About the project
The panel discussion series addresses questions of policy affecting the profession and presents field-specific innovations both to the university and the external community. What is the role of art universities? Why should a designer/artist acquire theoretical knowledge? What does design research mean? What kind of specific and innovative methods could be used in learning and teaching in the areas of the creative markets? Our discussions revolve around these and related topics with the participation of local and international guests. The public debates provide an opportunity to get to know the work of researchers, writers, and scholars that further the development of Hungarian design culture.
Dorka Taskovics, Alida Kovács, Antal Csipes, Sári Zagyvai
Noémi Vágvölgyi, Bori Skrapits, Enikő Déri
THE GUESTS OF THE DEBATES WERE:
Zoltán Kékesi (Hungarian University of Fine Arts), culture researcher;
Márton Szentpéteri (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, MOME), historian of ideas, design theorist;
Lóránt Péteri (Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music), music historian;
Lóránt Stőhr (University of Theater and Film Arts, Budapest), film historian
“The time for this piece has come…” To understand the reason behind that sentence, we talked with professor András Ferkai (MOME), the author of the Opus Mirabile award-winning book on Farkas Molnár (Terc Publishing 2011). Moderator: prof. Ákos Moravánszky (ETH Zürich).
6:00 pm, 15 May 2013