Visual Studies Platform


2017 March 22 Wednesday

Visual Studies Platform (VSP) is a cross-disciplinary initiative designed to explore and propose innovative approaches to research and teaching visual imagery in the digital century. It encompasses research on visual theory, method and history across different media forms, including visual arts, film, photography and performance. Drawing on the growing expertise across CEU and beyond, it aims to foster the visual component in our research and practice, from the humanities towards social and policy studies. For this it invites CEU students and faculty to engage with theories and practices of analogue and digital image-making as well as interpretation through a web of interrelated activities, including thematic colloquia, workshops, summer schools and a variety of cross-departmental courses.

Documentary Filmmaking and Media Production at CEU

62 Films from 37 Countries Shown at Verzio 13

The 13th edition of Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, organized with the support of Blinken OSA Archivum November 8-13 showcased 62 films from 37 countries in four cinemas. The festival attracted over 5,000 viewers. Within the framework of the festival and with the support of CEU’s Visual Studies Platform (VSP), DocLab production workshop “The Roads to Integration” took place at the new CEU Mirabaud Media Lab.

Call for Applications for Verzio DocLab Workshop

CEU's Visual Studies Platform , in cooperation with the Verzio Documentary Film Festival and the CEU Library’s Mirabaud Media Lab presents Doc LabNovember 9-12, 2016. 

The Roads to Integration

Verzio DocLab: Face to Face: Refugees in Europe

In this four-day filmmaking workshop focusing on the refugee crisis, participants will make short films about one person or one family, a place, situation or attitudes represented by citizens in European countries. The workshop, hosted by the Open Society Archives and the Visual Studies Platform at CEU, will be held November 11-14 at CEU. It is free of charge and open to filmmakers and students interested in documentary and human rights.