The Andalusian startup Magistri offers master education in film format with prestigious speakers from the Hispanic world.
Seville, May 19, 2022-. Magistri.tv is born, a digital platform to train, improve knowledge and enjoy exclusive educational content through online master classes taught by prestigious professionals and reference in their fields. The first master class will be given by architect Alberto Campo Baeza, in which, in his words, “we will learn how to manage space, how to tighten a building with light and how to think with our hands”. The renowned Spanish architect will talk about architectural concepts and will give a tour of his work.
The content of the master class lasts approximately 3 hours, fragmented into short pills for convenient viewing from any device. In it, the architect discusses timeless topics such as light, beauty, and other more pragmatic ones, such as dealing with the client, the achievement of projects, and tricks and ideas applicable to the projection of buildings; in short, he offers us his inspiring vision of architecture.
Magistri has open channels of collaboration with the Consejo Superior de los Colegios de Arquitectos de España, and with various universities, where it carries out initiatives to attract talent and educational and business synergies. Specifically, the Francisco de Vitoria University has been one of the places where the class has been shown exclusively and in advance, in an initiative that the platform hopes to replicate in other schools of architecture in Spain and Latin America.
The class will be available openly on the Magistri.tv platform from May 19, with a 33% discount for a limited time. Also, they have prepared special offers for members, students and educational centers.
Magistri is working on offering a catalog of multidisciplinary master classes conducted by recognized experts in each subject. The value of these master classes lies not only in the speakers, who will be successful figures in their sector, but also in the high pedagogical preparation of the content and the aesthetic and cinematographic experience of their viewing.
The project is supported by the startup accelerator, Minerva Program, the Ministry of Economic Transformation, Industry, Knowledge and Universities and Vodafone, and is born with the vocation of giving its place to the top references of Hispanic culture: “In Hispanic culture we have great artists, athletes, entrepreneurs and professionals from whom we can learn,” explains Gonzalo Guajardo, CEO and founder of Magistri, who thought of developing the project when he was studying film in the United States. “We all have references that have inspired us when studying or working, whom we admire for their passion, dedication or values. We want those references to be in Magistri, that they can be accessible and share their knowledge, their life experience, with the general public”.
Gonzalo Guajardo (CEO)
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