About the journal
The International Journal of Film and Media Arts is an online semiannual publication, written in English and Portuguese, promoted by the Center for Research in Applied Communication, Culture and New Technologies (CICANT / CIC.Digital) and the Department of Film and Media Arts (DCAM) from ECATI, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (Lisbon, Portugal). The IJFMA focuses on all areas of film and media arts research and critique, namely animation, television, media arts, videogames, fine arts, sound and their varied social and cultural forms of expression and materialization
A nineteenth-century inspired daguerreotype studio will be installed at the conference venue, Universidade Lusófona.
Thanks to LUPA – Luís Pavão Lda. , you will rediscover one of the first techniques of photography and take the result back home with you.
This unique experience will take around 2 hours, during which you will be invited to participate in the several stages of the process: polishing the brass plate, preparing a pose with clothing and props of your choice, exposure of the plate to iodine vapors to create a light-sensitive surface, image development, fixation and gilding, and finally the packaging of the plate in a case specifically designed for this event.
This beautiful daguerreotype was recently taken for the preparation of the dag studio. This is the portrait of the daguerreotypists team. From right to left: Luís Pavão, Inês Fernandes and Paula Lourenço.
S &I Media 2018
Submit your abstract until next 7 May
Join the 3rd edition of S&I Media next 28 to 30 June in Lisbon!
We are pleased to announced that Maria José Brites, Assistant Professor at Universidade Lusófona do Porto , Portuguese coordinator of the European Media in Action project and Cicant’s researcher, was selected by the Council of Europe to work as consultant in the field of Digital Citizenship Education .
At this mounth our researcher will be at the Tel-Aviv University (14-15th May) to participate in an workshop on “Fake news and beyond” and will give a talk on “Improving critical reading of the world: From European Regulation to National Education Programs”and also will attend the ICA Conference (24-28 May) with a paper on Youth, News and Civic Life in Portugal, in the panel on Young People, News, and Politics, organized by Lynn Schofield Clark (University of Denver)
Between 2013 and 2014 she was coordinator of RadioActive Europe project in Portugal (531245-LLP-1-2012-1-UK-KA3-KA3).
Research interests include areas such as youth studies, journalism and participation, audience studies, news literacy, and civic literacy.
Maria José Brites completed her post-doc at the Universidade Minho (2014-2017), with a scholarship from the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT).