Shaping Perspectives: Aida Redžepagić's Insightful Lecture on Photography and Social Change

VACD Lecture

On Wednesday, December 27, 2023, as part of the Introduction to Visual Communication (VA102) course, Assistant Professor Emir Hambo hosted the esteemed Bosnian photographer, Mrs. Aida Redžepagić.

As part of the VA102 course, which explores various facets of visual communication, the guest lecture provided students with a unique opportunity to delve into the world of photography through the lens of a professional. Mrs. Aida Redžpagić, widely recognized for her impactful work, engaged the audience with an exploration of her remarkable journey in the field of photography within the dynamic context of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The focal point of the lecture was Aida's latest project, an exploration of the theme of domestic violence. Through a series of compelling visual narratives, she skilfully brought attention to the often overlooked and silenced issue, prompting a thought-provoking discussion among the students.

Mrs. Aida Redzepagic shared anecdotes from her own experiences, offering a glimpse into the challenges and rewards of pursuing a career in photography in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The event left a great impact on the students, inspiring them to think critically about the potential of visual communication as a catalyst for social change. The Visual Arts and Visual Communications Design (VACD) study program continues to foster an environment where students can interact with industry experts, providing them with valuable perspectives that extend beyond the classroom.

The successful guest lecture by Mrs. Aida Redzepagic serves as a testament to the university's commitment to enriching the academic experience and empowering students to explore the diverse and transformative possibilities within the realm of visual communication.