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IV Lisbon International Advertising Festival

IV Lisbon International Advertising Festival,  trará ao Museu da Ciência Viva, no Parque das Nações, dias 19 e 20 deste mês, várias das maiores estrelas mundiais do marketing e da publicidade.

O primeiro dia será dedicado às marcas de Health. Teremos também vários momentos de networking que contam com o patrocínio de várias importantes marcas.

No dia 19 em palco estará Tom Richards, que vem de Manchester onde é o Chief Creative Officer da Havas Linx, uma das mais importantes agências de publicidade na área da saúde à escala mundial; Renata Florio que é a directora criativa mundial da Ogilvy Health & Wellness, Tim Bierley , o Executive Creative Director da Wunderman Thompson Health, Patrícia Coelho da Artsana, Peter Ignazi, director criativo mundial da Cossette e Pamela Savage, Senior Vice President & Creative Director da Area 23, provavelmente a agência de publicidade da área da saúde mais premiada globalmente.

No dia 20, o programa começa com João Flores, o português que dirige com sucesso a criatividade da Dentsu X em Singapura,  Andrea Siqueira que é a Executive Creative Director da BETC em São Paulo,  Rodger Beekman que é o Chief of Experience da PwC em Amesterdão,  Erick Rosa, o brasileiro que brilha a dirigir a criatividade da Publicis One Japão,  Liliana Camaican que é a Head of Innovation mundial da Tata Global Beverages e ainda  Luís Silva Dias, o português que é o CEO mundial da FCB International.

Os estudantes podem adquirir o bilhete para os dois dias por apenas 15€. 

Paralelamente, há uma iniciativa gratuita para estudantes. O briefing de Young Lisbon, que este ano é patrocinado pela Galp e que poderá lançar uma carreira de sucesso junto dos estudantes . Todos os detalhes podem ser vistos aqui.

CfP MtM 6 – (Trans)Forming Magazines

The sixth Mapping the Magazine conference will be held at Lusófona University in Lisbon, Portugal, July, 2nd and 3rd, 2020. We are now inviting submissions on the theme(Trans)Forming Magazines. The complete Call for Abstracts/Papers of Mapping the Magazine 6 is online here: https://easychair.org/cfp/MtM6

The organizers seek proposals for individual papers on topics related to magazine research from many disciplines (Media and Communication, Journalism, Critical and Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Sociology, Linguistics, English, History, Visual Communication, and others). The MtM 2020 conference seeks to explore questions including but not limited to:

  • Conceptualizing the Magazine: What can be considered a magazine? What are the frontiers delimiting magazine types? Are new magazine types emerging? What ethical challenges do mixed types face?
  • Magazine analysis: What epistemological trends dominate in magazine analysis today? How do scholars build knowledge around magazines? What are the main methodological tools and approaches used to better understand magazine change and (trans)formation? What emerging and innovative research methods are being developed to study this field?
  • History of magazines: What can we learn from the past? What case studies inform our understanding of magazine media then and now?
  • Discussing business models: The impact of transmedia storytelling. How can print magazines survive? What can contribute to the success of magazines? What case studies can help us understand the possibilities and conditions of successful magazine projects? 
  • Designing magazines: What is the relevance of graphical design in defining a magazine? Is there a distinctive role of design in the field of magazines when compared to other media? What is the role of photography and video in a magazine? Are popularity and emotion still associated primarily to images and to the magazine as a genre? Is the online circulation of material threatening the identity work of the magazines’ design?
  • Magazines and journalism: Are journalism studies a dominant paradigm in this field? What are the intersections, the problems, the convergences and divergences? What role do professional journalists play in this field? How do magazines work with different professional profiles to create diverse forms of content? How can the study of magazines (journalistic or not) help us understand journalism?
  • Magazines and organizational communication: What are the roles of hyper-focused magazine projects in the development of our understanding of magazines? What are the synergies between companies and media production? How do processes of internal communication impact on the way magazines are conceptualized?
  • Magazines and publics: What role do magazines play in a reader’s life? Do magazines still create communities, and how? Are these communities becoming increasingly atomized? Do these communities have a political impact?

Papers dealing with other topics and themes are equally welcome, and Mapping The Magazine encourages a multidisciplinary approach, as well as theoretical or empirical perspectives.                            

Abstracts of 400 words for 20-minute papers are due by January 6th, 2020. Please submit abstracts via EasyChair. For instructions or to confirm receipt of your abstract, contact mappingthemagazine6@gmail.com. Successful applicants will be contacted by February 10th, 2020, and full papers will be due to the conference organizers by May 11th, 2020. Completed papers should be double spaced and 5,000-8,000 words in length. Please use APA style.

As in the past, papers will be delivered sequentially over the two days, not concurrently in separate streams. Conference delegates are asked to commit to attending all papers.

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Quarta-feira |25 SET – 18H | Auditório Museu Coleção Berardo

Para quem falo agora na ausência de um corpo?
Arte e público: entre o real e o virtual.

Carlos Pimenta: Encenador, Professor e investigador. Licenciado em Ciências da Comunicação – comunicação, cultura e arte (Universidade Nova de Lisboa). Mestre em Ciências da Comunicação (Cultura Contemporânea e Novas Tecnologias – UNL). Doutorando em Ciências da Comunicação – ECATI / ULHT. Curso de Gestão das Artes | Instituto Nacional de Administração. Curso de Fotografia (Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual). Além da atividade artística exerceu diversos cargos ao nível da gestão cultural. Publicou diversos artigos sobre cultura e teatro, em revistas nacionais e estrangeiras. Enquanto encenador dirigiu mais de duas dezenas de espetáculos nas principais salas do país. Desde há cerca de dez anos tem vindo a interessar-se particularmente pelas relações entre arte, cultura e tecnologia. Em 2004 foi distinguido pelo Governo Francês com o grau de Cavaleiro da Ordem das Artes e das Letras.

Resumo: Vivemos, cada vez mais, uma ideia de comunidade virtual, interativa e de cultura pluralista, em que a audiência está liberta de posturas tradicionais, promovendo a dialéctica rede | ser num contexto de contaminações (artes, audiências e media) tecendo uma arquitetura dirigida a uma outra ideia de espaço comum enquanto promotor de desenvolvimento pessoal, cultural, tecnológico e social.

No entanto, uma questão deverá ser suscitada: terá a representação do real, decorrente de uma crescente sofisticação tecnológica, levado o homem a ausentar-se da sua noção tradicional de comunidade?

Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey

23rd of September | auditorium 2 | building B | FCSH | 6 pm
Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey, by Dafna Lemish* – Rutgers University, USA

 

The workshop (T1, 2nd floor) and the conference (Auditório 2, 3rd floor) will be both at Torre B, the main building of FCSH.

The lunch will be also at Torre B (refeitório).
Please bring your own water bottle to fill and refill at the venue.

The workshop has a limited number of participants. However, the conference will be open to the public and its title is sufficient broad to interest different audiences: Bridging feminism with children and media – a personal scholarly journey.

*Dafna Lemish (Ph.D. The Ohio State University, 1982) is a Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean of programs at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, the founding editor of the Journal of Children and Media, and a Fellow of the International Communication Association (ICA). She is author and editor of numerous books and articles on children, media and gender representations, including recently KakaoTalk and Facebook: Korean American youth constructing hybrid identities (with Jiwoo Park, Rowman & Littlefield, 2019); Fear in front of the screen: Children’s fears, nightmares and thrills (with Maya Götz & Andrea Holler, Rowman & Littlefield, 2019); Beyond the stereotypes: Images of boys and girls and their consequences (co-edited with Maya Götz, Nordicom, 2017); Children, Adolescents, and media: The future of research and action (co-edited with Amy Jordan & Vicky Rideout, Routledge, 2017); Children and media: A global perspective (Wiley, 2015); The Routledge international handbook on children, adolescents and media (edited, Routledge, 2013); Sexy girls, heroes and funny losers (co-edited with Maya Götz, Peter Lang, 2012); and Screening gender on children’s television: The views of producers around the world (Routledge, 2010). https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/lemish-dafna