VASA Project

FEATURED WORKSHOP

1. Teaching Criticism in the Classroom

1. Teaching Criticism in the Classroom
5 weeks starting 10/05/13
Instructor: A. D. Coleman

 

NEWS From VASA

New Exhibition
Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman

Connections: Online Portfolio Reviews

VASA announces Connections, a professional development online platform offering access to expert reviewers and project consultants.

VASA Journal on Images and Culture

Issue #6 is available online

Manuscripts:
Traces of Locality: Traditions and Identities of Contemporary Photography in the Former Yugoslavi: Miha Colner

Rural Places Meet Media Literacy: Representing Truth and Self in Rural Social Space: Damiana Gibbons

Visual Culture and Advertisin: Bret Lefler

Book Review: The End According to Pedans
Review by: Igor Manko

Portfolios:
Somnambulism: Lara Ciarbellini
There Was a Forest: Jewish Life in Eastern Europe Today
& Palladium: Loli Kantor
Exchanging Looks: African Village Portraits: Wim de Schamphelaere

Transmedia

Reviews, Artist Profiles, Essays, contact Transmedia to contribute notices, reviews, essays. Current posts include "Month Of Photography in Bratislava" and Photography Gallery of Vienna

Current Exhibitions:

Where Do We Go Now!: Part Two
Carlos Palma

Where Do We Go Now!: Part One
Delio Jasse

Global Photography Project
Juried Exhibition: 2012 and Spring 2013 GPP sessions

Clare Smart

Photonic Moments: Federico Sutera, Jure Kastelic. Vangelis Georgas

VASA Exhibition Archives contains the complete exhibition and e-catalogue.

Journal on Images and Culture is accepting manuscript proposals

VJIC is now accepting manuscript proposals and book reviews for 2014. Email appropriate editor for Visual culture, Media Literacy, Digital Media Art, Visual Literacy, or Photography. VJIC

VJIC is an online, open and free journal on images and culture.

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> Coming February 2014: VASA CONNECTIONS: ONLINE PORTFOLIO REVIEWS AND PROJECT CONSULTING


The VASA Project is designed as an online media center focused on photography, digital video, criticism, visual studies, and new media.

The VASA Project is based upon the union of two familiar environments: the traditional media center model and online networked communities.

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