Storytelling through data visualisation – Data storytelling is the focus of MOME OPEN’s summer university
Enhances efficiency, results in better decision-making processes and outcomes, and propels businesses forward in a number of areas – these are just a few pros of gaining a deeper understanding of data visualisation at MOME OPEN’s Summer University course.
Design permeates every corner of the world, incorporates the sometimes opposite values of functionality and aesthetics, and is centered around the living human body – the soma. The recently published Somaesthetics and Design Culture, co-edited by DLA programme lead of the MOME Doctoral School Bálint Veres and world-renowned aesthete-philosopher Richard Shusterman (Florida Atlantic University) explores these issues in a greater depth.
Using design awareness to promote growth I The latest edition of MOME’s CEE design maturity research has just been released
What is the level of design maturity among businesses in the Central Eastern European region – in other words, how extensively do they harness design to increase growth and business performance?
In June, two Hungarian film festivals will feature several former and graduating MOME students: Fresh Meat Budapest International Short Film Festival, followed by the Kecskemét Animation Film Festival.
Flóra Anna Buda won the Palme d'Or for the best short film at the 76th Cannes Film Festival with her French-Hungarian co-production 27, which will be shown to Hungarian audiences at the Fresh Meat Festival starting on 1 June. The director’s name is not unfamiliar in the international festival circuit.
Thinking as a designer, also when it comes to services – MOME’s Service Design course is about to launch
MOME is the first university to launch a Service Design specialised training in Hungary. We discussed the course launching in September 2023, the significance of service design, and MOME’s unique position as the ideal place to train service designers with leaders of the course Fanni Csernátony and Máté Barna.
Over fifty educators from Hungary and the other side of the border received a Bonis Bona – For Talents of the Nation award, including university professor and MOME teacher dr. Petra Aczél, who was granted a lifetime achievement award. The award was founded ten years ago to recognise outstanding talent support work, based on nominations by the community.
One of the most important events in the life of nearly 250 students will take place shortly. The diploma defences will be held between 5 and 21 June, and like in previous years, many of them will be open to the public. The Diploma Exhibition of masterworks will be on display on 17 and 18 June at several locations across the Campus. Once again, MOME’s graduation ceremony will feature world-renowned creative professionals and artists whose career and oeuvre can serve as a model for students.
What will the future bring in education, healthcare, or transportation? What will life be like in 2043? These are the questions that participants of the Jump into the future! creative competition can once again reflect on together with MOME teachers. With help from the university’s teachers, they can develop their designs as part of a several-week-long intensive mentoring process.
School teaching practice has always been an important focus of MOME’s teacher training, as real-life school setting is the best preparation environment for those looking to become a teacher. Each year, MOME’s Design and Visual Arts Teacher programme, which produces 10 graduates, is in great demand, and belongs to teacher training, one of the most popular areas of training.
Over a period of five years from the 2020/2021 academic year, the owner of Deák Erika Gallery provides a professional grant of HUF 500,000 to a different Design Theory MA or Art and Design Management MA student of our university each year. The grant is open for applications until 4 June 2023.
Delegates from MOME made a five-day trip to Korea to expand their international partnerships and further the exchange of experience between institutions. The visit also offered a great opportunity to strengthen existing collaborations and develop new ones.