Reportage Illustration as Visual Journalism in Two World Cups (2018) [multi-component output with contextualising information]

Vyner, T (2018) Reportage Illustration as Visual Journalism in Two World Cups (2018) [multi-component output with contextualising information]. (Forthcoming)

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Creators: Vyner, T
Abstract: Reportage Illustration as Visual Journalism in Two World Cups brings together two projects that explore the potential of drawing to visually capture and communicate a unique testimony of global sporting events to open up new ways of audience engagement. Street Child World Cup: Over 10 days in May 2018, Tim Vyner documented the journey of 2018 Street Child World Cup, including the opening ceremony, the games, Embassy and Red Square visits, and other cultural events. A collaborative undertaking in which a team of volunteers worked with commercial printers in Moscow produced a series of archival large format prints of Vyner's illustration work for display at an Exhibition at the Amber Plaza, part of the General Assembly (May 2018), alongside photography and artwork produced by the participants. The FIFA World Cup: Vyner spent 35 days traveling Russia to following the developing stories of the FIFA World Cup, reporting directly to the Sports Editor at The Telegraph each day. Cities included Kaliningrad, Moscow, St Petersburg, Samara, Volgograd, and Nizhny-Novgorod, among others. This undertaking was the result of Vyner's own proposal to The Telegraph to explore how reportage illustration alongside a written diary ‘from the field’ would add value, inform and potentially grow new readers when published in the sports pages alongside their ubiquitous World Cup coverage. This Collection comprises a multi-component output with contextualising information. Contents list 1. 300 word statement 2. Research Timeline & Research Questions 3. FIFA World Cup - Selected images of illustration works appearing in The Telegraph 4. FIFA World Cup - Exhibition - Road To Russia National Football Museum (2018) 5. FIFA World Cup - Holburne Museum 'Holburne Up Late' event video (2018) & Bath Digital Festival talk (2020) 6. FIFA World Cup - Methods & Processes 7. Street Child World Cup - Exhibition & Featured Illustration Works (2018) 8. Street Child World Cup - Methods & Processes
Official URL: http://doi.org/10.17870/bathspa.c.5296570
Date: 2018
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This Collection is a collation of research disseminated in 2018, included in the REF2021 submission.

Divisions: Bath School of Design
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