“In this together” is the concept of a participatory circus show that at several points relies on the audience in order to happen at all. The basic intent is to extend the internal experiences of the artists to a wider public, to involve them close enough to let them experience the trust, focus and joy that is so intrinsic to our disciplines. This involves sharing some of the risk, in a controlled environment and is a major part of the research we intend to dive further into.
Our MOST project has come to an end with an amazing three-day-long music festival. Dóra Badics from our Sound Pillar went to the city of Veszprém to represent us at the BALKAN:MOST Festival. Now she talks about the event and her unique experience in detail.
An album of photographs is a time machine: every photograph is a story, every story is a window to an elsewhere, to ourselves of the past, to our loved ones, to the places we have lived. Going through an album means to sink into our unconsciousness, in our past lives and glances.
‘Would you tell us what home means to you?’ – Answers to this question were collected by 12 artists from different genres, art disciplines and countries in Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Spain. Three phases of the collective project HoME can now be seen together.
POT-VOT (Poets of Today – Voices of Tomorrow) is a collaborative project of 5 of our partners that brings poetry and contemporary poets closer to young people, teachers and local communities in each partner country. Now we would like to introduce to you our artistic team.
FIRST EUROPE aims to promote and celebrate Europe’s archaeological heritage, with a focus on the captivating site of Lepenski Vir in Serbia. A team of Máté Czakó, Pier Lorenzo Pisano and Ljubomir Nikolic has been working on the artistic concept of the project. Recently, they selected two artists (Alice Norma Lombardi and Patryk Matela) to join the residency. The artistic team and the project partners started working together between July 10 and 22. Mátyás Marofka, the coordinator of the residency, reports on the event.
POT-VOT (Poets of Today – Voices of Tomorrow) is a collaborative project of 5 of our partners that brings poetry and contemporary poets closer to young people, teachers and local communities in each partner country. Now we would like to introduce to you our selected Hungarian poets.
The CREAMARE project will involve marine archaeologists, ocean scientists, and creative industry experts, such as graphic designers, 3D artists, level designers, and sound designers. Together, they will co-produce a Serious Game focused on Underwater Cultural Heritage and Ocean Literacy.
Between May 1 and 6, the LeCAKE consortium (consisting of 8 senior professionals and 16 young ambassadors) met in Italy, more specifically in Rieti and Rocca Sinibalda, to work together on local strategic cultural projects. One of the Hungarian participants, Dezdemóna Kovács, reports on the days spent together.