Emilio Gil is one of the pioneers of graphic design in Spain whose awards include the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts. He offers a master class on a topic close to his heart: How to communicate a museum. As a case study he will review the communications efforts of the Prado Museum, an endeavour that his design studio has managed since 2015.
Trained at the School of Visual Arts in New York and at Central St. Martins in London, Gil has taught at various universities and curated outstanding exhibitions such as Signs of the Century. One Hundred Years of Graphic Design in Spain, held at the Reina Sofía in the year 2000. His studio, founded in 1980, was one of the pioneering Spanish companies in design, institutional communication, and creation and development of corporate visual identity programmes.
Coorganised With Tau Design. With the Collaboration of Castilla y León Government And Segovia Public Library