[artinfo] HMC 10days Residency/Seminar/Exhibition,Budapest/Hungary

Beata Szechy bszechy at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 17 13:52:46 CEST 2005


HMC 10days
Residency/Seminar/Exhibition,Budapest/Hungary

2nd INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
RESIDENCY/SEMINAR/BUDAPEST/HUNGARY
Dates:  DECEMBER 27, 2005 - JANUARY 6, 2006

Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc.® (HMC),
non-profit organization, invites 30 interested visual
artists and writers to submit application for its
programs in Budapest, Hungary. Exhibition and Artistís
Talk will be arranged (exhibit opening in July at EU
Gallery, Budapest). 
Applications should consist of:
-	5 SLIDES, labeled slides/CD/ writers 5 page writing
/ 
-	Artist's statement, Project Description
-	One-page resume
-	$35 application fee.
10/15/05:  Last day to receive entry form, slides, fee
and SASE.
10/25/05:  Accepted/Rejected notification cards
mailed.
Eligibility:  Open to all professional artists,
writers, painters, photographers...

Request entry form on email:  		bszechy at yahoo.com
Request entry form on mail (SASE):  	HMC  P.O.Box
141374, DALLAS, TX 75214
Request entry form on web: 	
www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com

For more info and application form please contact us.

Symposium/Seminar
The aim of this program is to investigate and showing
of contemporary art, develop theoretical and practical
self-help through critical development.   Accepted
applicants are expected to speak and understand
English.  Lectures will be held in the mornings and
will followed by open discussions.  Invited artists
will give presentation on their projects.  The group
seminar system will act as a catalyst for all the
other activities, as studio work, museum-gallery
visits.  All participant has the opportunity to
present their work at the seminar once during this
course.   Seminar usually run 45 minutes to an hour. 
Studios will be available as part of the time on the
program.  Artists are expected to leave one piece of
work made during the residency as a donation to the
HMC.  The donated piece is decided upon by the artist
and the executive director.  Donated work will be
exhibited at EU Gallery, Budapest.

The residence offers 2 - 3 beds per room/ bath as
living quarters.  Studio, room, breakfast and lunch,
exhibition, seminar, artistsí talk and travel cost
from Budapest-Csopak-Budapest and exhibition cost $680
for 10 days. 

TIME-TABLE
BUDAPEST
12/27/05	ARRIVAL TO BUDAPEST
12/28/05	9:30-12:30 and 2:30-5:30 SEMINAR - BUDAPEST
12/29/05	9:30-12:30 and 2:30-5:30 SEMINAR - BUDAPEST
12/30/05	9:30-12:30 and 2:30-5:30 SEMINAR & SIGHT
SEEING - BUDAPEST
CSOPAK
12/31/05	Leave to the country side in the morning, NEW
YEARS EVE PARTY - LAKE BALATON
01/01/06	CREATION OF ART -  Csopak/LAKE BALATON &
SIGHT SEEING
02/01/06	CREATION OF ART -  Csopak/LAKE BALATON &
SIGHT SEEING
03/01/06	CREATION OF ART -  Csopak/LAKE BALATON, Leave
to Budapest in the evening
BUDAPEST
04/01/06	Museum and gallery visit, BUDAPEST
05/01/06	FREE
06/01/06	END OF RESIDENCY

While HMC does not provide funding for residencies, we
are helping to facilitate the creation of programs and
support the cost of the exhibitions.

BEATA SZECHY
Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc.
P.O.Box 141374
Dallas, TX 75214
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com
bszechy at yahoo.com


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