On September 19, 2023 the HoME project presented one of the final phases of its creative metamorphosis at the Bethlen Téri Theatre in Budapest, where viewers got to immerse themselves in a unique interactive multi-sensory experience, taking them on a journey through the results of this exciting three-year project. The project was designed to explore the concept of home through the eyes and voices of 12 young artists (three from each of the four participating countries) representing different artistic genres and disciplines.
Between October 2-6, all the partners of the SPARSE Plus Project and their local promoters travelled by train, plane, bus, and car from all corners of Europe to converge in the charming little village of Ascoli Piceno in Marche, Italy, which set the scene for us to collectively kickoff the exciting 4-year journey that lies ahead of us! Coming all the way from Sweden, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, Hungary, and other parts of Italy, we got the chance finally meet each other in the physical world and build bonds that will come to form the cornerstone of this remarkable project!
‘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.
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:
MOST MUSIC programme’s Urban Policy pillar is an incubator for projects connecting the music sector and cities. The programme helps develop and implement initiatives that draw the ties between the creative sector and the region’s urban environments closer. The first round of the Urban Policy pillar seek to facilitate collaboration between local institutions and people with great ideas.
We are 10 years old! And we want to celebrate this special occasion not only with our blog, which started in January, but also with an exhibition (virtual, according to the current situation) and four related talks.