Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
Our four knowledge centres, Animation, Photography, Media Design and Graphic Design, offer BA, MA, PhD and extracurricular programmes, as well as high standards of education, an open-minded environment, and state-of-the-art technological background.
From the 2023/24 academic year, the programme will only be available in English language. Our Animation MA programme trains animation film directors, VFX directors and animation artists who can develop and produce animation projects independently or as a crew lead, with a special focus on encouraging the development of individual forms of expression.
From the 2022/23 academic year, the programme will only be available in English language. Our Photography MA programme trains open-minded and highly autonomous artists who are able to respond sensitively and progressively to the challenges of the world, supported by state-of-the-art technology and renowned teachers.
Domonkos Erhardt’s animation The Corner of My Eye has been shortlisted for the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival set to open on 16 February. Produced at the Animation department of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design with support from the National Film Institute, it will world premiere in the Generation 14 plus section of the Berlinale, considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious film festivals.
MOME and the József Koszta Museum in Szentes is celebrating the Petőfi Memorial Year with a joint exhibition. Opening on 22 January 2023 at 10:00 a.m., on the Day of Hungarian Culture, the exhibition explores subject of the homeland and national symbols under the title Nation and Association – What does “Hungary Calls You” mean to you?.
From 12 o’clock noon on 20 December, our students once again relocate to MANYI to see off the year with a Christmas fair. This is your chance to do your Christmas shopping. The last MOME Fair of the year is a great opportunity to get unique gifts for your loved ones while supporting the work of young designers. Even if you are not looking to buy anything, and only want to see what MOME students are working on right now, come and have a look around and a chat.
The aim is to train open-minded designers who can respond sensitively to environmental, social and cultural processes and stand for the highest standards of quality. It seeks to enhance the competitiveness of MOME graduate designers both in the national and international arena, helping them carve out a niche in the industry for themselves.
We aim to ensure that students of our institute as well as of the design institutes have an in-depth understanding of art in its social, historical and conceptual context, can play an active role in its creation, and are able to mediate it in both informal and formal (classes, critiques, papers, exhibitions) settings.