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, multimedia and temporally based works implemented through the diversified building blocks of our curriculum.





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    Exhibition at Fassart Gallery: Tuck Muntarbhorn: Stillness Speaks

    Artists enable audiences to envision and make sense of the world, providing a lens through which society and the self are perceived. In times of division and fragmentation, many artists have confronted socio-political issues head rst, illuminating truths and raising questions. Such work is broadcast loudly to powerful e ect, serving as a force for change.

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    November 10th Ataturk Remembrance Day

    November 10th, 2017 Ataturk Remembrance Day (Due to the ceremony, there will be no classes between 8:40 and 10:30)

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    TRUMBAUER Family Collection in KASA Gallery

    Opening on November 8, a selection from the Trumbauer Family Collection will be on exhibit at Kasa Galeri for the first time in Istanbul in a partnership between Özgür Demirci and Suat Öğüt. The collection represents the extensive history of the Trumbauer family, and will be available for viewing by prior appointment from Wednesday to Saturday between 1 pm and 3 pm until December 23, 2017. A member of the familys private security detail will accompany visitors during their visit.

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    SPARKS_International Student Cuts.

    Video and Animation Screening, FASS Art Gallery.

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    A New Exhibition at Kasa Gallery

    Ardında Bıraktığın - You Left Behind is an exhibition of the works of Ahmet Kavas, Eda Aslan, Rehan Miskci and Şahin Çetin to be displayed at Kasa Galeri from September 13 to October 29. Although the artists deal with subjects and concepts that are seemingly apart, and employ media that are different from one another, their common ground is a political and symbolic conjecture that encompasses the past, social history, memory, family and belonging, and builds essential ties among them.


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