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Providing an opportunity for 23 young talents from Hungary’s poorest regions to pursue creative studies, the Tomorrow belongs to you – For the creative talents of the future programme launched on 9 February with a host of community and professional activities, and a tour of Budapest.

The Course Week is one of MOME’s most exciting platforms for collective learning, with workshop activities spanning programmes and years for a whole week. It allows Master’s and Bachelor’s students to work together and have opportunities for interdisciplinary, in-depth study and professional dialogue. The most recent instalment of the programme in the autumn semester covered a number of current topics with a relevance not just to design.

You can get a fresh perspective on the challenges of our shared future through the concepts of young designers at the exhibition featuring works by this year’s Stefan Lengyel Scholarship of Excellence recipients of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME).

Organised for the 25th year in a row, Designblok is one of the greatest design fairs in Central Europe. This year, MOME Design Institute also had a booth with works by Ceramics and Product Design students.

At the Best of MOME ‘23, this year’s top MA diploma projects from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design made their debut on 14 October at the Kastner Kommunity. The event highlighted the questions and issues that occupy the minds of the youngest generation of designers and the various design responses to them.

This year’s Fashion Show, debuting the latest generation of fashion and textile designers of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) concluded with resounding success, drawing a full house twice in a row. In keeping with its traditions of and in sync with international fashion week calendars, MOME organised its unusual fashion event and exhibition in the first week of November, once again attracting a great deal of interest. The creations of the young designers this year were inspired by the circularity of life and materials, with a focus on recycled and biodegradable materials.

The Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design is adding to the comprehensive offering of the Budapest Design Week celebrating its 20th anniversary on 5 to 15 October. Put on by MOME as part of the Hungarian creative industry festival, the events will present not only the career paths of the past two decades, but also the works of the University’s design students and overall design activities.

Organised for the 25th year, on 4 to 8 October, Designblok will also include a booth by the MOME Design Institute with Designer Maker and Product Design MA students. This year’s theme is “Journey”.

The works created by the latest generation of product design students of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), presented at the S/ALON BUDAPEST home trend fair on 22 to 24 September at the Budapest Arena all share a focus on the passion for the traditions of handcrafting, sustainability, innovation, and emotional connection. Uniquely in Hungary, the fair showcases the latest home decor trends, furniture, lighting solutions, flooring and wall coverings, home textiles, and accessories in extraordinary interiors, and is centered around the relationship of design and nature.

What characterises the latest works, design approach, and interests of the new designer generation? We asked head of the MOME Fashion and Textile Design MA programme and founder of KELE Clothing Ildikó Kele, as well as our teacher and designer of the TOMCSANYI clothing brand Dóra Tomcsányi about the upcoming MOME Fashion Show.

Sustainability plays an undeniably crucial role in design. That is why our Design Institute chose it as one of the four main themes of the 2023 diploma works, next to ‘Craft’, ‘Social’ and ‘Emotional’. The following four diploma works explored sustainable concepts in real-life situations.

Can a cinema corridor become an attraction in its own right and selfie point? Is painting the walls the surest way to bring a positive change to a rundown waiting room? Design thinking may also bring new solutions to business problems.
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