11 avril 2018
Design is a collective elaboration and a laboratory of possible horizons. It is as much the means to transform our environment as the manner of questioning it. It involves shared perspectives and expertise.
The project-based approach and the spirit of collaboration inherent to design make it a powerful hub of thinking, education and transformation. How can this strength be spread to all areas of life?
The Cumulus conference 2018 in Paris is adopting a cross-curricular interdisciplinary approach which highlights the collective and collaborative interest. Its aim is to make otherness a positive force and to ensure that design and this union of talents become an undeniable tool for action on reality.
In partnership for the past two years within the framework of CÉSAAP, the four Parisian Schools of Art and Design, Boulle, Duperré, Estienne, and Ensaama have decided to share their expertise, to mutualise experiences and to host Cumulus conference to invent tomorrow, together.
Cumulus is the only global association to serve education and research in its disciplines. It is a forum for partnership, friendship and transfer of knowledge and best practices. Cumulus provides its members and partners a wide, flexible, dynamic and diversified friendly forum of exchange, cooperation and innovation. Cumulus promotes and empowers the talent of the next generation of creative and responsible people.
Cumulus builds and maintains a dynamic forum bringing together top-level educational institutions from all parts of the world. The cultural diversity of a variety of nations is a source for synergy and excellence. Cumulus was founded in 1990 consisting currently of 257 members from 55 countries and being able to reach a minimum of 755.000 students and thousands of academics, staff and other audience. Cumulus is endorsed by UNESCO.
Created in 2016, the Conférence des Écoles supérieures d’Arts appliqués de Paris – CÉSAAP (Conference of Graduate Schools of Applied Arts of Paris) forms a collaborative network of the four public Graduate Schools of Applied Arts of Paris (Boulle, Duperré, Estienne and ENSAAMA), which enables the exchange of ideas and of instructional experimentation, the provision of an experimental Master’s Degree in Design, the opening of lines of research and the heightened visibility of training programmes in applied arts and the art professions in Paris, France and internationally.
CÉSAAP’s ambition is to become an international reference in the field of training in the design professions. It helps to reinforce and increase recognition for the role of Graduate Schools in the field of research and creation, and proposes joint working methods that are conducive to the initiation of new approaches to design.
It enables the implementation of a site policy at a Parisian level that fosters high-performance multi- and interdisciplinary organisation, that pools means and networks and intersects methods, questions, fields of practice and partnerships.
The history of these four schools, some of which were developed in the 19th century, is inextricably linked to the history of the city of Paris, of decorative Arts, of the expansion of arts and crafts, conservatories and museums. The Schools experienced the emergence of teaching in design in a particular atmosphere where the influences of the art professions were decisive. Training in design in these schools is built on this training that it transcends: the tradition of production, of the delicate work of gesture, of material and technique, whether in the fields of fashion, objects or publishing.
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