A haunting piece that articulates the thematic concerns of Memefest 2014, as the author concludes - " the worst thing you did to us was to make politicians out of all of us": http://indianexpress.com/…/book-review-kashmir-the-vajp…/99/
London College of Communication
Wed 10th June
– 16.00 in room D209
Lecture by Oliver Vodeb: Workshops as a Design research method and intervention
Thu 11th & Fri 12th June
– 10.30-16.30 in room D209
This praxis based two-day ...
At the moment that I am writing this text, the massive social uprising in Slovenia continues and enters, with even fiercer political determination, into a new stage of political maturity. What began as an isolated sparkle in late November 2012 ...
Mapping socially responsive communication workshop preparation Case study: Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. Humanites in a self-imposed crisis
Case study: Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. Humanites in a self-imposed crisis
End of October 2010 this document :
was sent to the mailing list of the Board for the defense of Higher ...
Few more days are left for you to finish your works and submit to our Friendly competition. As first works are coming in- we can say so far some fantastic works included- we want to give you a few hints ...
This might come as a surprise, but most of so called »socially engaged« communication is either not effective or even counterproductive. Why? The main reason is that such communication is conceived in the same way as marketing communication for a ...
It's getting serious folks. Time's running and deadline is fast approaching.
If you are already working hard on your submission work or are just about to start, it might be worth to have a look at this document ...
Hey, welcome to the official Memefest blog!
Since 2003 we have been using a blog platform as tactical media to reflect, critique, comment and inform around the broad field of communication. Now in 2010 with our newly conceived on-line platform we hope that through time this space will evolve in a collaborative blog media with a wider group of contributors to the global discourse around social responsibility of media and communication. Stuff that you can find here is either original or carefully and originally edited from other sources. There is a good chance that you will find things that will be of good use for you too if you follow us more regularly.
Of course we look at Memeblog as a dialogic platform. Your comments are encouraged and mostly welcome.
If you feel like collaborating in this: drop us a line: memefest at memefest dot org.