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Eugenio Iorio — Communication Strategist @ AREACOM43 / Imaginifica
Alessandro Tartaglia — Communication Designer @ FF3300 / CAST / SOS
Communication Strategist / AREACOM43 / Imaginifica
In the 90s he was media activist and hacker. He was involved in information warfare and manipulation techniques of perception. Specialized in political communication and electoral marketing, he curated fifty electoral campaigns from 1993 to 2013, he has been a trainer and consultant for several Italian parties and the European Socialist Party. Teacher (2006-2012) at the University of Bari (UNIBA), from 2010 he now teaches, in Naples, at Suor Orsola Benincasa and at Link Campus University since 2015. Storytelling and imaginary construction methods expert; he was director of corporate communications in Puglia from 2006 to 2011, receiving 10 national awards. He is chairman of the scientific committee of Democracies Digital Research Centre. In 2014 he won the ISTAT contest and GOOGLE "Producing Official Statistics with Big Data."
Communication Designer / FF3300 / CAST / SOS
Born in Foggia on August 18th, 1983. He studies Industrial Design in Bari Polytechnic University and Editing & Graphic System in Urbino ISIA. He co-founds FF3300 studio, digital typography foundry CAST and La Scuola Open Source. With time, he deepens his studies of the theory of networks, memetics and process design. He works with human beings and the communities they form.
You learn how to set up and manage a political campaign for municipal elections through team simulation.
Participants will design and build an election campaign (in simulation) and then will analyze and disassemble it, downstream of the process, to see where challenges occurred and what could be done to avoid mistakes.
☛ STEP 1: Theoretical keynote of 1-2 hours.
☛ STEP 2: Division into two/three teams and choice of the political party to represent.
☛ STEP 3: Organzation of an election campaign simulation.
☛ STEP 4: Final self-assessment facilitated by teachers.