Friday, December 10, 2010

CFP Alert: Second International Visual Methods conference

I think that this CFP may be of interest to a number of you interested in incorporating visual research methods into your thesis projects (such as Gauntlett's creative explorations). Perhaps a themed session proposal is in order? Something along the lines of "Using visual methods in information research"?

Via artacademia.net, a call for submissions for the Second International Visual Methods Conference, which will be held next September (Sept. 13-15, 2011) at the Open University in Milton Keynes, England. Here are the details, as posted on the conference website:
Following the very successful first international conference on visual methods in Leeds in 2009, the Programme Committee of the second conference invite proposals for papers, themed sessions, film/video screenings and exhibitions in the broad field of visual methods.

We welcome proposals in any of these areas:

  • Visual methods and research design
  • visual data of research participants
  • approaches to analyzing visual data
  • participatory visual methods
  • researcher-created visual data
  • visual ethics
  • arts-based visual research methods
  • visual culture and visual methods
  • data visualisation
  • visual technology

Please summarise your proposal -- whether for a paper, a themed session, a screening performance, exhibition or something else -- in 200 words and send it by 20 February 2011 to: IVM-Conference@open.ac.uk

Please include your full name, affiliation and email address in the proposal. We will let you know if your proposal has been accepted by 1 May 2011.

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