The exhibition will be opened by:
KOÓS DANIELLA DLA is the curator of the jubilee Budapest Design Week and
MASCHER RÓBERT DLA is the president of the Studio of Young Designers Association
Opening: Tuesday, October 10, 2023 at 7 p.m
The exhibition can be viewed until 20 October 2023, from Monday to Friday between 13:00 and 18:00
At FISE Gallery: 1054 Budapest, Kálmán Imre utca 16.
This year, in connection with the 20th anniversary of the Budapest Design Week, the Association of Young Artists Studio recalls the design moments of the past 20 years in black and white. On this occasion, the gallery will feature objects and works of art that do not know the middle ground and move on the edge of the spectrum.
Exhibiting artists: Brigitta B. Horváth, Dóra Balogh, Ágnes Elek, Judit Grünfelder, Debóra Horák, Julis Dóri Katona, Bernadett Kiss, Róbert Mascher, Gyula Mihály, Mária Virág Molnár, Anita Monori, Orsolya Németh, Dóra Papp-Vid, Kriszta Sustik , Berta Ujváry, Szilvia Vágó
Playing through light - exhibition of glass artist Katalin Hermann and photographer Lili Sziráki
Opening: Tuesday, September 26, 2023, at 6 p.m.
The exhibition will be opened by: Róbert Mascher, DLA industrial artist, president of FISE
The opening will be attended by: Kriszta Kozma, Bianka Ney and Orsi Szabó
On view: until October 6, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 13:00 to 18:00.
Glass is a particulary independent material. Katalin Hermann does not want to tame it, but to collaborate with this unique medium. Our 21th century world slowly caught up with the process of creating glass, which for centuries has left the master only moments to decide what she wants to see in the glowing, red object formed at the end of the blowpipe. His personality, the medium and the moment is embodied in each of his works.
What kind of glasses do you see the world through? How do we perceive the environment around us? What do we focus on? What filters do we use? What do we exclude, and what do we let through? The current series of photographs by Lili Sziráki is a new, experimental work, in which she plays with different transmissive spatial planes, extracted details, painted and drawn nature related elements in abstract effect images.
One day: Harmonic convergence - exhibition of textile artist Kinga Földi and graphic artist Marianna Lantos
The exhibition will be opened by the ceramic artist József Simon Zsolt.
Opening on Tuesday, September 12, 2023 at 6 p.m
It can be viewed until September 22, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 13:00 to 18:00
One day: Harmonic convergence
"One Day" presents the contemporary botanical paintings of Marianna Lantos Nagy and the sculptures of the textile artist Kinga Földi, celebrating the joyful, the fantastic and the deeply human. We recommend the exhibition to art lovers who are looking for something special.
Welcome to the transcendent alliance of two remarkable artists, a botanical journey into the realm of beauty, memory, and the profound connection between plants and humans.
Bright and colorful beauty is the leading star of this joint exhibition. Marianna Lantos' watercolor paintings capture the magical essence of plant life. With every delicate brushstroke, she breathes life into her subjects, revealing the awe-inspiring allure of nature's creations. Kinga Földi, on the other hand, shapes silk into sculptures that dance with colors and light, proving the beauty that emerges from the most unexpected materials. Together, they invite us to discover a world where beauty is not just an aesthetic experience, but a deep connection with the essence of life.
Kinga Földi creates objects inspired by nature, but their messages are more complex than being mere natural forms. They talk to us on a deeper human level through a language that we all share: our feelings, desires and struggle. Her sculptures originate from the biological world and are made from silk dupioni using pin-tuck technique. Still, they are not naturalistic creations, but rather creatures and gestures of her imagination.
Nagy Lantos Marianna:
Botanical art is an invitation to a parallel world, where the delicate dance of flora and human souls becomes tangible on the surface of the paper. A passage where Marianna Nagy Lantos weaves a tapestry of beauty and memories. Her artistic journey, like a whimsical expedition through nature's playground, captures this magical connection, turning it into a joyous experience. Through its vivid depiction, we understand that we are not only observers, but also participants in the great fabric of life. Her art is a testament to the fascinating and ever-evolving relationship between humans and the botanical world, and fills our hearts with boundless joy.
At the end of the year 2020, with the support of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, the applied arts collection of the Studio of Young Applied Artists Association was created! There are currently 105 outstanding works by FISE members in the unique collection. In the future, we will make it visible to the general public both at home and abroad!
The FISE Galéria cordially invites you and your friends to become a student of the Department of Design/BA and Ceramic Design/MA at the PTE Faculty of Arts
for the exhibition entitled
The exhibition will be opened by: Zsófia Karsai DLA, Ferenczy Noémi award-winning artist, assistant professor at PTE MK
Opening on Tuesday, August 22, 2023 at 6 p.m
It can be viewed until September 8, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 13:00 to 18:00.
Remember, until the opening of this great exhibition, the Gallery and the office will be closed for summer vacation!
In June 2023, 18 students of BA in Object Design and MA in Ceramic Design defended their degrees at the Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, at the University of Pécs. The exhibition opening in the FISE Gallery is a selection of the graduates' work. The objects on display were made in the workshops of ceramic design, metalwork, and glass design specializations.
The exhibition will be opened by Zsófia Karsai DLA, Noémi Ferenczy Award-winning artist, senior lecturer at the Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs
Exhibiting artists: Eszter Akácsos, Viola Bálint, Péter Baran, Dulguuntsetseg Dashkhishig, Borbála Farkas, Vivien Galcsik, Sára Keszthelyi, Boróka Pálfai, János Pengő, Réka Pető, Enikő Szabadi, Yue Lei
FISE 2023 membership admission date: Friday, July 7 from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in applied arts or art theory can apply.
A degree is not a requirement, but if you are an art student, wait a little longer...
Apply for membership on the following form:
Make an appointment for membership registration using the form below:
We ask applicants to bring with them to the 10-15 minute interview:
- a biography on an A4 sheet with contact information (graduation, postal address, e-mail address, phone number)
- portfolio on pen drive
- some original (not large) works and drawings that can be taken away immediately
- HUF two thousand, for a procedural fee, - which, in case of admission, is also this year's membership fee.
EASEWE MULTPLICATION EVENT
speakers: Dóra Dés-Kertész and Róbert Mascher
February 13, 2023, 13:00-15:00
Semmelweis University, András Pető Faculty, Center for International and National Services
1125 Budapest, Kútvölgyi út 8.
February 15, 2023, 17:00-19:00
Studio Association of Young Industrial Artists (FISE)
1054 Budapest, Kálmán Imre utca 16.
- the background and goals of the EASEWE project,
- our cooperating partners,
- the EASEWE training and instructor toolkit,
- the results of the test course,
- our good practices,
- the future of the EASEWE project.
We close the event with a standing room reception and an informal discussion.
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The Erasmus+ program, implemented in cooperation with FISE, is coming to an end soon, and its aim is to support female entrepreneurship within the creative industries, with particular attention to groups at risk of exclusion.
The goal of the EASEWE (ENTRE PRENEURIAL EDUCAT ION FOR CREATIVE SELF – EMPLOYMENT OF WOMEN) project is to contribute to the restart of the creative and cultural sector, which has been particularly affected by Covid, by encouraging the self-employment of women fleeing wars and increasing their employability. We are working on the creation of a training and adult education toolbox that deepens digital competences, stimulates entrepreneurship, and is aimed at acquiring skills for self-employment and business establishment.
The five organizations participating in the project are Alfombra Roja (Sweden), Fundeun (Spain), GrantXpert (Cyprus), Net in Action (Italy) and FISE (Hungary).
Follow EASEWE's Facebook page and keep up to date with our latest news. Get to know an exciting Erasmus+ project in which FISE is participating together with several European partner organizations!
Project EASEWE – 2020-1-IT02-KA227-ADU-095426
World Design Day in the FISE Gallery
June 29, 2023, 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
What is World Design Day good for?
See you there!
Meet design representatives, creators, communicators, practitioners, and thinkers at FISE!
Which will be:
- 4 p.m Pop-up fair from (participants coming soon)
- 5 p.m special exhibition viewing (Várbíró Kinga Evelin and Kristóf Turzó: We are writing)
- 6 p.m Discussion: What is design good for, and how can you talk about it well?
Gabriella Uhl - art historian,
Zsuzsi Farkas - editor of Tilos Rádió's program "Designed Reality",
József Martinkó - editor-in-chief of Octogon Deco magazine
Róbert Mascher DLA - president of FISE,
moderator: Ildikó Fazekas - FISE board member
There will also be music, community, and you can buy FISE publications, including the latest, crisp FISE40 catalogue.
Come, come, it will be a great time to be together!
It will be opened by Tibor Benjámin Szabó, commercial director of Líra Könyv Zrt.
Exhibiting artists: Oszkár Boskovitz, Andrea Buzás, Veronika Fazekas, Veronika Gályász, Tibor Kránitz, Natasa Litvin, Marcell Puskás, Diána Pusztai, Bence Péter Simon, Anikó Székffy, Kristóf Turzó
It can be viewed until July 28, 2023, from Monday to Friday from 13:00 to 18:00.
In the FISE tender, the Budapest 150 program and one of its special sub-programmes, the Book Capital, won the opportunity to hold two exhibitions, one of which will focus more on letter design, book and publication design (this is the current one), and the other will have an illustration-image theme (this will due in December).
The material of the exhibition has been selected from the works of FISE graphics - visual communication artists - supplemented by some exciting genre perspectives on the theme of cooperation and boundary crossing of genres along the theme of letters, punctuation, and leaving traces.
The exhibition also focuses on hermeneutic issues on a philosophical level, examining the connections between understanding and appearance, highlighting the relationship between the intention of the communicator and the act of reception - showing the differences between the two, or the importance of visual support that facilitates approximation.
With related professional programs, we can further help the knowledge of visitors and interested parties of the exhibition with professional guidance, discussions, and screenings.