For the first time in 2019 as a crossborder cooperation of the International Visegrad Fund we organised an Art&skills Workshop week in Ipolytarnóc, with the participation of honoured slovakian and hungarian artists, architects and art universities.

Our partners were: Visual Art Institute, Eger,  MOME – Faculty of ANIMATIONWOVEN, LYRA Project, István Erőss and the students of VAI, Csongor G. Szigeti.

Three nature art installations were realized during the week by the invited architects and the locals of Iolytarnóc. Artists: Erőss István and the students of the Visual Art Institute, Eger, (artwork: KUBUS), Slovakian architect crew: Woven, Anna Cséfalvay, Marianna Maczova, (artwork: STARES) and the Lyra Project: Szabó R. Péter, Táncos Anna, Zétényi Zsófia,(artwork: GATE) Thank You so much!
Photo: Szigeti Csongor, Keszi Róbert, Phylia Studio

On the Be a spark – Art&skills workshop week the graphic design students of the Visual Art Institute, Eger, led by media artist Szigeti G. Csongor worked their magic and created amazing artworks on the walls of Ipolytarnóc together with the locals of the village.

Artworks:
“VAN LIFE” – designed by Bodnár Dorottya & Sztojka Melissza.
BIZE BÖZSI (Galó Erzsébet) – designed by Dalmadi Sándor.
MORE – designed by Bodnár Áron.
100SPARKS sunthief – designed by Csiby-Gindele Botond.
Artworks were executed by Bodnár Áron, Bodnár Dorottya, Dalmadi Sándor, Döme Melinda, Katona Ádám, Nagy Zsófia, Majorosi Zsófia, Sztojka Melissza, Técsi Boglárka, Tomecz Dániel, students of the Visual Art Institute, Eger
Thank You so much!

For the first time in 2019 as a crossborder cooperation of the International Visegrad Fund we organised an Art&skills Workshop week in Ipolytarnóc, with the participation of honoured slovakian and hungarian artists, architects and art universities. Our partners were: Visual Art Institute, Eger,  MOME – Faculty of ANIMATIONWOVEN, LYRA Project, István Erőss and the students of VAI, Csongor G. Szigeti. At the artcamp large scale nature art installations and mural paintings were made at different locations of Ipolytarnóc.