Location: St. Francis College • Brooklyn Heights • New York
For centuries, images of the city have been recorded and inscribed in our memory by artists, historians, ethnographers, and cartographers who have left an extensive visual repository for our exploration and interpretation. Drawing on a variety of methods, this year’s conference theme aims to explore an array of and re-imagine it as a social-scape with transformative potential. To that end, the call for submissions encourages a broad assortment of visual research and/or presentations that represent a range of disciplinary leanings, interpretations, creative juxtapositions and analogies. Submissions are therefore invited from artists, practitioners and scholars with concentrations in the field of art history, communication arts, cultural geography, cultural studies, design and architectural studies, education, emergency and disaster management, film and media, history, photography, sociology, urban anthropology, urban planning, and visual anthropology. Submissions by authors at all stages of their professional life and visual work are welcome.
The call for submissions encourages a broad assortment of visual research and/or presentations that represent a range of disciplinary leanings … Submissions by authors at all stages of their professional life and visual work are welcome.
Dr. Marina Gair
St. Francis College
Brooklyn Heights, NY
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