2022 the student body of the Mozarteum University has awarded the Design Prize for the third time. The call for entries was addressed to all students of the Department of Fine Arts & Design, who could each submit up to three works from the last three years.
Design Award of the ÖH Mozarteum Vernissage & Award Ceremony 16. November, 19.00 h Exhibition duration 7. - November 25, daily 10.00-20.00 hrs
With works by Iris Bruch, Clara Elixmann, Marie Gruber, Peter Kainhofer, Magdalena Karner, Kevin Klinger, Linda Nicolussi, Matthias Salfinger & Vanessa Steiner
From a total of 46 works, the expert jury, consisting of Suse Mayer, Valerie Medicus & Katrin Radanitsch, selected twelve works - among them the award winners - to be shown in the exhibition. In addition to the three prize winners nominated by the expert jury, an audience award was also presented. Many of the works on display have already been shown in various exhibitions and represent the wide range of students. These are the winners of the Design Award 2022: Iris Bruch Peter Kainhofer Marie Gruber Madgalena Karner won the public vote. Picture from left to right: Marie Gruber, Iris Bruch, Peter Kainhofer Congratulations!
Parklets to linger, for people and bees: On June 28, two parklets were opened in the city of Salzburg, one of which is TO BEE, a project by students at the Department of Fine Arts & Design (Design: Technik.Textil).
Call for papers: For the upcoming conference, we invite scholars and researchers from the fields of art, political economy, architecture, urbanism, history, philosophy, etc. to submit proposals that address historical and contemporary forms of productivity and their social and aesthetic manifestations.
With the call "Out of the box", the city of Salzburg launched a competition of innovative ideas for the districts of Riedenburg and Maxglan. With "We swarm for the beehive" by Agnes Scherer and "burgglan" by Erik Hable, two of six awards went to members of the Mozarteum University.
Over a period of five weeks, students from the [Bildnerische] Innsbruck and the Linz Art University wrote letters to each other. The regular exchange resulted in a collaborative collection of image/text combinations, which was presented as part of the exhibition COLLECTING! at Splace am Hauptplatz in Linz. The participating students Janine Zumtobel, Sonja Plattner, Angela Brugger, Özge Can and Mirjam Rizzi were invited to Linz on 19 April for a joint artist talk about the project and reflected on their project together with students from the Linz Art University.
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