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.
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.
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.
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.
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.