Kombinētās intensīvās programmas (BIP) studentiem

Kombinētās intensīvās programmas BIP mobilitātēm mobilitāšu pieteikšanās īstenojama visa studiju gada ietvaros, studentiem piesakoties uz zemāk publicētajiem BIP piedāvājumiem. Apstiprinātajiem studentiem tiek piešķirta Erasmus+ stipendija. 

Informācija par mobilitāšu norises kārtību pieejama Erasmus+ programmu stipendiju konkursa nolikumā

The Beauty of chance Ceramic workshop about Miró, Artigas and Hamada (ESDAPC Campus Llotja)

ERASMUS+ BIP for students
Title of course: The Beauty of chance Ceramic workshop about Miró, Artigas and Hamada
Location: ESDAPC Campus Llotja, Barcelona, Spain
Course Length (in Barcelona): 05.11.2024.-15.11.2024
Course Length (on-line): 4 sessions (June to October 2024)
Teachers: Merce Domenech and Jordi Cervello
Participant institutions: Escola Llotja (host), Mimar Sinan University and Art Academy of Latvia

ECTS: Three (3)
Available places for students: 8
Level: BA/MA
Application deadline: 09.05.2024

Stipendija: ERASMUS+ stipendija
Kā pieteikties: Aizpildot google form

Svarīgi: Studentam, piesakoties BIP nedrīkst būt studiju parādi!

Course description:
This program offers students the chance to elevate their ceramic art skills through attending conferences, visits, and practicing on clay. Each student will have the opportunity to craft their own ceramic masterpiece, which will be displayed in a museum in Barcelona the concluding day.

A workshop explores the unique ceramic language developed by two former students of Llotja – Joan Miró and Llorens Artigas. Their work is directly related to the Japanese Mingei movement, particularly in their interaction with Hamada Shoji during their stay on the island in 1966. In their different contexts, these artists shared a common understanding of the social function of ceramics and the catalan or japanese art tradition. They worked together to create global forms in a world in a transition design.

Uncovering. The magnetism of the lithography stones (Vilnius Academy of Arts)

ERASMUS+ BIP for students
Title of course: Uncovering. The magnetism of the lithography stones.
Location: Vilnius Academy of Arts, Graphic laboratory (the lithography area), Malūnų St. 5, Vilnius, Lithuania
Course Length (in Vilnius): 07.06.2024.-14.06.2024

Course Length (on-line): 15th of May 4 PM; 28th of May 4 PM
Organisor: Asoc. prof. Jolanta Mikulskytė,
ECTS: Three (3)
Available places for students: 15
Level: BA/MA

Study programme/field: Both visual and media art students. Contemporary art, contemporary printmaking, drawing, writing, the basics of drawing, composition, the concept of color expression and harmony.
Application deadline: 28.04.2024

Grant: ERASMUS+ grant

Only students with the Erasmus+ BIP nomination letter from their International Office will be considered for the spot.

Students from the KUNO network schools can also ask for the KUNO grant (if the Erasmus grant cannot be provided).

How to apply:  Participants will be selected on the basis of a motivation letter as well short artistic portfolio – the main creativity focus (the main artistic field / artistic research, maximum 12 slides, *pdf)

Please send your motivation letter / artistic portfolio to: Please include an email title BIP Uncovering.

Course description:
Uncovering is a practical printmaking lithography course. The course focuses on exploring the possibilities of the print culture phenomenon, i.e.the possibilities of stone lithography. Lithography is one of the greatest artistic printmaking adventures of our times. The theme of the course is Uncovering.

Lithography is a particularly auspicious form of creative expression, encompassing a wide variety of expressive forms: an expressive drawing method, a watercolor like treatment of color, the drawing of miniatures, the raster offset printing, the art of ink etc. During the course the participants will be introduced to the specifics of the planography print: stone and offset lithography, zinc plate lithography, also polyester lithography and mixed media; and its main technological image creation principles that separate it from other graphic printing methods. The students will be encouraged to use the plentiful and unique plastic expression opportunities offered by stone lithography.

During the printmaking process the students will be encouraged to experiment and use common as well as non-traditional means of lithographic image creation and search for their own individual artistic style.

Virtual Component (before physical mobility):

  1. Brief presentation: introduction to the stone lithography (fine art lithography, printmaking) - getting to know each other online - discussing ideas for the upcoming workshop.
  2. Project theme: Uncovering - discussing ideas for the upcoming lithography physical mobility creative workshop.
Emergence: non-human communication in interactive art (Vilnius Academy of Arts)

ERASMUS+ BIP for students

Title of course: Emergence: non-human communication in interactive art

Location: Vilnius Academy of Arts, Vilnius faculty, Vilnius, Lithuania
Course Length (in Vilnius): 17.06.2024.-23.06.2024

Course Length (on-line): 10th of June – 14th of June (two meetings in that period)

Organisor: Vygintas Orlovas,

ECTS: Three (3)
Available places for students: 15
Level: BA/MA

Study programme/field: Any

Working language: English, minimum B2 level
Application deadline: 13.05.2024

Grant: ERASMUS+ grant

How to apply:  Fill in this form:

Course description:

The core concept centres around the idea of emergence in non-human communication between interactive artworks. We will explore this possibility in the context of interactive art.


The workshop aims to bring people together to brainstorm ideas for interactive works, create them, and place them in a singular space so the artworks can interact with each other and form unexpected and unplanned connections. Through the use of microphones, cameras, motion sensors, motors, programming, networks perhaps the works/objects/installations can form feedback loops and also break them to create unforeseen relationships.


A person who can help with the technical questions (programming, soldering) will join in so everyone who has ideas can participate regardless of how much experience they have with soldering and coding.


The space that we will use is called the “Šachmatinė salė” (checkered hall). It is not a white cube, but quite a liminal space that has a striking pattern and no clear purpose.


Virtual Component (before physical mobility):


During the virtual component we will discuss a paper on the Strategies of interactive art  and brainstorm ideas for the works that we want to create during the workshop. Having a general idea will help us get the necessary equipment and tools beforehand.

Benefits (provided by VDA): coffee breaks and cultural programme