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"Students for Tolerance" Show

Tonight was the opening of the "Student for Tolerance" show.

The poster exhibition explores the question of what tolerance is and how it can be represented visually. Design students from Dortmund, Graz, Ljubljana and Zagreb dealt with the question of how strong visual concepts and messages on the topic of tolerance can be developed with the help of various design techniques.

The results were translated by the students into individual posters, which are presented as part of the exhibition “Students for Tolerance”. The resulting works are characterized by diverse design approaches and range from the classic poster to the mixed reality poster to Tonight is the opening of the Student for Tolerance show.
The poster exhibition explores the question of what tolerance is and 
how it can be represented visually. 

Design students from Dortmund, Graz, Ljubljana and Zagreb dealt with the question of how strong visual concepts and messages on the topic of tolerance can be developed with the help of various design techniques.

The results were translated by the students into individual posters, which are presented as part of the exhibition “Students for Tolerance”. The resulting works are characterized by diverse design approaches and range from the classic poster to the mixed reality poster to the the animated poster.

“Students for Tolerance” is an exhibition of the Institute of Design & Communication of the FH JOANNEUM in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Dortmund, the University of Ljubljana and the University of Zagreb.


Students (Authors):

Katrin Schwarz / Graz, Luce Storić / Zagreb, Žiga Anderlič / Ljubljana, Ema, Božek / Zagreb, Lidia Donis / Dortmund, Nataša Brandt / Ljubljana, Lucija Burić / Zagreb, Lea Murko / Graz, Gal Šnajder / Ljubljana, Jasmina, Dautovic / Graz, Kristina Gutmann / Dortmund, Sven Vranješ / Zagreb, Zala Perčič / Ljubljana, Paul Hentschel / Dortmund, Tim Stange / Dortmund, Emma Wöllstein / Dortmund, Mihael Šandro / Zagreb, Anica, Holzer / Graz, Ivana Šilić / Zagreb, Katja Malešević / Zagreb, Sara Zelić / Zagreb, Rok Ifko Krajnc / Ljubljana, Sebastian Lutzka / Dortmund, Hana, Jelovšek / Ljubljana, Katharina Sattler / Dortmund, Ema Kapelj / Ljubljana, Mariana Paredes / Graz, Pauline Hennerkes / Dortmund, Jakob Kantz / Graz, Dora Rupčić / Ljubljana

Lecturer:

Mirko Ilic, Tolerance Project NYC
Tomislav Bobinec, Institute of Design and Communication / FH JOANNEUM / Graz / Austria
Marija Juza, University of Zagreb / Faculty of Architecture / School of Design / Zagreb / Croatia
Domen Fras, University of Ljubljana / Academy of Fine Arts and Design / Ljubljana / Slovenia
Roger Walk, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund / Faculty of Design / Dortmund Germany

This workshop and the show were made possible by the relentless efforts of Tomislav Bobinec, professor at FH JOANNEUM Design & Kommunikation in Graz, who conceived the idea for the workshop and organized it.






























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