Camilla and Dimitri reporting from Rome as Student Ambassadors
The Student Ambassadors are to contribute their singular voices to the Association’s Conferences and the Cumulus community overall highlighting the changes that the next generation of artists and designers are shaping in an increasingly complex and interconnected global marketplace for art and design.
Please learn more about our new great ambassadors from Sapienza University of Rome, Italy: Camilla and Dimitri who are based in Rome will follow the Cumulus conference Roma 2021: Design Culture(s), June 8-11, 2021 Rome, Italy hosted by Sapienza University of Rome.
Camilla Gironi is a second-year student majoring in Interaction Design and minoring in Human-Computer Interaction at the Master of Science in Product and Service Design, where she has been selected to participate in the Advanced Course, at Sapienza University of Rome. She has an academic background in Project Management, with working experience in Graphic Design, Enterprise Communication and Digital Marketing.
Camilla has also taken part in interdisciplinary teams in different extra-curricular activities, including international architecture and design competitions and national hackathons with award-winning projects. She has served as a UX Design advisor for the IoT course in Computer Engineering at Sapienza University and is actively volunteering as a designer in Poliferie, a national no-profit organization aiming at cultivating and supporting neglected potential of young people living in suburban areas.
Dimitri Russo is a second and final year student of the Master’s Degree in Product and Service Design at the University of Rome ”La Sapienza” and is majoring in People-centred design. After a three-year degree in Architectural Sciences, he continues to deepen various topics including 3d modeling, product design and interior design and dedicates himself to several personal projects and various collaborations in the field of architectural design, product design and graphic design. He works as a tutor for exams and theses of the Faculty of Architecture and participates in various competitions.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
The Cumulus Student Ambassador Program is a special student award and merit-based initiative of the Cumulus International Association of Art, Design and Media that recognizes exceptional student leaders from the universities and institutions hosting the Cumulus Association Annual Conferences. Each year, Cumulus invites a total of four Student Ambassadors (two per annual conference) to contribute their singular voices to the Association’s Conferences and the Cumulus community overall.
Through the Cumulus Student Ambassador Program, the Cumulus Association is committed to bringing the perspectives and voices of exceptionally talented and articulate students to the forefront, with the goal of highlighting the changes that the next generation of artists and designers are shaping in an increasingly complex and interconnected global marketplace for art and design.