New Professors Talk – Mario Minichiello
UoN is proud to present its new professors through a dynamic public lecture series, 'New Professors Talk'.
New Professors Talk not only introduces you to the new people in our university community, but also aims to share the knowledge and expertise of these leading commentators and thinkers.
On Wednesday, 30 October, Professor Mario Minichiello will present Explaining the world visually: what do we mean by visual language?
Professor Mario Minichiello says visual communication has the power to influence our behaviour, for good and for bad.
Mario Minichiello is Professor of Design in the School of Design, Communication and IT at the University of Newcastle. He is internationally recognised for his politically provocative and intellectually disruptive work in visual communication design.
Professor Minichiello is also Director of the University's Hunter Creative Industries and Technology Centre. He joined the University of Newcastle after a long career as a practitioner, researcher, educator and academic advisor in the UK, the USA and Australia, working with Birmingham City University, Loughborough University, the BBC, The Guardian and British broadsheets.
Join us to welcome Professor Mario Minichiello to our community.
This is a free public lecture. Refreshments will be served after the lecture.
WHEN: 6.15pm for 6.30pm start, Wednesday 30 October
WHERE: Newcastle Museum, Honeysuckle
RSVP: email@example.com Monday 28 October