Date and time
University of Canterbury
Rehua Building, UC Ilam Campus Christchurch NZ
This is a hybrid event hosted by University of Canterbury in collaboration with the Association for Visual Pedagogies and sponsored by PESA. It takes up the important topic of visual ethics as a dialogue between researchers, students, teachers and the academy – a conversation started some time ago by AVP and its friends at PESA.
We are particularly keen to facilitate robust discussion between diverse groups of scholars, students, teachers, film-makers, journalists and artists about what it means to represent learners/learning through images and their (re)production. We extend a special invitation to those who serve on ethics committees within (and beyond) the academy or who share an interest in understanding the constraints and opportunities for approaches to visual ethics that are not only responsible but ‘re/sponse-able.’
A series of short video provocations will be rolled out in the weeks leading up to this event to whet your appetite. Come prepared to dialogue, debate and learn!
Find out more:
In-person and online-only tickets are available.
- The online meeting will take place on zoom: url to be advised closer to the time.
- The in-person meeting is operating under the COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic light system), so vaccine passes will be required for entry. Attendees will be asked to wear a face mask and scan in at the venue.