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December 15, 2008

Sound Image Culture / SIC

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Where: Brussels
When: april – december 2009 (not fulltime)
Application deadline:
6 March 2009

visual anthropology – documentary – performative ethnography – experimental film – auto-ethnography

workshops for anthropological–artistic projects
werkplaats voor antropologisch–artistieke projecten
ateliers pour des projets anthropologiques-artistiques

soundimageculture.org

3 months seminars
2 months supervised filming
3 months supervised editing
continuous coaching

CALL FOR PROJECTS – OPROEP TOT PROJECTEN – APPEL AUX PROJETS SIC 2009
deadline submission projects 6 March 2009
april – december 2009 (not fulltime)

PRESENTATIONS – PRESENTATIES SIC 2008
Aalst Netwerk 24 January 2009 www.netwerk-art.be
Brussels Les Brigittines 20 February 2009 (tbc) www.brigittines.be
(Belgium)

contact@soundimageculture.org + 32 (0) 2 537 85 69 + 32 (0) 485 33 45 98

With the support of the Flemish Authorities. Subpowered by Les Brigittines, Netwerk and Polymorfilms.
picture ©Charles Fairbanks 2008


Coördinatie – Organisation
SoundImageCulture / SIC vzw – asbl
http://www.soundimageculture.org

M + 32 (0) 487 33 45 98
T + 32 (0) 2 537 85 69
Rue Theodore Verhaegenstraat 18
BE – 1060 Brussel – Bruxelles

metafactory

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December 12, 2008

The 11th RAI International Festival of Ethnographic Film 2009

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Where: Leeds, UK
Festival date
: 1 – 4 July 2009
Submission deadline
: 15 January 2009

Sponsored by The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) jointly with The Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Leeds Metropolitan University, The Northern Film School, Leeds Metropolitan University, and
The Louis Le Prince Centre for Cinema, Photography and Television, Leeds University National Media Museum, Bradford

For submission conditions, entry forms and awarded prizes please check RAI Film Festival Website www.raifilmfest.org.uk; Here you find as well information about the international conference “Emotion in Motion: The Passions of Tourism, Travel and Movement, 4-7 July 2009.

We invite you to submit your recent productions, released (first screened in public) after 1 January 2006.

The Deadline for Submission is 15 January 2009 (postmark date); please make sure that the preview tapes arrive by 24 January at the latest. Please submit the form and stills by e-mail (festival@therai.org.uk) and send the preview tape (DVD or VHS) separately by post.


Kate Hennessy

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September 11, 2008

AAA 2008: SVA Sessions and Events Accepted and Scheduled

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Society for Visual Anthropology
Sessions and Events Accepted and Scheduled
2008 Meetings of the American Anthropological Society, San Francisco, CA.

The following SVA-reviewed sessions and events have been accepted and scheduled for this year’s AAA meetings in San Francisco. The SVA is making a strong contribution to this year’s theme of “Inclusion, Collaboration, and Engagement” with an excellent Film, Video, and Interactive Media Festival line-up, and a range of compelling workshops, sessions, roundtables, and poster presentations.

Any questions or comments should be directed to:

Aaron Glass
Kate Hennessy
SVA Program Chairs

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September 3, 2008

Rhetoric of the Image: Visual Culture in Political Islam

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Conference to be held at Copenhagen University, Denmark
Saturday and Sunday, March 21-22, 2009.


While narrative sources and oral communication were key in the formation and transmission of Islamic culture in the pre-modern period, an increasing use of visual media in the cultural production of modern Islamic societies has effectively placed the image alongside– if not above– text-based rhetorical models. Over the course of the twentieth century, visual media such as film, television, the graphic arts, illustrated books, and pamphlets were mobilized in the drive to modernize and to define a role for Islam in the public domain of everyday politics. In more recent years, new media forms like satellite television and the internet have offered further possibilities to use visual rhetoric for the public representation of Islamic subjectivities. The use of image-based narratives in modern Islamic culture generates an increasingly visualized public sphere that enables states, political groups, and individuals to construct and deploy ideological messages through culturally recognizable symbols.

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August 13, 2008

Power to Empowerment: Critical Literacy in Visual Culture

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Papers are solicited for an international, transdisciplinary conference examining visual literacy as it is shaped by, shapes and integrates private and public identity and subjectivity through social institutions and forces including design, education, politics, ethics, technology, media, marketing, commerce, the environment and society. The conference understands visual literacy from the perspective of individuals, communities, groups and organizations to mean the ability to successfully compose and deliver meaningful communication as well as decode and interpret visual messages. It involves perceiving visual images as components of a larger culture matrix, constituting their meaning and significance, discerning relationships between their intended and actual purposes and audiences, and acting with or upon them. Visual literacy generates and is affected by relationships between the visual, literacy and power, including disenfranchisement. Particular themes or topics for papers may include but are not limited to the economics of visual culture, constructing the visual landscape, visual culture and affiliations and disenfranchisements, brands and users, ethnographies of visual culture, the charge of education to superintend visual literacy, visual literacy and power, visual illiteracy, visual culture and social difference, and visual cultures of everyday life.

Abstracts between 250-500 words are sought for 15-20 minute paper presentations.

Please send your abstract electronically as a word-document to Keith Owens, Assistant Professor, Communication Design, University of North Texas College of Visual Arts & Design, kowens@unt.edu.

Important Dates:

February 1, 2008, Deadline for abstracts
March 1, 2008, Notification of acceptance
June 7-8, 2008, Conference dates

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