Date posted: April 7, 2016 Author: jolanta
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    The Event Will Be Held in Romanian

    Molecules F TALKS 1
    Communication in fashion

    Guest: Mirela Bucovicean
    Moderator: Răzvan Ion

    Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 19:00
    FB event: www.facebook.com/events/769920496477130/
    @Molecule F Concept Store
    Promenade Mall Floor 1

    “Fashion is a decoration, background or scene, as in the theater.”
    (Roland Barthes)

    The first edition of Molecules F TALKS will have as guest molecules founder F, Mirela Bucovicean, who will discuss the role of communication in fashion to promote mechanisms and the role of social media in PR.

    Molecule F Talks is a series of debates that will take place in molecules F Concept Store (Promenade Mall) with regular attendance and brings on stage different personalities, studying, analyzing or creating fashion design, to deconstruct and discuss the transdisciplinary perspective.

    With an accessible language, each edition will be an information resource and bring new perspectives on fashion in different positions from designers and architects, artists or curators, photographers or academics, communicators or businessmen.

    Mirela Bucovicean is a successful entrepreneur and founder of Molecule F. communications specialist, she was included in the magazine Business Magazine “Top 200 – Most powerful women in business”.

    Molecule F Talks permanent moderator will be Răzvan Ion, teacher, curator, theorist, art advisor and co-founder of Bucharest Biennale. He was an associate professor at University of California, Berkeley; University of Lisbon; Central University of New York; University of London; Sofia University; University of Kyiv etc. He lectured and lectured at various art institutions such as Witte de With, Rotterdam; Kunsthalle, Vienna; Art in General, New York; and teaches a course of study curatorial and critical thinking at Bucharest University.

    Molecule F Talks is an event organized in cooperation with the Bucharest Biennale – Bucharest International Biennial for Contemporary Art.



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