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Tuesday 05.05.2020
Bern

Big success for ECAL graduates on the occasion of the 2020 Swiss Design Awards with 14 finalists.

Graphic Design (6/11)

  • Adeline Mollard – BA Graphic Design
  • Eurostandard (Pierrick Brégeon & Clément Rouzaud & Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek) – BA Graphic Design & BA Media & Interaction Design
  • Clio Hadjigeorgiou – BA Graphic Design
  • David Massara – BA Graphic Design
  • Julien Mercier – BA Graphic Design
  • Nicolas Polli – MA Art Direction 

Product + Object (4/5)

  • AATB (Andrea Anner & Thibault Brevet) – MA Art Direction & BA Graphic Design
  • Stéphane Barbier Bouvet – BA Industrial Design
  • Michel Charlot – BA Industrial Design
  • Crisp-id (with Jerôme Rütsche from ECAL) – BA Industrial Design

Photography (4/9)

  • Mathilde Agius - BA Photography
  • Sabina Bösch - MA Photography
  • Laurence Kubski - BA Graphic Design & MA Art Direction
  • Clément Lambelet - BA Photography

Due to the current pandemic, the Swiss Design Awards 2020 competition and exhibition will not take place in their usual form this year. The finalists in the Swiss Design Awards will each receive 10,000 Swiss francs as recognition for being selected for the second round of the competition. In the week of 14 September, the Swiss Design Awards will produce various formats which will be made available digitally during that week and in a publication later in the year.

www.swissdesignawardsblog.ch

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On the occasion of the Swiss Art Awards competition, ECAL was also very successful with 10 finalists (out of 66) among its graduates:

ECAL Graduates (10/66):

  •   Anouk Tschanz - BA Fine Arts (Kiefer Hablitzel Prize)
  •   Axelle Stiefel - BA Photography
  •   David Weishaar - BA AV & MA Fine Arts
  •   Loucia Carlier - BA & MA Flne Arts
  •   Louisa Gagliardi - BA Graphic Design
  •   Matheline Marmy - BA Photography (Kiefer Hablitzel Prize)
  •   Natacha Donzé - BA Fine Arts
  •   Stefania Carlotti - MA Fine Arts (Kiefer Hablitzel Prize)
  •   Tiphanie Kim Mall - BA Photography
  •   zqm (Eric Emery) - BA Fine Arts (Mediation)

Due to the current pandemic, the 2020 Swiss Art Awards competition and exhibition will not take place in its usual form this year. The finalists for the Swiss Art Awards will each receive 10,000 Swiss francs as recognition for being selected to the second round of the competition. Between August and October, our finalists will present their work in various formats, online and locally. In December, all these activities will be presented in a publication distributed with Kunstbulletin.

https://swissartawards.ch/

Communication by ECAL graduates: Philippe Jarrigeon (photography) and Dual Room (Emmanuel Crivelli for commmunication and graphic design)