2ª Conferência Internacional de Arte, Ilustração e Cultura Visual

Website da conferência

A pedido da Prof. Helena Barbosa, aqui fica um post muito rápido para ajudar a divulgar a 2ª Conferência Internacional de Arte, Ilustração que irá decorrer na Universidade de Aveiro nos próximos dias 23-25 de Julho de 2012.

A chamada de trabalhos também já foi divulgada, pelo que se pode ler:

Call for papers:
Abstract up to 500 words

Key dates:
15 January – Call for papers
15 February – Deadline for abstracts
15 February – 29 February – Peer review period
1 March – Notification of acceptance
15 May – Deadline full paper
23 a 25 July – Conference

Themes:
The singular and plural coexist in daily life. The conference organizers are interested in how these forces interact and how this balance is achieved, or, how this relationship unfolds the past, builds on the present and is projected into the future.

The uniqueness of each person as a seed of collective identity (Memory and Memories) the individual expressions that manifest in collective expression (Author and Authors), the individual visual representations that participate in the collective discourse (Project and Projects), the manipulation of resources (Technology and Technologies), and engagement with experimental pedagogy (New Approaches to Education), are situations that we want to see explored within the theme of the conference. Foregrounded in submissions should be the acknowledgement of collective creativity and an empathy towards childhood – its memories, its challenges, and its opportunities for learning and growth.

Ver mais no site oficial: http://congresoarteilustracion.web.ua.pt

 

Author: Pedro Amado

Professor Auxiliar na Universidade de Aveiro a leccionar Design de Interação

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