‘Illustration in three bands' is the collective exhibition of the works made by the students of EINA's postgraduate programmes in Creative Illustration and Visual Communication Techniques, Narrative Illustration for Children and Teenagers' Publications, and Digital Illustration applied to brands, media and videogames during the academic year 2021-2022.
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The exhibition opens on 6 July at 7pm at the EINA Sentmenat facilities (Passeig Santa Eulàlia, 25) and will be open to the public until 22 July, Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm, and Friday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Each one of the projects created reflects the singularity, the experience and the different views and techniques that the students of these programmes bring to the world of illustration, which is always in constant evolution.
With a track record of more than twenty years of commitment to cutting-edge training in illustration, once again EINA presents a promotion of new talented illustrators, with diverse profiles and a plurality of origins such as Chile, China, Colombia, France, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and Venezuela.
The students participating in 'Illustration in three bands' are:
- Postgraduate Diploma in Creative Illustration and Visual Communication Techniques, coordinated by Philip Stanton: Eugenio Antinao Aguilera, Yan Chen, Etienne Cristoffanini, Eva Gómez, Laura Herencia Gómez, Francisco Martínez, Ismael Moreno Lorenzo, Maud Panier, Miguel Prieto Poveda.
- Postgraduate Diploma in Narrative Illustration for Children's and Teenagers' Publications, coordinated by Gabriela Rubio: Julia Cardinale, Alícia Jo Gallego, Carolina María Garzón Blanco, Carla Giró Ricart, Ana Kimberly Holschuh Heras, Nora Lladó Margenat, Valentina Maria Manochi, María del Pilar Parro Borbolla, Rosie Shann, Marina Widmer Montragull.
- Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Illustration applied to Brands, Media and Video Games, coordinated by Javirroyo: Gabo Cárabes, Cristina Estanislao Molina, Maria Expósito Rincón, Ioanna Tzoanna Poupaki, Paula Salom Colombás, María Valenzuela Rodríguez, Chantal Vizcaíno Marti.