Veryeri Alaca, I., Thys-Şenocak, L., (2015) “Altered Viewscapes Raising Awareness through Creative Practice in the Urban Cultural Heritage of Istanbul”, International Journal of Education Through Art, Intellect Publications
Veryeri Alaca, I., (2016) “The Flexographic Artists’ Books”, Leonardo, MIT Press, 49:3, pp.270-271. (doi: 10.1162/LEON_a_01241)
Veryeri Alaca, I , Gültekin, A., Artist in Residence Programs and Cultural Connections (Konuk Sanatçı Programları ve Kültürel İletişim), Norgunk Publications, 2012, İstanbul, ISBN 978-975- 8686- 67-4 (edited book)
Veryeri Alaca, I Emerging Artist Residencies in Turkey and Cultural Connections with Europe, 2012. ON-AiR, Reflecting on the Mobility of Artists in Europe, Editors Maria Tuerlings and Yasmine Ostendorf, Published by Trans Artists, Amsterdam (chapter)
Selected Peer-Reviewed Proceedings
Obaid, M., Veryeri Alaca, I. Wozniak, P. W., Lischke, L., Billinghurst, M. (2016) The Future of Books and Reading in Human-Computer Interaction, Workshop, NordCHI, ACM, Gothenborg. Oct. 23-24, 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2971485.2987684
Aktaş, B. M., Yantaç, A. E., Veryeri Alaca, I., (2015) “Holding Together: Exploring Intangible Cultural Heritage Objects via Artistic Research and Diagrammatic Drawings” NORDES 2015 (Nordic Design Research) No 6. International Conference, Design Ecologies: Challenging anthropocentrism in the design of sustainable futures, 7-10 June, Stockholm, Sweden. ISSN: 1604-9705.
Veryeri Alaca, I., “Experiencing the Bosphorus: The Poetics of Narration and Navigation” 2013 The Hybrid City II: Subtle Revolutions, University of Athens, Greece, Issue: 2, pp. 267-271, University of Athens, Greece, Klidarithmos Publications (2013)
Kültür, C., Veryeri Alaca, I., “Fine Arts Perspective in User Interface Design”, ACM Sigcse Bulletin , Vol. 41, No. 3, p. 386, ITİCSE 2009, 14th ACM-SIGCSE, Joint Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (2009)
Co-signer and Workshop Coordinator, Culture Program (2007-2013) Cooperation Projects (Strand 1.2.1) ON-AIR : European tool for artists, mobility workshops and training programs on artist-in-residence (AIR) opportunities coordnated by Trans Artists, Amsterdam, Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, EU Project Start and End Date: May 01, 2010-April 30, 2012
Collaborator, Urban Cultural Heritage and Creative Practice Project, funded by the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage, Brown University, 2012
Selected Conference Lectures
Veryeri Alaca, I., September 9-12, 2013, “Artistic Commentary and Research on The Carpet, The Hybrid Aesthetic Object, the Playground, Cultural Heritage and Emotional Design in the Turkish Home” , ECER 2013 Istanbul – The European Conference on Educational Research: Creativity and Innovation in Educational Research, Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul
Veryeri Alaca, I., June 26-30, 2013, “Loss of Scent Centered Performativity in İstanbul and Shift in Domestic Space Interactions”, Psi: Now Then: Performance and Temporality, Stanford University, USA.
Veryeri Alaca, I., April 3-6, 2013, “Art and Innovation as a Habit”, PostHaus: Fate ( Foundations in Art: Theory and Education) 2013 Biennial Conference, Georgia, USA.
Veryeri Alaca, I., February 14-17, 2007, College Art Association 95th Annual Conference, New York Western Art Studies in a Middle Eastern Context-session chair, Judy Bullington “Western Art Studies in Turkey, Art on a Pale Blue Dot”
Veryeri Alaca, I., September 20-24, 2006, Mid- America Print Conference, Ohio Forging Connections: 2006 MAPC, University in Athens, Ohio “Building Bonds: Welding Cultural Identity into Printmaking” & (panel chair)
Exhibitions and Collections
Veryeri Alaca had solo shows at Joel & Lila Harnett Museum of Art and Gallery Nev. She took part in group shows at Butler Institute of American Art, Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art, Springfield Art Museum
Her artworks are in public collections such as Museum of Painting and Sculpture (TR), Southern Graphics Council, Butler Institute of American Art, Zimmerli Museum (USA)