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Tiago Cruz, Design de Comunicação, Ilustração, Media-Arte Digital e Docência no Instituto Universitário da Maia (ISMAI).

De 1998 a 2001 frequenta o curso de Realização Plástica de Artes do Espetáculo (Cenografia, Figurinos e Adereços), pela Academia Contemporânea do Espetáculo (ACE – Porto), tendo trabalhado com diversos encenadores como António Capelo, Rogério de Carvalho, Paulo Castro e Alan Richardson. Em 2006 finaliza a licenciatura em Tecnologias de Comunicação Multimédia pelo Instituto Universitário da Maia (ISMAI – Maia) com uma dissertação de monografia na área do Design de Interação e da Semiótica Visual intitulada IxD@web – Design de Interação: forma, função e comportamento no espaço web. Em 2012 finaliza o mestrado em Comunicação na Era Digital: Estratégias, Indústrias e Mensagens pelo ISMAI, com uma investigação na área da Comunicação/Cultura Visual e Semiótica Visual, intitulada Da Esfera Privada à Esfera Pública: o Diário Gráfico enquanto Meio de Expressão e Comunicação Visual. Em 2018 termina o doutoramento em Média-Arte Digital na Universidade Aberta (UAb – Lisboa) e Universidade do Algarve (UAlg – Faro), contexto onde tem desenvolvido instalações artísticas em torno da temática da paisagem. Além da docência, colabora em projetos de investigação com o com o Centro de Investigação em Artes e Comunicação (CIAC – UAlg/UAb) e mantém a sua atividade enquanto Designer de Comunicação e ilustrador.

Tiago Cruz, Communication Design, Illustration, Digital-Media Art and teaching at University Institute of Maia – ISMAI, Portugal.

From 1998 to 2001, he studied Scenography, Costumes and Props at ACE (Porto, Portugal) and worked with directors like António Capelo, Rogério de Carvalho, Paulo Castro and Alan Richardson. In 2006, he graduated in “Multimedia Communication Technologies”, in ISMAI (Maia, Portugal), with a thesis in the area of Interaction Design and Visual Semiotics titled “IxD@web – Interaction Design: Form, Function and Behaviour on the web”. In 2012 he finished his master program in “Multimedia in the Digital Era: Strategies, Industries and Messages”, in ISMAI, focusing the investigation in the area of Visual Culture, Visual Communication and Visual Semiotics, with a thesis titled “From the Private register to the Public Sphere: The Graphic Diary as a means of expression and Visual Communication”. In 2018 he finished a PhD on Digital Media-Art, at the Portuguese Open University and Algarve of University, context in which he has been developing artistic installations related with the Landscape concept. Along with teaching, he collaborates in research projects with CIAC (Research Center for Arts and Communication) and maintains his activity as a Communication Designer and Illustrator.

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