Author: ukvisualanth

Covidentities – Prizes

ukvisualanth , July 23rd, 2020


Our annual screening event took place on zoom this year because of the pandemic. You can see all the films and interactive websites here. You can read Felicia…


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Invitation to Covidentities 2020

ukvisualanth , May 28th, 2020


  Welcome to this year’s visual anthropology screening and an exciting collection of creative, engaged and always personal projects by our visual anthropology students. This year our stude…


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Covidentities 2020

ukvisualanth , May 28th, 2020


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Techologically Ill wins Hugh Brody Visual Anthropology Prize 2019

ukvisualanth , June 22nd, 2019


Noemie Degiorgis’ transformative short documentary, Technologically Ill, won the Hugh Brody Visual Anthropology Prize at this year’s visual anthropology screening, Resolutionaries.   …


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Resolutionaries 2019

ukvisualanth , June 22nd, 2019


Matt Rose introduces the event with a poem.   Welcome and thank you for coming.  Before the films get up and running I’d like to invite us all…


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Invitation to Resolutionaries 2019-Rebel-Recreate-Reclaim

ukvisualanth , May 21st, 2019


  Dear students, friends, alumni and supporters of visual anthropology at Kent, In the year when Extinction Rebellion protests caught the public imagination and led to the declaration…


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Transparencies 2018

ukvisualanth , June 13th, 2018


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Transparencies Report

ukvisualanth , June 13th, 2018


  Introduction TRANSPARENCIES 2018  celebrated the creativity and initiative of our students,  how they gave of themselves and collaborated to be able to realise the films they wanted….


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Transparencies 2018

ukvisualanth , May 25th, 2018


Dear students, friends, alumni and supporters of visual anthropology at Kent, Please join us for the biggest student screening event in the history of visual anthropology at Kent….


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RWANDart-Alumni Sarine Arslanian shares her latest project

ukvisualanth , June 23rd, 2017


Exploring Rwanda’s Creative Scene   When I first moved to Rwanda, I was not sure what to expect. It was March 2015, and I was moving in with…


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Caremotions 2017

ukvisualanth , June 19th, 2017


CAREMOTION –noun- finding balance between the care of others and self, and the emotions during video making. Etymology-(coined in Canterbury 2017) a synthesis of care, motion, emotion, motion…


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Caremotions 2017

ukvisualanth , May 18th, 2017


CAREMOTION –noun- finding balance between the care of others and self, and the emotions during video making. Etymology-(coined Canterbury 2017) a synthesis of care, motion, emotion, motion picture…


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Portrails 2016

ukvisualanth , August 1st, 2016


Portrayal – a depiction of someone or something in a work of art or literature; a picture Trail – a mark or a series of signs or objects…


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Portrails 2016

ukvisualanth , May 20th, 2016


    Portrayal – a depiction of someone or something in a work of art or literature; a picture Trail – a mark or a series of signs…


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Resolations 2015

ukvisualanth , June 19th, 2015


    “Film can rescue anthropology and deliver it from its confines.”   The introduction from film-maker Hugh Brody to this year’s screening of ethnographic projects made by the…


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Anthropological Documentary for Public Policy in Jakarta

ukvisualanth , February 27th, 2015


Sarine Arslanian, Visual Anthropology student from 2012, reports from Jakarta and shares her latest documentary. With the support of the Center for Public Policy Transformation, Sarine Arslanian exp…


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Amchi- Tibetan Medicine and Ethical Anthropological Filmmaking

ukvisualanth , August 17th, 2014


Former MPhil student Elif Eda Tibet tells us about her latest documentary. Amchi is an observational road trip documentary, about an idealistic Tibetan doctor Amchi Karma Chodon journey…


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INTER-REFLEXIONS-2014

ukvisualanth , May 27th, 2014


  Reflexion– expression without words; a remark expressing careful consideration; a calm, lengthy, intent consideration. Inter– Between, among; mutually; reciprocally   Marlowe L…


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Peopling Places-2013

ukvisualanth , June 6th, 2013


The screening and exhibition of third year anthropology student visual projects took place over a long afternoon in Marlowe Lecture theatre. The event was attended by a large…


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