Joao Kulcsar, M.A.

Education · Senac, Brazil — Head of Department

Research Areas

  • Media and Information Literacy
  • Organizational Communication

Ongoing Projects

Highlighted publications

Acessibility , photography done by visually impaired people


João Kulcsár has a master's degree in arts from the University of Kent, England, 1996/7, as a fellow at The British Council. He was a visiting professor at Harvard University 2002/3, as a Fulbright Commission fellow. Professor and photography coordinator at Senac University since 1990.
In the area of ​​teacher training, he was the coordinator / creator of the project for the use of photography in the classroom by Itaú Cultural and the Secretary of Education of the State of SP in 2004.
He coordinates the visual literacy project, which develops photography and education activities in Brazil at the Gol de Letra Foundation, Meninos do Morumbi, Febem and, abroad, at Alta Scuola Pedagogica di Locarno (Switzerland), at the Portuguese Photography Institute (Portugal) , at HABLA (Mexico), at Harvard University - Graduate School of Education (USA).
He has worked with projects and consultancy on accessibility, photography and visually impaired people since 2008. Among the locations served are: Football Museum, SESI-SP Gallery, SESC-SP, Senac-SP, STF (Supreme Court in Brasília) and Memorial Inclusion. Develops photography and perception workshops in several cities in Brazil and abroad (Portugal, UK, USA, Switzerland, and Mexico). Exhibition - REVER, photographs taken visually imparied people at the Pinacoteca de SP.