Stefania Boiano, InvisibleStudio co-founder, is Certified by IDEOMarch 21, 2017
Design Thinking is a methodology we’ve been applying on all our projects since the beginnings of our studio. Design Thinking for us is more than a passion, is a natural habit, and we love to stay up-to-date with the last developments in the field. That’s why Stefania Boiano, InvisibleStudio Co-Founder and Design and Creative Director, has recently been certified by California-based company IDEO, the leading Design Thinking company in the world.
Our First Museum Theatre Workshop in Vercelli – Sold Out!March 21, 2017
We were expecting around 30 people in our Museum Theatre workshop at the beautiful Borgogna Museum in Vercelli. 77 people asked to join, more than doubling our expectations. A great success that we want to replicate next time at the Museo del Duomo of Vercelli.
Find more info on our Museum Theatre Project.
Great Media Coverage for our Chatbot Museum GameMarch 21, 2017
The chatbot game we developed for the House Museums of Milan, officially launched on March 15, 2017 at the Royal Palace of Milan has received an extensive media coverage by Corriere della Sera, Repubblica, la Stampa, il Giorno, il Foglio, ArtTribune, Sky Arte and many others…
Find more info about our Chatbot Game Project
InvisibleStudio lecturing about UX in Museums at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence (Italy)June 22, 2016
User Experience in Museum Displays: an overview about the London museums. This has been the subject matter for the lecture led by Stefania Boiano for the international students of the Museology course on the 6th of June 2016.
InvisibleStudio holding a lecture at Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata (Italy)April 29, 2016
E-motions, how technology can enhance emotions in cultural communication. This is the subject of the conference we will be holding at Macerata Academy of Fine Arts on May 2nd, 2016. Always happy to spread the cultural word around!
InvisibleStudio at the Emotional Museums Conference in FlorenceMarch 15, 2016
Giuliano Gaia of InvisibleStudio was one of the keynote speakers at the Emotional Museums Conference hosted by Nemech, the New Media for Cultural Heritage research center of the University of Florence. The conference was a huge success, sold out months before the opening and with such a long waiting list that a second edition had to be announced even before the first edition was delivered.
More info on the Nemech Website
InvisibleStudio teaching at the Catholic University in MilanMarch 3, 2016
Stefania Boiano and Giuliano Gaia of InvisibleStudio held a lecture on how to promote culture in innovative ways to the students of the “Designing Culture” master of the Catholic University in Milan. The master teaches postgraduate students and professional alike how to effectively design and promote cultural events. More info on the Master Website
Our Cambodia Photo exhibition at the PIME Museum in MilanSeptember 29, 2015
Recently renewed, the PIME Museum hosts ethnographic collections from Asia, Africa and South America brought back by Vatican missionaries during the XIX and XX centuries. Its rich and varied collections attract visitors of all the ages and backgrounds. Our photo exhibition about Cambodia has been selected for its Temporary Exhibitions areas, and will be on display for the first weeks of October 2015. This is the 4th showing of the exhibition in less than a year, a great satisfaction for Stefania Boiano, the author, and for the Italian NGOs New Humanity and Cam To Me, the committents.
Find more about our Cambodia Photo Exhibition
Il Sole 24 Ore Business School doubles its commitment with InvisibleStudioSeptember 15, 2015
Last year we were selected by Il Sole 24 Ore Business School to run a workshop in their Economy and Management of Cultural Projects master. This year they asked us to double our efforts and teach in two masters of the same area. For us it’s great news, we love to design and deliver innovative workshops and we are proud to be partners of such a respected brand in the editorial and cultural area (Il Sole 24 Ore is the first and most important financial newspaper in Italy).
InvisibleStudio joins Art&Culture Research GroupSeptember 10, 2015
ARG, Art & Culture Research Group is a newborn interdisciplinary research group related to Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca, DEMS (Department of Economics, Management and Statistics) and BAS-C (Bicocca Applied Statistics Center).
The Group develops theoretical and applied research projects focusing on the correlation between art, culture, and economics. InvisibleStudio has been selected to join this group to bring in its expertise about cultural applications of technology.
We are looking forward to this new and exciting challenge!