News & events
Various social problems that need to be addressed have come to play an increasingly prominent role in everyday life, begging the question how to go about solving them.
On Wednesday, March 22, from 17:00 to 19:00, Annabella Hevesi will talk about the adventures and challenges an emerging designer can face during product development - at home, as a woman. Since 2018, Annabella has been the lead designer of the Line and Round studio, and they worked with clients such as the Opera House, Sopron Basket and the Four Seasons Hotel.
Two of our graduate students from last year, Szabolcs Fülöp (Graphic Design MA) and Erzsébet Jiang (Fashion and Textile Design MA), are among this year's GRADUATION PROJECTS winners. The review, whose history stretches back to 2002, focuses on work by design students in higher education in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. It has already acknowledged numerous Hungarian students, many of whom are MOME graduates.
The MOME Doctoral School kindly invites you to Ágnes Karolina Bakk's dissertation defense.
Starting from this semester, students can also take an accredited Permaculture Design Course (PDC). The full-house public launch event took place on 4 March in the MOME Auditorium, introducing permaculture as a design system and approach that simulates ecological processes in nature and draws on the synergies between landscape, man and natural resources.
What do we need to make things work? A lot has changed over the past few decades. Some things have improved considerably, while some, we feel, have gone off the rails. What is the best strategy to deal with the latter: should suffer, fix, replace or recreate them? Professor of complex systems at the University of Michigen and co-author of the book Repair about to be published shortly, Dr. Péter Érdi will be giving a lecture on 21 March in Budapest, this time on the MOME Campus.
“I am moving forward with all that I started back then: connecting and empowering national and international creative industry, academic and business players to help boost the global embeddedness and visibility of Hungarian design”, said Réka Matheidesz, MOME’s new CEO appointed as of 1 March 2023.
What do we need to make things work? A lot has changed over the past few decades. Some things have improved considerably, while some, we feel, have gone off the rails. What is the best strategy to deal with the latter: should suffer, fix, replace or recreate them? What changes have the concept of resilience undergone since it was coined 50 years ago?
A plethora of ideas is offered by the Digital Didactics in Art Education (DIDAE, ) platform targeted at art and visual culture teachers working in secondary and higher education. The website, recently completed with the participation of five universities as a result of two years of research, is available in four languages, in Dutch, English, German and Hungarian.
Béla Balázs Award, Hungarian Heritage Award and Prima Primissima Award-winning artist, head of the Animation Film Studio in Kecskemét, and director of the Kecskemét Animation Film Festival (KAFF) Ferenc Mikulás is visiting Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design to hold a master course on Wednesday, 8 March, from 5:00 p.m.
The presentation day for the New National Excellence Programme competition will take place on Thursday, 2 March at the Auditorium.
The list of nominees for the Highlights of Hungary includes real gems this year too, such as the ‘Relief’ stove tiles designed by our alumnus Ferenc Laufer which won the Hungarian Design Award.