Ten Images for Ithaca are back.
Pack your ideas, your Moleskins, your coloured pens and your beach towel and join us in Ithaca for five days of creative exploration and design workshops. Jean Jullien, Rejane Dal Bello and Chrysostomos Naselos are leading three design workshops in Ithaca, Greece, from 2–6 September 2013.
Jean is a French graphic designer, living and working in London. He comes from Nantes and acquired a graphic design degree in Quimper before coming to London. He graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2008 and from the Royal College of Art in 2010. He works closely with the musician Niwouinwouin. His practice ranges from Illustration to photography, video, costumes, installations, books, posters and clothing to create a coherent, yet eclectic body of work. In 2011, he founded Jullien Brothers, a duo that specialises in moving image: jullienbrothers.com. In 2012, he created News of the Times with Yann Le Bec and Gwendal Le Bec: newsofthetimes.tumblr.com. His clients include: The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Tate, Channel 4, Colette, Byron Burger, Carluccio's, Le Nouvel Observateur, Le Centre Pompidou, Nike, Pitchfork, Flammarion, It's Nice That, Waterstone's, The Guardian, The New York TImes, Les Inrockuptibles, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin,Yale University, Télérama, BMW, Renault, The Big Chill, NSPCC, Action Aid, Science Council, Graniph, Huck, Little White LIes.
Rejane Dal Bellowww.rejanedalbello.com
Rejane is a Senior Designer at Wolff Olins. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, she began her career working for renowned branding & design companies in Brazil. After her BA in Graphic Design in Rio de Janeiro, Rejane went on to study under Milton Glaser at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She completed an MA at Post St Joost Academy in The Netherlands in 2006. During her MA, Rejane joined Studio Dumbar, a graphic design studio that has established a unique position in the Dutch Design scene, where she worked for almost 8 years. Throughout the years, Rejane has also been teaching Graphic Design and Creative Process on BA and MA level at St Joost Art school. In 2012, Rejane joined Wolff Olins a well-known established brand consultancy that specialises in developing brand experiences, creatively-led business strategies, and visual identities.
Chrysostomos was born in 1977, in Australia. He studied graphic design at the Vakalo School of Art & Design in Greece and holds an MA in Graphic Design from the London College of Communication, University of the Arts. Since 2006, he has been the design director and co-founder of Company, a London-based design studio with British and international clients, such as, the world famous Abbey Road Studios, the leading creative arts publishers Laurence King and the UK's leader in innovation, Technology Strategy Board. He has also worked for the advertising agency Karamella, in Athens, and has been part of the creative team for the Image & Identity of the Organising Committee for the Olympic Games ATHENS 2004. Νumerous international publications featured his work and he has led workshops and given lectures in London, Athens and Istanbul. He is a guest lecturer at the London College of Communication since 2009. His work has been exhibited at the BFI Southbank, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Benaki Museum in Athens and the Royal College of Art.
Dates: Monday 2 September - Friday 6 September 2013
Each workshop can host up to 15 participants.
The workshops will be held in English.
Participation fee: 70 Euros
In order to reserve a place please send an e-mail to info (at) tenimages.org stating your name, country, age, telephone number and e-mail address.
• The workshop fees do not include accommodation. It is the participant's responsibility to arrange for their accommodation.
• Hotel Mentor offers a discount rate, especially for the participants of Ten Images for Ithaca and their accompanying friends.
• Mentor is situated in Vathy, the port of Ithaca and it is in a walking distance from where the workshops are going to be held.
• Please contact us for more details.
Traveling to Ithaca
• Ithaca is situated in the west part of Greece, next to the island of Kefalonia. If you fly to Athens, you can then take a connecting flight to Kefalonia (Olympic Air, Aegean Air) or take a bus (KTEL) to Patras (3 hours) and then the boat to Ithaca (4 hours).
• Alternatively, you can fly directly to Kefalonia and then take to boat to Ithaca (30 mins). Easyjet, Ryanair, Thomson and Monarch fly directly to Kefalonia from London. There's also connection with other European cities (Milan, Amsterdam, Paris, etc).