Today the Alliance for Common Fine Arts announced that József Gábos, a student from the Graphic Design Department at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (HUFA), is the winner of the EU4Art Alliance’s logo design competition.
“We thank all of the students who participated in the Logo Design Competition” said Kristaps Zariņš, Rector of the Art Academy of Latvia (AAL), “There were so many great entries submitted for the competition that it was difficult for the judges to select the Top 3. It is a pleasure to see that students from our Alliance showcase the kind of fresh perspectives required to drive fine arts higher education in Europe towards the future.”
We give our congratulations to József Gábos from HUFA for winning first place and a cash prize of 1000 Euros. Commendations also go out to our AAL students – Vectirāns Gatis who won second place and a cash prize of 500 Euros, as well as Alvis Berngards and Agate Eglite-Drezina who came in third place and received a Certificate of Outstanding Student Recognition for their achievement.
About EU4Art Alliance
EU4ART Alliance aims to establish a European university fine arts curriculum and address challenges that come with common curricula development and various fine arts discipline modules. The EU4ART Alliance has been granted the mandate to carry out institutional collaboration at an unprecedented level, thus ensuring that is implemented in a systematic, structured and sustainable manner.
The EU4ART Alliance for Common Fine Arts Curriculum seeks to create an international student network to encourage an exchange different perspectives, fresh insights and ideas in a positive and meaningful way. The EU4ART Alliance intends to bolster cooperation between institutions, their students and staff. The goal is to create a flexible fine arts curriculum by 2025, which will allow students to personalize their education by choosing when, where and what to study to earn their European degree.
The initiative is a collaborative project between the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome, the Art Academy of Latvia and the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, supervised by the European Commission’s (EC) Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
The EU4ART Alliance for Common Fine Arts Curriculum initiative has been granted 3-year funding from the Erasmus+ program.