Erato summer camp in Grožnjan21.05.-31.05.2022.
The Liberal Studies Summer School in Groznjan offers students a unique opportunity to work with an international and interdisciplinary team of instructors and students.
Imagining the City (LIBS elective course)
The Liberal Studies Summer School in Groznjan offers students a unique opportunity to work with an international and interdisciplinary team of instructors and students. In a series of lectures, workshops and filming sessions, students from Canada and Europe will explore topics related to architecture, film, rhetoric, and the ethics of civil society. After completing the course, BCIT students will receive three credits (the equivalent of a 15-week BCIT liberal studies course). Students will also work in groups on a film project with well-known Croatian filmmakers and experts. The charming medieval town of Groznjan will be the filming location for the participants film projects. On the last day of the program, student films will be screened in the town square for a broader audience.
Sanja Rocco, MSc
Sanja Rocco, MSc, is a visual communication designer, art director and lecturer. She teaches at Zagreb School of Business and is Head of Department for Cultural Management and Production Studies. She also teaches several courses at the Marketing department: Promotion, Product Development and Design, Creative Design Thinking, Design and Innovation Management and Branding. She also gives lectures of Visual Communication at the Edward Bernays College of Communication Management. Sanja has professional experience as a manager and as an art director/designer, as well as several national and international design awards. She earned her Master degree at the Faculty of Architecture and Master of Science degree at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb and is currently a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Maribor.
Branko Ivanda, professor emeritus
He has been directing feature and TV films, TV dramas, documentaries, theatre plays and writing scripts and essays for over thirty years. A number of his TV films were awarded on eminent international festivals (Best foreign film World Fest Houston, Mar del Plata, London, Los Angeles, New York, FIPRESCI - Berlin, Bergamo; multiple representative of HRT-a on PRIX ITALIA, etc.) He has been teaching at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb since 1980 with a five-year break from 1985 to 1990; at that time he was professor at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Sanja Garic - Komnenic, Ph. D.
is: tenured Professor at British Columbia Institute of Technology, sessional professor at University of the Fraser Valley (Vancouver), translator, play writer, director, producer…
She has over 25 years of professional experience in teaching various academic disciplines:
University level instruction in drama, rhetoric, film, and academic writing
Research in Film, Drama and Literary Semiotics;
TOEFL/IELTIS/TOEIC Preparation courses
Teaching advanced writing skills for academic purposes, including curriculum development and design;
Translating prose and poetry;
Creative writing, play directing and production;
Presenting and publishing papers in film and literary semiotics in Canada, the United States, and Europe.
Lidija Ivanda, MA producer
Lidija Ivanda, MA producer, is general manager of the Production Company for film and theatre Ars septima d.o.o. She produced documentary film Children’s Kingdom, part of which was included in the official curriculum in Croatian secondary schools. Film Lea and Daria has been multiple awarded and included in a dozen university education libraries and museums.
For many years she collaborated with the Croatian National Television on several feature and TV films.
She is a member of Film Artist Association, Association of Drama Artists and Producers Association In Croatia.
The productions of theatre plays were awarded for best leading actor / actress on all major festivals in Croatia and by the Croatian Association of Drama Artists, for achievement in theatre etc.
Katja Dobrić Basaneže, doc.dr.sc
KATJA DOBRIĆ BASANEŽE teaches Legal English and Legal German at the Law Faculty of the University of Rijeka. She holds a Phd in Translation Studies from the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. She has published papers on legal phraseology and legal translation. Her research interests lie in legal phraseology, legal translation and corpus linguistics.