What’s Blending

The FUA university press Ingorda is specialized in volumes focusing on art, design, research, cultural studies, and gastronomy. Blending is the news publication of Ingorda, featuring a monthly newsletter, a semesterly magazine, and radio podcasts. Production of both the newsletter and magazine are fully managed by the faculty and students of FUA's J School. The publication is registered as a licensed product of journalism in Italy.

Consumption, Gentrification, and the New Colonialism

The latest Blending Magazine issue has been released. The Fall 2019 issue was inspired by the FUA-AUF conference theme, Consumption, Gentrification, and the New Colonialism. The issue features an interview with Marcello Del Colle, the manager of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, and also discusses how gentrification affects the food we eat, and how to rediscover the joy of walking.


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Learning In (And From) Challenging Times

In this special Issue the FUA-AUF staff shares thoughts about the current COVID-19 crisis and how it has affected the way they teach and support students. We also feature a profile of one of Florence’s oldest butcher shops, a fiction piece about the a memory of a small Mediterranean town, and a surprising way the artist Matilde Gagliardo uses video to create portraits.

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ABOUT OUR BACK ISSUES

Want to catch up on your Blending reading? Back issues of the latest editions may be downloaded as full pdfs below.

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