Join ACED at this year's Dutch Design Week

As part of MU's upcoming The New Newsroom we have 3 workshops representing our current media culture.

ACED will join this year's Dutch Design Week. As part of MU's upcoming The New Newsroom we organise 3 workshops representing our current media culture.



ACED ON IMAGE
22 October 2018 | 13:00 — 15:00 | MU Eindhoven

Online news channels form one large echo chamber, where the orientation of news becomes increasingly fluid. Based on one specific news topic you will explore the broader use of image (satire, comic illustration, memes, edited image) to highlight and direct content through various outlets. A well-curated selection of visual statements presented on A0 posters will be the outcome of this interactive workshop.



ACED ON TEXT
22 October 2018 | 13:00 — 15:00 | MU Eindhoven

The influence of algorithms and the constant hunt for clicks have changed the way we consume media and how media organisations are communicating. Learn the tactics to find alternative use of written information. Focusing on a specific subject, we will delve into the expansive use of text (captions, headlines, comments, tweets, hashtags) across different channels. Find out how news is currently manifesting itself through society and the individual. At the end of this hands-on workshop the most intriguing textual statements will be collected and presented in the form of single booklets.



ACED ON VIDEO
22 October 2018 | 13:00 — 15:00 | MU Eindhoven

The influence of algorithms and the constant hunt for clicks have changed the way we consume media and how media organisations are communicating. Learn the tactics to find alternative use of written information. Focusing on a specific subject, we will delve into the expansive use of text (captions, headlines, comments, tweets, hashtags) across different channels. Find out how news is currently manifesting itself through society and the individual. At the end of this hands-on workshop the most intriguing textual statements will be collected and presented in the form of single booklets.

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