Our EU4ART alliance is launching Artistic Research (AR) labs at all partner academies in Riga, Rome, Budapest, and Dresden in order to empower artists and make artistic practice and research visible. This endeavour is supported by Horizon2020’s SWAF (Science with and for Society) programme.
Following the tradition of a regular common online colloquium in order to receive peer feedback from EU4ART fellow students, the upcoming Peers’n’differences will be a hybrid format hosted in Budapest, where students of MKE Lab week will present their AR projects. Audience is welcome to join and give feedback.
on Friday, 28 April 2023 (exact time tbc.)
Every 4-6 weeks on Zoom, Peers’n’differences is set to take place, allowing 3-5 students the chance to present their work. Following the presentation, there will be time for discussion.
If you would like to join the event as peer or/and speaker, please check the “Registration” box.
Agenda Peers'n'differences #3
In order to participate as peer audience, please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org giving your
- affliation to students, graduates, researchers, professors
- affiliation to a partner academies
You will receive the Zoom link as soon as possible.
In order to be a speaker at this event (or any later event), please write an e-mail to email@example.com giving your
- title and short absract of your Artistic Research project
- affiliation to a partner academy
More information will be provided via e-mail.
Additional information: By sending us an email you accept being added to our mailing list for further Peers’n’Differences events — you can always opt-out, so please let us know if you only want to participate in this event.