Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME) further expands its international education portfolio following the successful launch of its first two English MA programmes. Students looking to continue their education in the creative industries will now have the opportunity to study Animation and Design in English language from September 2023, in addition to Photography and Interaction Design, building a valuable network and gaining future-shaping, competitive knowledge while still at university.
This year’s Paris Photo, the largest international photography fair took place between 10 and 13 November in Paris. Whether at the fair itself or at the accompanying events, the works of our students, teachers and alumni were featured throughout.
Graduate students of our university's BA Photography programme are featured in the OFF Bratislava Biennale in Bratislava
Titled ‘Elsewhere’ this year, the now thirteen years old OFF Bratislava Biennale is about the force that drives people to move, migrate or just aimlessly wander around and their concepts of home and foreign land.
Anna Franciska Legát, former MOME BA and current MA Photography student, made the shortlist for the award of the prestigious international photo fair for her series Hellish Eden.
On 15 June, Hungarian-born Victor Vasarely’s grandson Pierre Vasarely paid a visit to the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. An exhibition for the event featured works created at the op-art courses of recent years with the participation of Object Design (Glass), as well as Photography és Architecture students and teachers.
Domonkos Varga (winner of the the Stefan Lengyel Excelence Scholarship 2022) used to focus almost exclusively on documentary photography, but he soon realised he wanted to find his own voice, along with a style with which he could fully identify.
The 6th season of the spring event series presenting contemporary photography is coming up soon, featuring works already in the first section by creators graduated from our university, as well as MOME students and teachers alongside international star photographers such as Martin Parr. The event taking place between 25 March and 8 May offers a fascinating wealth of programmes, with a great variety of works from experimental genres to documentarist projects.