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!
Arteq Summit: technologies for cultural tourism and museumsApril 2, 2015
InvisibleStudio is co-organizer of Arteq Summit, a visionary and exciting conference. For the first time key innovators in fields like Robotics and Drones, Wearable Technologies, Internet Of Things, Telepresence and Augmented Reality are brought together with museums and cultural Institutions.
Find out about the latest futuristics developments in Digital Technology and imagine how they could improve accessibility and visitors experience of your museum or cultural heritage site.
Milan, Mercedes-benz Center, 28th April 2015
Info and registration on http://www.arteqsummit.com
“Art in the City Milano” – Our new Cultural CentreFebruary 15, 2014
One of our biggest utopian project become reality! “Art in the City MIlano”, our Culture Centre straight in the heart of Milan, in via Medici 15, a small and quiet street only 10 minutes walk from the Duomo. We opened its door to the public almost one year ago and we’ve been organising many events: photography and interior design exhibitions, creative workshops, special arty evenings, live music gatherings…
It’s also the place where on every saturday afternoon we organise “Last Supper Experience”: a fun and interactive way to experience and to discover The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci.
Photography Exhibition: “From the Heart of Africa”October 22, 2013
Our documentary project for the Italian NGO “CAM to ME” in Cameroon, will be on display at “Art in the City” art and cultural centre straight in the heart of Milan. The opening is on October the 23rd at 7pm and the exhibition will run until the 31st of January 2014. Besides spreading the amazing work CAM to ME is doing in Cameroon, the exhibition aims to raise funds through the photographs on sale to support one of their main projects: “Fight against HIV“. We are proud to see people at the exhibitions really touched by the deep and intense black eyes captures in about 20 portraits taken our Creative Director Stefania Boiano.
After Milan, the exhibition will tour in other Italian cities.
It feels good to be able to freeze emotions and spread them in the world. It’s been one of our most meaningful projects of 2013! We hope to see you in Via Medici 15 in Milan.
EXHIBITION “Trip to Cameroon”September 15, 2013
13, 14 and 15 September 2013 @ “Rock 4 Mission” – Milano
We weren’t expecting that our recent trip to Africa could be such a deep experience for us. We were simply asked to shoot some videos and photos in Cameroon for the Italian NGO Cam to Me as a reportage for their amazing projects about HIV, homeless people and women in remote villages.
Day after day we’ve met eyes and stories that will be impossible to forget…
Our reportage is now on display at “Rock 4 Mission” a fundraising event aimed at helping humanitarian missions around the world.
Utopia-jewels.com just launchedJune 15, 2013
Utopia Jewels is a high-end Italian luxury jewellery brand. The brief was to create something stylish and timeless for the redesign of their website. We chose to emphasise the beauty and exclusivity of their jewels by creating an impressive Home Page with a fullscreen video background. The video shows all the details of the splendidly crafted Utopia jewels. We followed the same design idea for the collection pages, with fullscreen images of the jewels showed in a minimal design. The website is in three languages, Italian, English and Russian, and has already achieved important commercial results since its launch in June 2013.
Italy for Africa: fighting AIDS and poverty in North CameroonFebruary 4, 2013
We have made an intense 15 days field trip in Garoua, North Cameroon, to document the wonderful work of an Italian NGO. We have followed the project coordinator, Gabriella Lorenzi, and her local collaborators in their everyday fight against AIDS, poverty and malnutrition. We have recorded and edited on-site 4 videos to document their work and help fundraising in Italy to keep their valuable work going on.
Here is the project list with the related videos (in Italian language):
MaltaCultureGuide with two new sections on Caravaggio & Mattia PretiJanuary 9, 2013
Working for Visitmalta.com is always a pleasure for us at InvisibleStudio: great cultural projects, lovely people and a beautiful country with lots of interesting things to discover!
This time we have been working on the update of the Malta Culture Guide mobile App that we did back in 2010.
We have now enriched it with two new sections about the famous Italian artists Caravaggio and Mattia Preti, adding 6 videos, new locations on the offline and online map, lots of picturesque villages to visit away from the main touristic routes…
Our Viral for WWF: When Black is not so ElegantNovember 19, 2012
WWF Italy is fighting an important campaign against coal, the dirtiest form of energy. We have teamed with Don’t Movie, a young and brilliant video factory Milan, to create two virals for this campaign. The concept is: it doesn’t take much to ruin everything. Even a small quantity of coal can create a big damage to the environment. Enjoy!