design Council hoped it would “…demystify design...
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Jonathan Ball

Sessions 9, 10 and 11

Parallel sessions of article presentations, taking place in different rooms, according to the themes: Graphic Design; Interior Design and Furniture; Clothing and Textile Design; Music; Music teaching; Other topics
18:00

Closure