Institute of Media and Applied Arts
The most recently founded institute of the Faculty provides practice-oriented trainings in the field of 2D and 3D design and interactive arts. Based on strong traditions they are facing the challenges of the modern word. The institute has 3 departments:
• Ceramic Design
Ceramic Design BA and MA programmes
At the Ceramic Design courses students are introduced to a wide range of silicate materials from classical meterials of ceramic design up to concrete. The University of Pécs, Faculty of Music and Visual Art’s Ceramic department has a close pertnership and located at the same site with the world famous Zsolnay Porcelain Factory in Pécs. Various types of forming methods from handcrafting to design and spacious studio places together with academic level personal tutoring provide the students the opportunity of finding their own artistic way.
Graphic Design First degree to MA level (no BA outcome)
The Programme was started in 2012 aiming to train professionals in the field of graphic design. After the acquirement of classical and mondern bases students are introduced to aesthetic and technical studies and the know-how of 2D and 3D design. Apart from the analogue and digital picture-making they have the opportunity to get acquainted with animation and film technologies. Our conception is to attache independent and appplied arts.
Electronic Music and Media Arts BA programme
For those, who're interested in sound, noise, silence and their electronic / digitals forms. For those, who doesn't accept the media of sound and vision in the closed box, rather open it for experimenting, improvising. Therefore for those, who're interested in sound art, interactive arts, networked projects and performative arts.
head of programme: Balázs Kovács, senior lecturer
• László Vidovszky prof., composition, electronic music theory
• Kristóf Wéber, score editing
Study plan: (complete study plan in .pdf)
• Ground knowledge: philosophy, contemporary aesthetics, network laws, culture and art history, history of music, acoustics