The winners of the Stefan Lengyel Excellence Scholarship has been announced

Date: 2022.07.07
For the third time, the performance-based financial and professional support was awarded to 16 exceptionally talented MOME students. The winners will receive a monthly grant of HUF 150,000 for one semester and gain valuable, hands-on and competitive knowledge with the help of our partners the Market Építő Zrt., Be Light! and the Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency.

For the third time, the performance-based financial and professional support was awarded to 16 exceptionally talented MOME students. The winners will receive a monthly grant of HUF 150,000 for one semester and gain valuable, hands-on and competitive knowledge with the help of our partners the Market Építő Zrt., Be Light! and the Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency. 

The Stefan Lengyel Excellence Scholarship was established by the Foundation for Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2020. In addition to delivering a material reward to outstanding talents, the scholarship awarded now for the third time also places major focus on advancing the competences and practical experience of students and on their professional integration. 

Qualifiers are voted into the first round by students and instructors, and following a pre-screening, the winners are selected by a jury of university leaders, instructors and external specialists. This year too, scholarships were allocated in proportion to the number of students at each institute, with 5 students from the Design Institute, 3 from the Institute for Theoretical Studies, 2 from the Architecture Institute, and 6 from the Media Institute receiving the Stefan Lengyel Excellence Scholarship. 

At the reveal of the winners ceremony, speeches were delivered by the eponym of the programme professor emeritus Stefan Lengyel, President of the Foundation for Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Gergely Böszörményi-Nagy, and Rector József Fülöp. 

In autumn 2022, there will be an extensive exhibition featuring the works of the winners of all three semesters. The entries explore a wide variety of subjects and address issues of the present and the future, in particular ecological sustainability and social problems. 

 

  

THE LIST OF WINNERS

  

DESIGN INSTITUTE

Kinga Csorba I Tailoring and sustainability 

Textile Design I BA2 I Supervisor: Dóra Tomcsányi, Judit Benczik 

  

Nóra Kinga Fazakas I Wearable technology (Gruler) 

Product Design I BA2 I Supervisor: István Keszei 

  

Botond Levente Kiss I Mercedes J-Class 

Product Design I MA1 I Supervisor: András Húnfalvi, Dániel Ruppert 

  

József Kovács I Architectural ceramics – Ceramics with 3D printing 

Ceramic Design I MA1 I Supervisor: Edit Kondor 

  

Nóra Szilágyi I Approved. 

Product Design I BA3 I Supervisor: Fanni Csernátony, István Juhász 

  

  

INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL STUDIES 

Dorottya Annamária Balkó I Volunteering professionally 

Art and Design Management I MA1 I Supervisor: Gábor Ébli PhD 

  

Dániel Sándor-Szendrényi I Creative environments – Communities 

Design Culture I BA1 I Supervisor: Gábor Kapitány 

  

Sára Sipos I Seniors at the market: Outreach-based exhibition project plan 

Art and Design Management I MA1 I Supervisor: Gábor Ébli 

  

  

ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTE   

Liza Formanek I Alternative retirement home 

Architecture I MA1 I Supervisor: Zsófia Csomay, Balázs Marián 

  

Oszkár Szelevényi I Waldorf school expansion 

Architecture I BA3 I Supervisor: Csaba Kovács, Gergely Barcza 

  

  

MEDIA INSTITUTE 

Ádám Gara I Ends of a family history 

Photography I BA2 I Supervisor: Viola Fátyol, Richard User 

  

Mária Hodován I Lover of Terebesi utca 

Media Design I MA1 I Supervisor: József Tasnádi 

  

Lenke Sára Lamm I MOME repository redesign 

Graphic Design I BA2 I Supervisor: István Nagy, Szabolcs Vatány 

  

Rebeka Rideg I Sonnerie 

Graphic Design I MA1 I Supervisor: Mrs. Pintér née Beáta Sosity, Antal Lakner 

  

Bori Takács I Self-positioning 

Media Design I BA1 I Supervisor: Noémi Fábián, Attila Pálfalusi 

  

Cintia Vaspöri I Beyond – Prostheses for play therapy 

Graphic Design I MA1 I Supervisor: Mrs. Pintér née Beáta Sosity, Áron Filkey 

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