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The VASA Project in an online center for media studies. The VASA mission is to provide an online platform for disseminating the work of theorist and image makers on an international scale. The VASA community shares an interest in media studies, photography, film/video and sound.

To meet its mission, VASA supports online curated exhibitions; film/video screenings; the Journal on Images and Culture; The VASA Front Page and other projects.

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The VASA Project was founded in July of 2009 and is directed by its founder Roberto Muffoletto.

VASA curators, editors, design and production team and contributors are all volunteers. VASA hosts no ads, is not supported by grants or sells anything.

VASA is a non-profit making organization.

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International Team


Head Curators:
Rui Goncalves Cepeda (Portugal/England)
Igor Manko (Ukraine)

Invited Curators:
Lara Ciarabellini (Italy/Brazil)
Andrea Motta (Greece)
Sinya Gur (Ukraine)
Paula Scamparini (Brazil)
Larry Chatman (USA)

Video/Film Series:

2017 Curators:
Miha Colner (Slovenia)
Carla Della Beffa (Italy)

Journal on Images and Culture:

Associate Editor: Rachel Zimmerman (USA)

Sándor Szilágyi (Hungary)
Dan Duda (USA)
Ione Manzali (Brazil)
Daniela Noitz (Austria)








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