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FROM THE ATMOSPHERE TO THE IMAGE NEIGHBORHOOD OF MIRAGAIA by Ana Jordão, Bárbara Oliveira, Ivo Roberto, João Figueiras, Ana Costa

IS THE NEIGHBORHOOD MINE? How the generations in the Bairro do Cerco de Porto shaped the way of living of its population. by Jess Guita , Maria Sabino, Natalia Juan Diaz, Stéphanie Dijck

(Re) Qualifying the Existant by Adriana Pinto, Inês Matos, Maria João Faria, Rafael Rodrigues

Bairro do Bonfim: Before, Now and After by Amanda Cavalcante, Ismael Moura e Sousa, Laura Barros

From contrast to community life Intervention in Bairro Guerra Junqueiro by Ana Catarina Pinhal, Beatriz Costa, Daniela Santos, Jessica Guita, Maria Antónia Sabino, Stéphanie Dijck

ANTITHETIC UTOPIA: A Reinterpretation of the Bairro do Lordelo by Ana Margarida Antunes, Hugo Oliveira, João Santos, Miguel Carvalho

IMPROVEMENT Evolution of the SACHE project by Carolina Brás, Catarina Teixeira, João Santos, Rute Mendes, Tomás Beauchamp

TRANSFORMATION AND STAY MIRAGAIA NEIGHBORHOOD by Ana Costa, Ana Jordão, Bárbara Oliveira, Ivo Roberto, João Figueiras

Social Consideration: Requalification of Ramalde`s Neighborhood by Ana Margarida Calheiros, Diogo Cunha, Gonçalo Carqueja Coelho, João Ling, Nicole Amorim

The Influence of the Common Space: Bairro Sidónio Pais by Ana Letycia Araújo, Josceline Adbulla, Luísa Bascelar, Nelson Laureano, Regina Oliveira, Vitor Magalhães, Ana Letycia Araújo , Josceline Abdulla

São Roque da Lameira by Eva Sendas da Torre, Filipa Carvalho, Joana Viegas Santos

Visual Spaces of Change Teaching Gallery is used by diverse courses where photography is present significantly and the potential of image is utilized for broadening horizons both for academic teaching, learning and research, making citizens in general and the academic community more conscious of of architecture and public space, as well as being conducive to the construction of new spaces of political discussion and social intervention.

It is expected that further upgrading of the VSC e-learning platform will potentiate interaction, feedback, and networking among diverse participants in a pedagogical process designed to structure, represent and expose individual and/or collective interpretations of their social reality, stimulating the capacity of students to understand, critically think and act over its transformation using photography as their main instrument of inquiry, formal expression and communication.

The VSC project aims to offer considerable innovations in improving student’s capabilities on the use of photography as a significant research and communication tool, as well as to allow different public to gain a new enriched perception and understanding of architecture and public space, inducing self-reflective positioning in diverse publics.