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.
First Europe Project’s aim is to bring prehistoric society closer to contemporary audiences by placing the unique European archaeological heritage of Lepenski Vir, Serbia in a new context. We will explore three themes with new interpretations, focusing on social relations, issues and processes that are still evolving today.
We are looking for two vocal artists or singers who are experienced with improvisation, and who are engaged in the topics of nature, tradition, history of humanity and cultural heritage.
This open call is searching for an artist/ company/collective from the performing arts field resident in Hungary, who will work in Tandem with Pro Progressione (Budapest, Hungary) and Occitanie en Scène / Le Parvis scène nationale Tarbes Pyrénées (Tarbes, France) in the production of a new creation under the topic “Right to the Future”.
As a part of ECHO Academies Project, a Creative Europe project coordinated by InterAlia, ECHO Academy in Budapest is looking for photographers and architects who are motivated to contribute with new artistic perspectives on the topic of Urban Industrial Heritage. The project aims to nurture talents, build capacities, create networks, allow synergies and expand the visibility of artistic works on a cross-national and international level.