Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta XXXIII, Postgraduate Program
Exhibition by the Media and Design Department of the Visual Arts Institute, EKU, Eger
Exhibition by the students of Media & Design Department / Visual Arts Institute / Eszterházy Károly University
Public art project by graphic design BA students of Media & Design Department / Visual Arts Institute / Eszterházy Károly University / Eger / Hungary
Our students on XXIII. Miskolc Winter Exhibition
The ten-year-old International Artist in Residence of Debrecen launched a two weeks long thematic residency programme for Hungarian and for East-Central European contemporary artists in the summer of 2016 once again.
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.