UCJC participates in the ninth Ibero-American Design Biennial

Camilo José Cela University, through its Degree in Digital Arts, participated in the ninth Ibero-American Design Biennial, organised by Di_Mad, which took place from 22 to 24 November at the Matadero in Madrid. UCJC is one of the universities representing Spain in an event that brought together different higher education centres from Argentina, Mexico, Portugal, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Students and professors from the Camilo José Cela University Degree in Digital Arts took part in different ways at the Ibero-American Design Biennial. Firstly, four pieces of work by undergraduate students were showcased in the exhibition that took place in Matadero, two of them were end-of-degree projects, a documentary by Ana Clapés and an animated short film by Sofía Cornejo– and another two from different subjects – a project by Cristina Jia and another by Carlota Hernández in the subjects of Layout and Typography and Digital Illustration.

In addition, UCJC presented two presentations at the Teaching Innovation Forum, one of them on a virtual reality project for people with motor disabilities in collaboration with ASPAYM (Association of Spinal Cord Injuries) and APAM (Association of Cerebral Palsy).

Camilo José Cela University has also been selected in the special ‘50 Talents’ exhibition, which has its own separate exhibition, thanks to its augmented reality project for long-term children hospital patients. Finally, the UCJC took part in the networking event.