ADRIART.CE(EPUS)

ADRIART.CE(EPUS)

Number of network: CIII‐SI‐0816‐04‐1718

The ADRIART.CE network is a CEEPUS Central European derivative network of the (Erasmus Multilateral LLP) ADRIART project enabling exchange and collaboration of students and teachers of participating institutions, and operating since 2012/13.

Open Calls:

Please check the following sub-pages for opportunities offered at individual network member institutions. 
(For further mobility opportunities in the network please contact the institutions directly.)

 

Network News:

The International Commission has committed the ADRIART.CE network for 2017/18. Starting with academic year 2017/18 as a new partner to the ADRIART.CE(EPUS) network joned University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia from Bolgaria with their Department of Urban Planning.

Participating institutions: 

UNG - University of Nova Gorica School of Arts - coordinator of network, site specific methodologies in new media and contemporary art practices, feature and documentary film production, animation (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

APURI - Academy of Applied Arts at University of Rijeka - fine arts aspects of intermedia, arts and practices, site specific methodologies in scenographic space, video in contemporary art, animation (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

UMAS - Arts Academy University of Split - short and feature film production, intermedia interactive media (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

ALU - Academy of Fine Arts University of Sarajevo - fine arts in contemporary perspective (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

MKE - Hungarian University of Fine Arts - contemporary arts and scenographic spaces, interactive/new media, art/media hactivism (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

TUG - Graz Technical University, Institute for Contemporary Arts & Institute for Architecture and Media – contemporary arts, art in public space, digital media in architecture (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

UAB - University of Arts Belgrade  Faculty of Applied Arts – contemporary studies in the domain of multimedia, digital art, theory of arts and media and management in culture (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)

UACG - University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia - Department of Urban Planning - urban planning, regional and landscape planning, interior and architectural design, preservtion of architectural heritage  (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2017/18)


ABOUT THE NETWORK

The ADRIART project has developed a master programme - Media Arts and Practices (MAP)*  - currently implemented at the University of Nova Gorica School of Arts and Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka. The network initially supported academic mobility within and around the MAP programme, but has been expanding through the recent years, to cover th ebroader reagion of South-East Europe. It currently seeks to focus on developing specific new methodologies in art teaching and research, explore the possibl enew interactions between art and design, as well as advance the artistic-cum-academic production in the region.

*Though not a classical joint programme, the Media Arts and Practices (MAP) programme is to a very high percent same on both institutions in RIjeka and Nova Gorica with a deep understanding of the programme also at the Graz University of Technology (as they are also part of the ADRIART project). The ADRIART original network being (micro)regionally defined, the ADRIART.CE network should enrich it with further partnerships and collaborations from the wider Central European space. The programme instigates interaction within and among the areas of audio-visual arts (film, animation, photography), inter-media arts (spatial, new-media, trans-media) as well as (historical, theoretical, critical) arts discourses. The short location-specific course runs of the Media Arts and Practices master programme demand regular student and teacher mobility, treating site-specific (demographical, social, cultural, ecological, migratory etc.) topics in interdisciplinary ways.

 

Archive:

APPLICATIONS FOR WINTER AND SUMMER SEMESTERS 2016/17 ARE NOW OPEN - DEADLINE JUNE 15 >> call for three-week workshop in Rijeka -- for students from Budapest and Belgrade (deadline 15.06.2016) >


UNG specific 2016/17 offer

Kick off

First week workshop Kick Off / Prva podaja is for aclimatization and quicker transition from holiday mode into proffesional and creative experimenting. Undergraduate and postgraduate students in collaboration up to 5-6 students from various years in first three days of academic year working on their projects.. Production takes place over 48 hours. After two days of extremely productive work all groups presented their innovative micro-projects. 

- to happen at the School of ArtsUniversity of Nova Gorica, Slovenia
- lead by a mentor Metod Blejec
- contact teaching week: 04 - 07 October 2016
- online intro and post-production: before and after the workshop

INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1-3 students from each - Graz, Sarajevo, Rijeka, Split, Budapest and Belgrade

COURSE CREDIT VALUE: 1 ECTS (SUP module - Contemporary Arts and Practicies).

 

Crossing Borders, docu-fiction filmmaking

Living in two towns, crossing the border between Gorizia/Gorica (Italy) and Nova Gorica (Slovenia) everyday, the workshop will be questioning the issue of borders today, new borders in Europe, borders in our minds, facing new flows of migrants and refugees, questioning our Today.

Workshop with Želimir Žilnik, the charismatic film maker, introducing his method of explorations of life in his docu-fiction films.

Dates of the workshop will be finally determine in late summer, due to many factors of coordination.

The workshop is connected to the theme of the Pixxelpoint 2016 festival. The results of the workshop will be presented at the festival, in December 2016.

- to happen at the School of ArtsUniversity of Nova Gorica, Slovenia
- lead by a mentor Želimir Žilnik, our visiting artist (in collaboration with prof. Rene Rusjan, Contemporary Arts modul carrier and this year's Pixxelpoint curator)
- contact teaching week: November 2016
- online intro and post-production: before and after the workshop

INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1-3 students from each - Graz, Sarajevo, Rijeka, Split, Budapest and Belgrade

COURSE CREDIT VALUE: 4 - 6 ECTS (4 for participating on the spot, 6 if researching and collaborating from the online intro to the postproduction phase)

 

Future Vision of Anthropocene* / art & science / art & ecology

In the workshop, during lectures, meetings, debates and practical work we will be developping methods and tools to understand how to bridge the difference, to understand the role of art - science - technology in the so called “Anthropocene era”*. As we are all witnessing rapid change in our environment, we will focus on the ecology, sociology and artistical practices in the cross filed. The workshop will be held by artists and scientists and will try to bring together students of different fields of arts (cont.arts, new media, film, animation) and science, from bio science, but also humanities.

Dates of the workshop will be finally determine in late summer, due to many factors of coordination.

The workshop is connected to the theme of the Pixxelpoint 2016 festival. The results of the workshop will be presented at the festival, in December 2016.

*unformal new terminology that is relating to the current geological age, viewed as the period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment.

- to happen at the School of ArtsUniversity of Nova Gorica, Slovenia

- lead by a mentor Robertina Šebjanič (check her site: http://robertina.net/), our visiting artist, working in the filed of art - science - technology, Miha Colner, art theory and photography, Tea Hvala, Sci-Fi author, in collaboration with the Laboratory for Environmental Research of University of Nova Gorica, prof. dr. Urška Lavrenčič Štangar and dr. Andreea Oarga Mulec; under supervision of prof. Rene Rusjan, Contemporary Arts modul carrier and this year's Pixxelpoint curator.
- contact teaching week: November 2016 (intro on 26th Oct, workshop 14-19th Nov, exhibition setting from 28th Nov, exhibition 2nd to 9th Dec.)
- online intro and post-production: Early birds: from September on-line; production in October, November, to be included to the festival, editing of materials after the festival.

INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1-3 students from each - Graz, Sarajevo, Rijeka, Split, Budapest and Belgrade

COURSE CREDIT VALUE: 4 ECTS

 

Pixxelpoint festival in process

In the winter semester 2016/17, our contextual researches revolve around the Pixxelpoint 2016 festival. Our CAP - Contemporary Art Practices professor Rene Rusjan, also the curator of 2016 festival edition, invites artists, film makers, scientists of various fields to collaborate in site specific explorations.

Students, who will join us in winter semester, will be able to join various artists, scientists or groups, to work with them in the workshops (see some of them in the following, announced as short therm exchange possibilities) and collaborate with the curator in the process of the festival. Not only students of arts, also other disciplines are welcome. (diverse types of writers, for example)

Some names: Robertina Šebjanič, Jasna Hribernik, Želimir Žilnik, Nadija Mustapić and Toni Meštrović, Antonio Della Marina, Niloufar Tajeri & Gal Kirn, Anja Medved, Paul Bush and others.

Interested student are welcome to get involved as soon as possible, to become part of the process already online. The dates of the individual workshops will be finally determine in late summer, due to many factors of coordination.

The workshops are connected to the Pixxelpoint festival and are going on in different dynamics through the fall semster 2016.

- to happen at the School of ArtsUniversity of Nova Gorica, Slovenia,
- lead by a mentor Rene Rusjan prof. of Contemporary Art Practices at the UNG School of Arts and this year's Pixxelpoint curator, in collaboration with various mentors and artists. 
- contact teaching week: whole winter semester 2016, shorter studio workshops also possible
- online intro and post-production:Early birds: from September on-line; production in October, November, to be included to the festival, editing of materials after the festival.

INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1-3 students from each - Graz, Sarajevo, Rijeka, Split, Budapest and Belgrade

COURSE CREDIT VALUE: 2 - 8 ECTS (students are invited to take part in different layers of the festival in process, in diverse roles and intesivities

SELECTION: immediately after applying through the ceepus.info system, students should send an email with short CV (bionote) and half-page motivation text on "why I woul dlike to attend this workshop to marija.nemec@ung.si, they shall be notified of selection and further procedures within 15 days.
 

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APURI specific 2016/17 offer

Micro-Macro II

Micro-Macro II is a continuation of the Micro-Macro course run during the last summer semester 2016.

- three week workshop in experimental film
- at APU (Academy of Applied ArtsRijeka, Croatia, 
- lead by prof. Ingeborg Fulepp
- contact teaching week: 02-23 November 2016

02 November - Introduction of the course

05. - 09. November -  Lectures, visiting science departments, defining the theme

12. - 16. November - Hands-on on technical devices under obligatory supervisin of professionals

19. - 23. November - Presentations, discussions, public view

INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY:1 student from Belgrade and 2 students from Budapest


SELECTION: immediately after applying through the ceepus.info system, students should send an email with short CV (bionote) and half-page motivation text on "why I woul dlike to attend this workshop to inga.fuelepp@gmail.comthey shall be notified of selection and further procedures within 15 days.