Visual Culture Research Centre
The Visual Culture Research Centre studies the digital and traditional pictorial language of children and youth. Our researchers are members of the European Visual Literacy Network, a research consortium of 90 experts from 21 European countries, who developed the Common European Frameworkfor Visual Literacy.
In co-operation with scholars from five countries of three continents, our recently completed study, Visual Culture Learning Communities, focused on the documentation and analysis of symbolisation in youth subcultures. In 2020, we conclude a research and innovation projects, “Moholy-Nagy Visual Modules – Teaching the pictoriallanguage of the 21th century, in the framework of the Visual Culture Research Groupof ELTE University and the Hungarian Academy of Science.
Our current HORIZON 2020 project, AMASS – Acting on the Margins: Arts as Social Sculpture is described inmore detail on our home page. Its aim is to support children and youth in need through the arts.