At ISD, our definition of the word “classroom” has never been confined to walls and books. To create a learning environment without walls, students are able to know more about people from different cultures and countries. Therefore, ISD will regularly invite professionals from different industries to pay a visit and share their professional knowledge and life experience with students.
ISD에서 “교실”이라는 단어의 정의는 벽과 책에 제한되지 않습니다. 벽이 없는 학습 환경을 만들기 위해 학생들은 다른 문화와 국가의 사람들에 대해 더 많이 배웁니다. 이에 따라 ISD는 정기적으로 다양한 전문 분야의 전문가를 초청하여 방문하여 전문 지식과 삶의 경험을 학생들과 공유하고 있습니다.
On September 12th, we invited Mr. Ismo Seeve, a famous Finnish designer, to the class of the IB Visual Art program. Different from traditional lectures, the content of our conversation with Mr. Seeve, covers aspects from design concepts to entrepreneurial activities, as well as experiences and insights into life. Mr. Seeve went into the classroom and interacted with the students so that everyone had close contact with the developmental advantages and first-hand information from the industrial design industry.
本月12日，我们邀请到了芬兰著名设计师Ismo Seeve先生来到IB视觉艺术课（IB Visual Art program）的课堂。与传统讲座不同的是，我们与Seeve先生的对话内容，从设计理念到创业过程，由人生际遇及至理想感悟。Seeve先生深入到课堂与麒麟学子进行的互动交流，令大家近距离接触到了工业设计界的发展优势和第一手资讯。
9월 12일, 핀란드의 유명 디자이너 Ismo Seeve를 IB Visual Art 프로그램 수업에 초대했습니다. Seeve씨와의 대화 내용은 기존의 강의와 달리 디자인 개념에서 기업가 활동에 이르기까지 삶에 대한 경험과 통찰력을 다루었습니다. Seeve씨는 교실에서 학생들과 교류하며 학생들이 직접 산업 디자인 산업의 발전상의 이점과 직접적인 정보를 접할 수 있도록 했습니다.
In 2006, Mr. Ismo Seeve came to China for the first time, and since then he has forged an indissoluble bond with this land. Three years later, he met the love of his life, a former female football player, at Beijing Capital Airport, which made him determined to live in China, settled down, and brought his business to this country.
Mr. Seeve also personally demonstrated to the students how to use acrylic paints in a free way. Common objects such as chopsticks and spoons from our daily life can become tools for artistic creation. Mr. Seeve shared with ISD students how he got creative inspiration from European street artists, and how he changed from the field of interior design to packaging design. He also talked about his early life as an art student when he was unable to create with computers. Everything had to come through the hands of an artist-to-be. For this reason, he encouraged the “future artists” to return to the essence of artistic creation.
As we all know, Art, serving as one of the six subjects of the IB Diploma Programme, is not a sub-subject in the traditional impression, but has the same important status as other subjects in the international curriculum. In addition to equipping students with the basic theory and techniques of art, the IB Visual Arts program also helps them solve the following problems:
• Why do people create art?
• How to create art?
• What kind of art will people create?
These metaphysical issues are actually the core issues of CAS (Creativity、Action、Service). Even if the creative direction and ideas are different, everyone’s perception of these issues will eventually play a role in enlightening their artistic creation.
IB 시각 예술 프로그램은 학생들에게 예술의 기본 이론과 기술을 제공하는 것 외에도 다음 문제를 해결하는 데 도움이 됩니다.
• 사람들이 예술을 창조하는 이유는 무엇입니까?
• 예술은 어떻게 창조됩니까?
• 사람들은 어떤 종류의 예술을 창조해냅니까?
이러한 형이상학적 문제는 실제로 CAS(Creativity、Action、Service)의 핵심이슈입니다. 창작의 방향과 아이디어가 다르더라도 이러한 문제에 대한 모든 사람의 인식은 결국 자신의 예술적 창작을 계몽하는 역할을 합니다.
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