MOME Anim in Cartoon Brew

Date: 2022.05.19
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 training programme of MOME Anim, an influential creative workshop of Hungarian animation, is described by its reformer, Rector, animation director, university professor, producer and head of the international training programme of the department József Fülöp. Alumni Réka Bucsi, Flóra Anna Buda, Nadja Andrasev, and Luca Tóth, with several award-winning animation shorts to their credit, give their take on application to the department, their own experiences and community life.

Cartoon Brew’s English language article is available here

The Media Institute will also be featured in the Hungary L!ve contemporary Hungarian art festival held between 23 and 29 May in New York with a selection of the works by current and former students of the Animation department.

Cover photo: Anna Flóra Buda, Enthropy

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