Publikáció: 2019. October 6. Sunday
Roland Molnár graduated MA graphic design student, Ádám Matyikánics former BA student and Krisztián Gajdár's team won the I. prize,
and BA graphic design students Réka Pisla, Fanni Tassy and Erik Pál was the III. prize at the Beer Design Challenge # 2 by DekoRatio Branding & Design Studio during the 16th Design Week event series.
The event: https://www.facebook.com/events/688451458325970/
There were 7 teams of students and former students of the Institute of Visual Arts.
Our participating students:
A documentary exhibition of the works of the art camp by Eszterházy Károly University - Institute of Visual Arts - Department of Media and Design in Gyöngyös.
The Round Table discussion has taken place
Congratulations to our teacher Balázs Szemmelroth!
Az ünnepélyes díjátadóra a 15. Design Hét rendezvénysorozat keretein belül kerül sor október 12-én a Bálna Budapestben található Hygge rendezvényhelyszínen.
Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta XXXIII, Postgraduate Program
Before introducing ephemeral sculpture as a form of artistic expression it is inevitable to describe the process that lead to the legitimatisation of temporal materials by the millennium and a widespread usage of them in contemporary fine arts at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Artists survived those hard times of dictatorship by following the most different strategies. The desire to escape from the suffocating political atmosphere almost predestined those attracted to nature to voluntary exile from towns. Having graduated from different art centres and universities, several artists fled back to their birth-place, in some cases to tiny villages.