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Innovations from Baden-Württemberg that is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year will be presented in an animation film by the Liszt Institute – Hungarian Cultural Centre Stuttgart in collaboration with Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME). The film was created at the initiative of the Institute by the Piros Animation team of MOME alumni, with sponsorship from the Ministry for Innovation and Technology.

The anniversary event of the animation training of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design featured talks by major international artists open to the professional community and the public. Students were given an opportunity to get a glimpse into the animation film making practice of other European artists and present their own works as part of a portfolio review.

Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) further expands its international education portfolio following the successful launch of its first two English MA programmes. Students looking to continue their education in the creative industries will now have the opportunity to study Animation and Design in English language from September 2023, in addition to Photography and Interaction Design, building a valuable network and gaining future-shaping, competitive knowledge while still at university.

An exhibition with the above title was available for viewing until late January at MOME and the Korean Cultural Centre in Budapest. The aim of the exhibition, co-organised with the National Hangul Museum in Seoul to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the cultural institution, is to convey the beauty of hangul – the Korean script – simply and intuitively.

The MOME Anim programme of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design is celebrating its 42th anniversary with a 2-day public event, including professional activities, screenings and the legendary Grafix fair.

Our alumna Nikolett Fábián, who graduated from MOME Anim, received a CineNeWay award for her diploma filmSettling Mist at the 18th CineFest.

The world’s top animation film event, the Annecy International Animated Film Festival took place between 13 and 18 June, where Balázs Turai took home the best animated short film award for his short Amok, also earning him an Academy Awards nomination.

101 Hungarian Folktales showcases the creative oeuvre of Ferenc Mikulás, a prominent figure of Hungarian animation. The co-director of the film Zsuzsanna Vincze is one of MOME’s film associates.

The animation education of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design has been reviewed by Cartoon Brew, an essential professional magazine presenting the world’s leading animation schools.

The joint event of Friss Hús (Fresh Meat) and MOME features a large variety of films and professional activities.
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