Beyond the obvious | Typography and visual Ccmmunication in times of disruption
8th ICTVC 2022 — Call for papers
Helexpo / Ioannis Vellidis Congress Centre
5–9 July 2022
Main Conference 7–9 July · Workshops 5–6 July
Call for papers via EasyChair
It is obvious that the pandemic affects our daily lives and the way we operate as educators, students or practitioners in the fields of typography and visual communication. The aim of the conference is to ‘see’ beyond the obvious, discussing examples from the past, deepening into the present, and raising important issues for the future in the areas of history, theory and practice. Among the plans of the Organizing Committee of the 2022 ICTVC is to have a special section on education, the challenges and opportunities in turbulent and uncertain times like these.
Since its inception in 2002, ICTVC has been established as one of the most prominent international events in its field. Supporting open, meaningful dialogue, the conference attracts people from many different countries and disciplines who share a passion for research, education, and practice in relation to typography and visual communication.
ICTVC’s thematic areas are informed by its previous events, and formulated in response to the sociopolitical, economic and cultural environment. It places this discourse in the context of the impact of new technologies on research, theory, history, education and practice in typography, printing, publishing, and other visual communication disciplines.
20 years ICTVC!
The 8th ICTVC is organised by the Institute for the Study of Typography & Visual Communication and is endorsed by the Department of Design & Multimedia, University of Nicosia, Cyprus, the Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, UK, the Department of Graphic and Visual Communication, University of West Attica, Greece, ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale), ISTD (International Society of Typographic Designers), IIID (International Institute for Information Design), AEPM (Association of European Printing Museums), IP3 (Institute of Paper, Printing & Publishing), CAGDI (Cyprus Association of Graphic Designers and Illustrators), HELGRAMED (Hellenic Union of Graphic Arts and Media Technology Engineers), the Archive of Visual Communication in Greece, the Museum of Typography, Chania, Greece, the Hambis Municipal Museum of Printmaking, Cyprus.
For more information about the ICTVC you may contact:
Dr Klimis Mastoridis, General Secretary, 8th ICTVC 2022
Professor of Typography and Graphic Communication, University of Nicosia, Cyprus