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.
Open Call ECHO ACADEMIES Comic Artists @Athens, Greece, June 2023
This is the application form for the ECHO Academy that will take place in Athens, Greece, from 12 June to 2 July 2023.
CREAMARE – Open Call for Cultural Institutions
Open Call for Cultural Institutions to support the co-production of a serious game about underwater cultural heritage.
MANIFEST – Artists’ Selection // Press Release
12 artworks re-imagining the European heritage of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people to be produced by 22 international artists within the
MANIFEST Artistic Journey art residency.
Entries for the MANIFEST open call are now closed, results coming soon!
Thank you to all artists who applied to MANIFEST’s Call for Artists! Your applications have been very well received.
Reshaping Experience and Storytelling in Museums is the closing conference of the MUSEar project
Our conference takes a broader look at digital developments and communication challenges in museums, and aims to bring good examples from the recent years.
Iron Curtain in My Backyard – MUSEar launch at the Iron Curtain Museum
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.
Vučedol Megagame – interactive board game at Európa Pont
The Vučedol Megagame is a team game where you can try out how early Bronze Age communities lived. Teams are tasked with building and developing a settlement in the Bronze Age Vucedol culture, over five generations and five rounds.
MUSE.ar from the artists’ point of view – Where are they now?
One of the aims of MUSE.ar project is to bring artists – and thus arts – closer to museums. That is the reason why we work with 3 artist groups on new narratives for museums and visitors, using a digital collection.
Art Residency – Sofia
During the Sofia Art Residency of the ECHO II project (May 2021), the artists-in-residence worked in special rented ateliers in one of the districts of Sofia. Marcella Papp, a visual artist based in Budapest represented Hungary during the residency.