The results of the 2017 National Student Survey are out, and we were delighted to learn that the Department of Film and Visual Culture is ranked equal first in the UK for teaching quality.
20th March – 23rd April 2017 / Sir Duncan Rice Library ground floor events area Official Opening Event: Thursday, 30 March 2017, 18:00-19:00 This retrospective exhibition incorporates work from the past 7 years taken while studying for my MLitt and PhD at the University of Aberdeen. Using colour film, an early 1980s Minolta SLR camera with a light leak, …
On Wednesday, February 15th, the George Washington Wilson Centre for Visual Culture’s Reading Group will hold its first meeting of the new year. We will be meeting in Taylor A35 from 12-1 to discuss Giorgio Agamben’s essay, “Nudity.”
On 22 February, Liis Kibuspuu will give a talk at the University of Aberdeen as part of the Film and Visual Culture Research Seminar series. The talk will take place at 12:00 in Meeting Room 3 of the Sir Duncan Rice Library. All welcome!
Join us for a very special Director’s Cut with Bernard Rose, director of influential horror classic Candyman, to celebrate the cult film’s 25th anniversary. Bernard will discuss with the BBC’s Fiona Stalker, his career in film making as a writer and director which began …
The GWW CVC is pleased to announce its VISION line-up for Spring 2017!
Jr. Director’s Cut Special Screening of award-winning student animated film, Print Your Guy(2015), audience Q&A with director Alwin Leene and Prof. Alan Marcus 9th November 2016, 1-2pm Regent Lecture Theatre, University of Aberdeen Admission Free http://www.abdn.ac.uk/directorscut/profiles/alwin-leene/
The George Washington Wilson Centre for Visual Culture and the Department of Film and Visual Culture are pleased to announce two events for its VISION programme in November