Over the past century, and acceleratedly so during recent decades, visuality has become pervasive in all aspects of life due to the proliferation of media based communication devices which can be observed to have a strong basis in visuality. Thus the mission of the VACD program is to provide the student with an in-depth understanding of visuality and its applications to the domains of Visual Art and Visual Communication Design. However, our efforts go beyond a sole understanding / application of the visual fields themselves in that we also seek to bring about their integration with other creative output such as sound design, new media output and temporally based works implemented through the diversified building blocks of our curriculum.
Color of Wind by Emin Qahramanov curated by BA VAVCD student Gunes Garibli. First of all I want thank my teacher for giving me this opportunity, having a chance of curating an exhibition is such a great experience for me. University does not only mean getting an academic degree, in university we are learning life. It is like the trailer of the grand movie where we will be the directors. And this is why we have to appreciate every bit of the knowledge given to us throughout this journey
Seçil Büyükkan, Alper Aydın, Ali
HERA / TUNCA Because We Are Here Where We Are Not
We cordially invite you to Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Master of Arts Thesis Defense of Eren Muhitin Sulamacı (VACD)
A Study on Narration of Memories through Graphic Storytelling Methods: Tales from Çarşamba
Stress/Strain by Çağatay Tuna Özkan