logo

Video encyclopedia

De'VIA

3:17

Isabela Souza, Elenco de BIA - Así yo soy (From "BIA"/Official Video)

3:20

QUIERO LLEGAR HERMANOS DE VIA

2:35

American De'VIA Artist: Chuck Baird and his Journey (2010)

2:34

Fabrizio De Andrè - Via del Campo

2:38

Matheus & Kauan - O Nosso Santo Bateu – Na Praia Ao Vivo

Deaf View/Image Art, abbreviated as De’VIA, is a genre of visual art that intentionally represents the Deaf experience and Deaf culture. Although De’VIA works have been created throughout history, the term was first defined and recognized as an art genre in 1989. In 1989, a group of nine Deaf artists gathered at Gallaudet University shortly before the Deaf Way arts festival was being held there. Led by Betty G. Miller, known as the Mother of De'VIA, and Paul Johnston, these artists created a manifesto detailing what De’VIA is and what it includes. Since its official designation as a genre, De'VIA has helped to introduce the Deaf experience to the artistic world and give a new platform to the Deaf community.
    Explore contextually related video stories in a new eye-catching way. Try Combster now!
    • De'VIA Manifesto Signatories 

    • De'VIA Categories 

    • Notable De'VIA works