MOME alumna and researcher among this year’s HAA scholarship recipients

Date: 2022.07.14
Textile designer and postdoctoral researcher of the MOME Innovation Center Judit Eszter Kárpáti DLA has also been included among the recipients of the 3-year Arts Scholarship Programme of the Hungarian Academy of Arts (HAA).

This year, 100 winners from over 10 times more applicants have been selected for the Arts Scholarship Programme for 2022-2025 of the Hungarian Academy of Arts. The entries were reviewed by a panel of 10, invited by chairman of the HAA György Vashegyi, in collaboration with external experts. 
The winners of the scholarship programme also include alumna of our university’s Textile Design department and Doctoral School and co-founder of EJTECH Studio Judit Eszter Kárpáti, who is currently working as an external lecturer and a researcher of the Creative Technology Hub of the Innovation Center at MOME. 
Through her artistic research she explores the relationship of man and technology, and the interoperability between various fields such as textile art, new media, information technology, material sciences, interaction and sound design and digital technologies. 
Judit Eszter Kárpáti told Kultú about her experimentalist approach: Pénteki kultúrrandi Kárpáti Judit Eszter art-tech textilművésszel – kultú ( 
The full list of the scholarship recipients is available on the HAA website at Ösztöndíjasok 2022 ( 

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