eARTh is an international 24-month art program funded by Creative Europe program. The strategic partnership involves 3 partners from Greece, Hungary and Italy – GM Studio, Pro Progressione and Casa Della Citta Leopolda – experienced in working with young people and innovative interdisciplinary media productions aimed to sensitise the public in climate change and bolster the European media heritage for experience gaining and creative engagement.
In 2019 an international collaboration called Muse.ar was launched with the aim of linking cultural heritage sites with artists and technology developers from different countries. Three experimental collaborations took place at three European heritage sites, including the Iron Curtain Museum in Felsőcsatár on the Austrian-Hungarian border.
Our colleague Juli Mihályfy recently joined us to take over the leadership of the PP Sound pillar. Juli was recently at WOMEX, where she not only met the partners involved in the MOST project, but also surprised us with report illustrated by many photos:
MANIFEST is looking for artists that are motivated to contribute with new artistic perspectives to re-imagine Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people.
MANIFEST is an artistic and educational initiative that will support the creation of 12 artworks. The artworks should seek to enhance the re-imagination of Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people. The artworks will be developed through an Artistic Journey with the help and facilitation of artistic supervisors, academic researchers, and production partners.
Along the Artistic Journey, artists will work in residencies and be encouraged to work with new technologies. The final artworks will be produced in digital formats in either Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), video or audio – sound formats, and spoken art.
Panodyssey kicks off its European tour, putting creativity at the heart of culture. The first stages of the tour will see Panodyssey meet up with creators and artists in Madrid, Budapest and Venice.
Panodyssey is the only social media platform dedicated to writing that helps authors share their creations with as many people as possible in a secure and ethical way. But how the Panodyssey story began? We asked Alexandre Leforestier, CEO of the platform:
As part of our Perfare project we are looking for Hungary-based artists or companies creating in the field of performance art, who are motivated and prepared to work with social welfare organizations.