The Call for Papers and Panels for the 30th Annual Visual Communication Conference is up! Here are the fast Facts: Deadline for proposals is March 10, 2016 Hosted by: Weber State University Department of Communication, The University of Utah Department of Communication Westminster Department of Communication June 22-26, 2016 (Wednesday evening through Sunday morning) Snowbird Ski […]
At last — a place where we can post photos we take at VisCom(m)! I have posted everything that was taken by my Canon camera… I’m going to work on getting through my iPhone pictures as well and post them up there. Viscomm’s Flickr Group Page You have to be a member of the group […]
If you are presenting, please check the program for any errors or omissions — and contact STUART KAPLAN with your corrections. 2015 VisCom29 Conference Program.
FROM THE DESK OF TRISCHA GOODNOW: Northwest Point offers a bus service to Cannon Beach from Portland. People would have to take a MAXX train to the station and then catch the bus. It only runs twice a day. But it’s only $17 one way. In addition to this we can try and set up […]
Notifications regarding conference submissions have been sent out this evening. Stuart Kaplan, program director, and his team of reviewers blind peered reviewed a record number of submissions this year. For those whose papers/presentations were accepted might want to have some stats for their Tenure/Promotion files. We are a small plenary conference, therefore, when space on […]
We expect to get acceptances for the 29th Annual Visual Communication Conference out by April 15.
REMINDER: The deadline for VisCom 29 submissions is March 10! Here’s the CALL … Here’s the submission FORM … What are you waiting for??
The New Year is here and the Call for Papers and Panels for VisCom 29, in Cannon Beach, Oregon, is up and waiting for your response. The site coordinator is Trischa Goodnow of Oregon State University and the Program coordinator is Stuart Kaplan of Lewis and Clark (Emeritus).
For those of you trying to decide about the Conference and whether or not to stay “on campus” at the conference center, I thought I would provide some data: The closest accommodation to the conference center is a 2-star motel “Classic Motor Lodge” about five miles away. This will cost $312 for accommodation only* — […]
Dear VisCom Campers,Apologies for any duplicate emails you may receive… as you know reaching all who are interested in the Visual Communication Conference is always a challenge 🙂 The link for arranging your accommodation at Whispering Pines is up on the VisCom website. The number of rooms is limited… so you might not want to […]