BME Launches Art Residency Program 2023/2024
The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) has launched its Art Residency Program of 2023/2024, in which an artist or a writer from the Europen Union is welcome for a one-month residency in the spring of 2024.
Each year, the Art Residency Program at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) hosts two Hungarian artists for 10 months, one art student from the Budapest Metropolitan University for three months, and an artist from the European Union for one month.
Artists from any discipline (writers, musicians, visual artists, filmmakers, dancers, etc.) are invited to cooperate with one of the university’s departments, laboratories, or research projects and reflect on the process by their means, BME tells the Budapest Business Journal.
Similarly to many Art & Science residencies worldwide, BME’s program encourages artists to examine the intellectual, social, and ethical aspects of scientific and technological research, thus inspiring a broader discussion of them.
The call is open to artists from the European Union (applicants must be a citizen of one of the EU member states), and the program is held in English.
Artists can consult researchers during their residency, have access to laboratories, and meet other resident artists at BME as well as other Hungarian and foreign artists based in or visiting Budapest.
Resident artists should present their work and reflect on the period spent at BME at the end of their stay in a form corresponding to the kind of work they do. The deadline for application is July 31.
More information about BME's Art Residency Program is available here.
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