The International Visual Culture Review raises questions about information, meanings and grades of affectivity between sender and spectator of visual images. This inter and transdisciplinary journal gathers the perspectives of researchers, theorists, professionals and professors from different fields, such as: architecture, art, cognitive science, education, telecommunications, information technology, cultural studies, design, education, film studies, history, linguistics, management, marketing, media, museography, philosophy, semiotics, psychology, religious studies, among others.
The Journal publishes articles written in rigorous academic format, texts of both theoretical and practical orientation, with a prescriptive and descriptive approach, including narratives and the effects of evaluative practices.
Articles that present the status about study of visual culture, as well as texts with methodological proposals, are especially welcome.
Experts review The International Visual Culture Review, using a publication process based on academic quality criteria. This ensures the publication of only intellectually significant works. The review system uses external evaluators.