Mariana Gonçalves Almeida

Mariana Almeida accomplished her degree in Design and Multimedia Communication at ESAP (2010) and a Master in Graphic Design and Editorial Projects at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Oporto University (2017). Currently she is a PhD student of Design at Communication and Art Department, University of Aveiro. Her main focus is design history and the use of archives to develop research at the interpretation level of artefacts.

Cienciavitae: F813-3337-74D9

Current positions

  • PhD Student Universidade de Aveiro

Research Groups

Publications

  • ALMEIDA, Mariana; BARBOSA, Helena (2018) – “Hermeneutics of the Port wine poster: from past to present”. In ICDHS 2018 – 11th Conference of the International Committee for Design History and Design Studies – Back to the future: the future in the past. University of Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona: Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2018. Book of abstracts. ISBN 978-84-9168-157-1. p. 189.
  • ALMEIDA, Mariana; BARBOSA, Helena (2018) – “Hermeneutics of the Port wine poster: from past to present”. In ICDHS 2018 – 11th Conference of the International Committee for Design History and Design Studies – Back to the future: the future in the past. University of Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona: Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2018. Proceedings. ISBN 978-84-9168-156-4. p. 372-376.

Scientific, artistic and cultural production

Technical work
  • ALMEIDA, Mariana (2013) – Responsible for the research and the inventory of the archive of the advertising material. Arquivo Histórico Sogrape – Casa Ferreirinha, Porto – Portugal
  • ALMEIDA, Mariana (2012) – Responsible for the research and the inventory of the archive of the advertising material. Arquivo Histórico Sogrape – Casa Ferreirinha, Porto – Portugal
National awards
  • ALMEIDA, Mariana (2014) – Representation of ESAP – Escola Superior Artística do Porto, in the contest CIN-REMAKE’09. The proposal was selected to represent the ESAP and decorate a BUS of the STCP, that circulated temporarily in the ciry of Porto, under the theme “Pink Disco”. Porto, Portugal