Tandemize is an onsite abnd online creative and cultural exchange and exhibition program spaced over six months running November 2014 to May 2015.
Tandemize is the first collaboration and live project sponsored by the British Council Cairo in which Design Studio Azza Fahmy; Egypt's first specialized jewellery institute in association with Alchimia School of Contemporary Design in Florence partner's with the Jewellery and Silversmithing department at the Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design in London.
Tandemize is an onsite and online creative and cultural exchange and exhibition program spaced over six months running November 2014 to May 2015.
Project team: Heidi Yeo, Ulrich Reithofer and Myriam Makhoul
Cass Studio 4: Alchemy - Roxanne Reynolds, Julia Trandafir, Saskia Van Der Knoll.
Azza Fahmy Design School - May Wahdan, Adam Youssry, Amira Ayad.
|Date||8 - 11 February 2015|
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