Number of network: CIII‐SI‐0816‐04‐1617
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. It has had the status of an Umbrella network in 2012/13, 2014/15 and 2015/16 and has received full status for the study year 2016/17.
The International Commission has committed the ADRIART.CE network for 2016/17. Starting with academic year 2016/17 as a new partner to the ADRIART.CE(EPUS) network joned University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Applied Arts from Serbia.
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 2016/17)
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 2016/17)
UMAS - Arts Academy University of Split - short and feature film production, intermedia interactive media (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2016/17)
ALU - Academy of Fine Arts University of Sarajevo - fine arts in contemporary perspective (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2016/17)
MKE - Hungarian University of Fine Arts - contemporary arts and scenographic spaces, interactive/new media, art/media hactivism (ACCEPTING INCOMING STUDENTS AND TEACHER(S) IN 2016/17)
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 IN 2016/17)
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 IN 2016/17)
The ADRIART project has developed a master programme - Media Arts and Practices - currently implemented at the University of Nova Gorica School of Arts and Academy of Applied Arts in RIjeka. Though not a classical joint programme, the Media Arts and Practices is to a very high percent same on both institutions 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.
APPLICATIONS FOR WINTER AND SUMMER SEMESTERS 2015/16 ARE NOW OPEN - DEADLINE JUNE 15 >> call for 3 short workshops in Rijeka and Nova Gorica (deadline 30.10.15) >
UNG specific 2015/16 offer
one week workshop in conceiving and making of an artist’s book -- as a creative mediium,
treted from the perspective of contemporary art practices
to happen at the School of Arts, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia,
lead by a guest artist Tanja Lažetić (supervised by prof. Rene Rusjan)
- contact teaching week: 15 - 25 March 2016,
- online intro and post-production: before and after the workshop
INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1-3 students from each - Budapest, Graz and Rijeka (3-9 total)
This workshop by an awarded artist Tanja Lažetić conceives artist’s books as truly "..special books. They do not deal with fiction or theory, nor do they discuss art in the way a catalogue or a monograph does. An artist's book is a work of art in itself. At the workshop we will learn how to make an artist’s book. The participants will be invited to create a book by ourselves, by using only one image, one photo or one drawing. The workshop will be a study about the possibilities for making the artist’s book. The participants will also learn about the form of the book. Because the artist’s book is not only a book, but an alternative exhibition space." (Tanja Lažetić)
Students from different art schools shall individually develop a concept for their own artist’s books and build, produce the books themselves. Course credit value: 4 ECTS ("STUDIO" module, MAP program, year 1 and 2; open for BA students year 2 and 3).
one week workshop in telematic storytelling (new-media / performance)
at School of Arts, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia,
lead by dr. pETER Purg
- contact teaching week: 6. - 16. April 2016
- online intro and post-production 30.3 - 26.4.2016
INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 3 students from each - Budapest, Graz and Rijeka (9 total)
The workshop explores the dimensions of technoology-supported distance storytelling (telematic storytelling) by combining computer-supported communication technologies and performative (presentation) practice. Developing both performance-conceptualising as well narrative skills, it encourages students to research and develop new form(at)s of both oral as well as non-verbal communication techiques that (ab)use information-communication technologies to abridge physical distance -- and above all, tell a story!
Connected in tandems and small groups across 3-4 different locations (in 3-4 countries: Croatia, Hungary, Austria and Slovenia), students of different art schools shall jointly develop a concept and present or perform a storytelling piece each. After a two-week online preparation, students meet for an intensive face-to-face workshop week in Nova Gorica (Slovena, UNG Shool of Arts), and finalize their work telematically in the following two weeks. Course total duration: 30.3 - 26.4.2016 Course credit value: 4 ECTS ("Studio" module, MAP programme, year 4; open for BA students year 3)
one week workshop in experimental film
at APU (Academy of Applied Arts) Rijeka, Croatia,
lead by prof. Ingeborg Fulepp
- contact teaching week: 3.-12 March 2016
- online intro and post-production: throughout March 2016.
INCOMING STUDENT CAPACITY: 1 student form each - Budapest, Graz and Nova Gorica (3 total)
We are living in the world of extremely fast developing technology, especially in the field of science. Daily commes diverse news of the possibilities to look deeper into the micro cosmos of our environment. Our body is becoming an experimental realm, our mind and soul examined to the smallest particles. To these developments, artists can reflect with their ethical and emotional positions, give diverse perspectives and set some questions through their creative and intuitive capabilities.
The workshop will give students possibilities to examine diverse artistic achievements on international level and develop their own concepts and ideas, either in the output format of written scenarios, or producing short video works (sketches). The workshop includes a visit to the scientific Departments at the University of Rijeka, talking to scientists and getting introduced to the newest technologies of bio- and other sciences.
There will be also possibilities for students' production of photo and video documentation at one of the Academy's post-production studios. At the end of the ocurse, students will finish their works at home institutions and present the final version of their experimental research online, at local semester shows etc. Credit value of the course is 3 or 4 ECTS, depending on the MAP study programme context, or the student's individual local curriculum context.