Real Virtuality is the result of three components: technology, creators and participants. While immersive storytelling, a complex interwoven network of the latter coupled with humanity, is a component through which storytelling and agency occur.
This year again, and despite the challenging circumstances for our students, LAU graphic design students make it to the top at the Dubai Lynx advertising awards.
Well done to our Graphic Design faculty Nisrine Sarkis and Graphic Design student Rita Azar, whose posters were selected to be among the @100bestarabicposters for 2020.
Congratulations to SArD Associate Professor and alumna Yasmine Nachabe Taan for her book on women photographers in the region that was published with Bloomsbury, after a decade of ongoing research.
A must read, for those interested in photography, history, gender and anthropological studies, or anyone looking to embark on a journey of discovery.
As graphic design students reckoned with immense changes on the local and global level, they crafted and aggregated different forms of creative expression.
The theme of WHY Graphic Design Festival in Florence Italy for this year was, "physically distant, socially connected". Out of over 250 international entries, 20 works were selected for the final round, of which Farah Awada's work developed during the Poster Design course.