This year’s productions include Photography, Graphic Design, Interactive Media, Animation, Video Production and Radio Recording. The myriad of media formats presented in this event reflects the multidisciplinary approach followed in the Communication and Media Bachelor program, which was reinforced upon its inclusion in the Faculty of Creative Industries.
According to USJ organizer and program coordinator, professor José Manuel Simões, “this exhibition demonstrates the technical and practical topics covered by the BCM program, ranging from audiovisual production to digital publishing techniques, reflecting upon the entire range of modern platforms. The main focus of our program is on how people use messages to generate meanings placing our students at the forefront of contemporary information society. Like we can see at the exhibition, we prepare students with a solid foundation in learning, exploring existence, as well as the function of using different fields and gaining expertise in advanced tools”.