COMD’s 20th Anniversary celebrations has come to an end! COMD has celebrated its anniversary with a series of events.
After PASO and COMD Shorts screenings on December 12 and 13, celebrations continued with panels, talks, and the long-awaited Alumni Party on the following two days.
COMD is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with a series of events!
İ.D. Bilkent University, Department of Communication and Design cordially invites you to mark its 20th anniversary with a gala celebration at FFB 006 on Saturday, December 15th at 15:00.
Whereas not so long ago digital forms of communication were seen as the hope for new forms of democratic participation, they have recently been converted into ideal instruments for the governance of people. We have become accustomed to this situation,
The Lab of Labs is a pop-up lab that investigates current forms of lab practices in critical and speculative design, media design and art. It presents itself as a speculative form of research and education, a hands-on approach to forms of thinking
Goethe Institute Ankara and the Department of Communication and Design kindly invite you to Goethe Institute Ankara for presentation ‘Digital Dementia? Myths about the Effect of Internet Usage’ of Prof. Dr. Markus Appel from University of Würzburg on September 28,
You are cordially invited to a special film screening with the participation of Helen Clark, former New Zealand Prime Minister, and UNDP administrator, together with Gaylene Presten, filmmaker.
My Year with Helen – The Helen Clark Documentary (Dir. Gaylene Presten,
My Suburban Stories (Benim Varoş Hikayem) (Yunus Ozan Korkut, 2017)
November 7th, 2017 Tuesday l 17.40 l FF-B22 (FADA Building)
Commemorating COMD alumni and MA student Hüseyin Helvacıoğlu who passed away recently, Department of Communication and Design invites to a
Noise (Dan and Noit Geva, 2012, 72 mins)
November 8th, 2017 Wednesday l 16.40 l FF-B06 (FADA Building)
Noise is a politically subversive tragic-comedy a salutation to the social engagé of the Griersonian tradition. The film creatively dramatizes the story