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MAP Progressing on all Tracks!

Peter Purg / Wed, 10/10/2012 - 18:45

The Media Arts and Practices master programme has started -- today in full-formal, and -frontal interaction, at the University of Nova Gorica, School of Arts in Gorizia, taking off as a bold pilot, into the great wide open of promising productions and intriguing collaborations. We have been together for two weeks now, for a gradual tune-in, on the prodigy wings of our Alvarez-the-Flying-Fortress (to open ceremoniously on Tuesday - come in!), with open windows and doors for all the fresh ADRIAiR influx..

..well, not everyone has made it through the entry examination @MAP -- but we still decided to go for 12 (rather than initially max. 10) students, to make us all richer with diversity, and thirstyer of/for work: half of them are our precious "own" BA graduates, not much more than half of the whole cohort are straight-off Slovenians (whatever that may be), so we are living up to our promise of internationality/-disiplinarity. They flocked together from Croatia, Italy, Serbia and Slovenia, coming from all walks of

Komiža mobility pre-pilot landed

Peter Purg / Fri, 07/20/2012 - 11:52

Just landed safely, back from splendid isola-tion: last week's successful "pre-piloting" of our "Studio" module ambition on the beautiful island of Vis in Croatia went well. Next year Komiža is to become a "specific site" the the Media Arts and Practices MA programme annual mobility experience. And just like last year already, both the Rijeka and the Nova Gorica schools participated in the Komiža New Media Port (Video Vortex Summer School) international gathering in the town of Komiža, July 7-15, 2012.

Interactive Interventions

Richard Dank / Wed, 06/13/2012 - 15:32

Looking forward to ADRIART? You should be!
Though not providing a degree itself Graz University of Technology (TUG) will be vibrant partner in the field of Trans- and Intermedia Arts for the "Advanced Digital and Regional Interactions in Art Teaching". The Institute of Contemporary Art (IZK) and the Insitute of Architecture and Media (IAM) will particularly try to arouse interest for interactive interventions in public space.

The ADRIART.CE CEEPUS network calls for last-minute applications (deadline Oct 30, 2015) to three exciting one-week workshops -- students from Budapest, Graz, Rijeka and Nova Gorica can choose among three challenging workshop topics in book-design/contemporary-art, experimental film, or telematic-storytelling/new-media-performance, visiting a partner university in the summer semester for a week:

<< scroll down for how to apply >>