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  • 25-06-2018 13:24

    Marianna Strapatsakis, artist and former Associate Professor of the Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University will present her work at the exhibition entitled Shell // the politics of being at the 15th Kypseli High School in Athens. Exhibition opening: 26 June 2018 | 17.00 - 21.00. Exhibition duration: 26 June - 24 July 2018.


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    Marianna Strapatsakis participates in the exhibition Shell // the politics of being
  • 22-09-2017 20:28

    GeNeDis 2018 Special Session: On human enhancement and genome editing: the scope of Art & Science. Organizers: Dalila Honorato and Antonia Plerou. Paper submission deadline for Special Sessions: May 20, 2018.


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    GeNeDis 2018 Special Session: On human enhancement and genome editing: the scope of Art & Science
  • 18-04-2018 11:33

    The Global Composition 2018 is organized by h_da’s Research Center for Digital Communication and Media Innovation (DKMI) in collaboration with GFTN e.V./Darmstadt, Master’s program International Media Cultural Work and World Forum for Acoustic Ecology on 4-7 October 2018 at Media Campus Dieburg/Darmstadt UAS h_da.


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    The Global Composition 2018: Sound, Ecology, and Media Aesthetic Education - Call for Submissions
  • 15-09-2017 17:31

    Νέα πανεπιστημιακή έκδοση με τίτλο «Ανάπτυξη παιχνιδιών» των Γιάννη Δεληγιάννη, Επίκουρου Καθηγητή του Τμήματος Τεχνών Ήχου και Εικόνας και Μιχάλη Λυγκιάρη από τις εκδόσεις Fagotto Books.


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    New edition: Game development
  • 11-04-2017 16:41

    The Department of Audio and Visual Arts of the Ionian University proudly announces that the e-book with the proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference "Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art and Science 2016" has been released. The electronic edition includes more than 40 chapters, in Greek and in English, of authors from 16 different countries. Editors: Dalila Honorato and Andreas Giannakoulopoulos.


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    Proceedings of TTT2016 have been released
  • 03-11-2015 14:13

    The Interactive Arts Laboratory (InArts) of the Department of Audio and Visual Arts adds even more partners, distinguished in the audiovisual sector.


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    New Collaborations InArts
Research Characteristics

The research characteristics of the lab co-exist in a theoretical and applied level through the dialectic combination of the two in the repetitive, formative or experimental process of creation. Consequently, substantial weight is given to the development of the methods of audiovisual research with an emphasis on the collection and analysis of audiovisual data and their semantic contribution to the space as a structure and to time as a form, beyond the originality of the results.

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Outward Orientation

Within the framework of outward orientation and development of its research horizons, the Interactive Arts Research Lab is open to collaboration in Postgraduate and Postdoctoral studies with universities in Greece and abroad in scientific topics, which for example include: Animation & Videogames, Interactive Education and Entertainment Systems, Installation and Audiovisual media, Artistic Creation with the use of multimedia and Teaching of Audiovisual Arts.


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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Since the Interactive Arts Research Lab belongs to a university department that is unique in Greece as to its field of study and is located at a key geographical point, it can serve as a tool for improving the quality, enhancing mobility and ensuring suitability for the labour markets by developing more opportunities for students who have the necessary knowledge for conducting research.

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Development Projects

The participation in research and development projects in Greece and abroad, which are directly related to the production of audiovisual and interactive content in the broader sections of culture, education and entertainment - can serve as a starting point for motivating and funding the lab, especially through strategical collaborations with public and private bodies.

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