The Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) of the Girona City Council and the Association of Archivists of Catalonia, are calling the 15th Image and Research International Conference, which will be held in the Palau de Congressos de Girona from 22-23 November. On 21st and 24th, two workshops related to the areas of interest of the Conference will be organized. See the call and provisional programme here; http://www.girona.cat/sgdap/cat/jornades_properes-ENG.php
Having spent time with many veterans over the years and having served in the military, I have seen the suffering and selflessness of those who accepted multiple deployments. Too often, as a result of that service, they are consumed by the sacrifice. As I spent time with veterans, including those served by the Pathway Home in Yountville, it was my hope that my work of facilitating group sessions in comedy writing would provide an outlet for them.
The University of St Andrews Library, Special Collections Division will be hosting a conference on the broader themes surrounding Stereo Photography during 18-19 October, 2018. This is presented in conjunction with the 2018 St Andrews Photography Festival, 'Stereo Views of Scotland' which runs throughout the month of October. The topics are wide-ranging and will cover both the historic as well as the contemporary.
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Selecting a term
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