The third-year students of Graphic Design at the School of Art of Seville recently presented proposals for “social campaigns” inspired by the work of Diálogos Para Construir. An excellent initiative derived from the first actions of the Raindrops Program that we had with the Graphic Design teacher, Ana Lorente.
With the objective of linking the contents of the subjects with social projects, Ana Lorente requested the participation of the Raindrops Program in her classes. Thus, since 2020, we have been carrying out a wonderful collaboration with excellent results.
Ana tells us about the impact that this collaboration has had on the students, both in the process of creating social campaigns, as well as in the personal transformation of learning about the reality of migration through DPC.
In the presentations made at the beginning of this year, we were very pleased to note the professionalism and degree of involvement of the students. Their proposals will undoubtedly be an important reference that we will apply in our external communication strategy.
Maria, one of the students who participated in these initiatives, shares with us what it meant to her and tells us about the creative process she carried out together with her classmates.
We would like to thank Ana Lorente and the graphic design students for their involvement in the work of Diálogos Para Construir. Interculturalism should be a cross-cutting theme in all professional contexts; therefore, if the academics are committed to training students with these skills, their transforming role within the host society will be fundamental.
At DPC we want to continue these collaborations!