Malofiej World Summit
The 27th Infographics World Summit will be held in Pamplona at the School of Communication at the University of Navarra, between March 27 and 29, 2019. The Social Sciences Building of the University of Navarra will be the location for the meetings of the awards jury prior to the Summit, as well as the site of the Summit itself and the “Show Don’t Tell!” workshop. The Infographics World Summit will bring together jury members, speakers, media professionals from around the world, academics and students.
For seven days Pamplona becomes the world capital of infographics. As every year, the 27th Infographics World Summit will offer a special program and the book Malofiej 26 be presented, which features with the works from the previous year’s event.
Show, don't tell!
Every year, preceding the Infographics World Summit it takes place the professional workshop “Show Don’t Tell!”. The workshop, conducted in English, runs for three days from Sunday to Wednesday and normally has from 20 to 25 participants. The aim of the sessions is to enhance the conceptualization of infographics, their planning and the reporting, as well as fostering teamwork, above the final product itself. Participants work in teams on the projects surpervised by the instructors and give a presentation at the end of each hands on exercise.
Since 2004 the “Show, Don’t Tell!” workshop brings together the worlds of print, digital and multimedia. The workshop is led by instructors of notable international prestige, who in addition to personally supervising the practical exercises, also give several instructional sessions.
In recent years, the participants of “Show, Don’t Tell!” have carried out workshop exercises on various locations near Pamplona. These include: the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Marqués de Riscal winery, in Logroño, La Rioja, which was also designed by Frank Gehry, the Chillida-leku Museum of San Sebastián, the Castle of Javier, the Itoiz Dam and Navarra Canal, the MTorres Engineering Company, the University Clinic of Navarra and the medieval walls of Pamplona.
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