Annalisa Raho

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Annalisa Raho
annalisa.raho@uregina.ca


Annalisa Raho received her degree in Architecture from the University of Florence, Italy with a thesis on Perception and Visual Communication. She has worked as a creative and graphic designer in Italy, USA and Canada and, by practising internationally, the breadth of her experience has become very diverse. Annalisa has worked with publishers, theatres, museums, private companies and public institutions designing promotional campaigns, magazines, books, and websites.

Her research project “Making Colors” for the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles (2011, under the direction of Merritt Price) was a pilot project on the use of colors in relation to visual perception, communication, and display of art and is instrumental in designing the museum’s exhibitions.

Annalisa has developed a suite of courses in visual communication, including: Introduction to Graphic Design + Branding Advertising and Design + Visual Identity Design + Visual Communication for the Web.

The passion for perception, art, and images leads her work and her teaching. Her experiences in visual communication, graphic design, exhibition design, theatre design, and photography drive her research and the continuous exchange with clients and students energizes her work and her vision. 

Interdisciplinarity is at the core of Annalisa’s research in visual communication, exploring the intersection between Media Theory and Visual Communication Practice, mostly within the nonprofit sector.