Hungary attracts a large variety of people from all over the world. For example, I had a chance to make an interview with my former university professor, Jeff Taylor, who had been living in Hungary for 21 years. He shared with me his ideas on the account if immigration to Hungary.
During the period of July 12-16, 2012, the BAAM students together with other representatives of Hungarian art institutions visited one of the most awaited events in the art world- the Kassel Documneta.
In addition to the many trips that are held during schools hours, there is also many after school opportunities. Since our teachers not only teach but work in their professional areas they are aware of events that students may find interesting.
Every year students of BA in Arts management are taken to incredible amount of trips to museums all around Europe, and as a tradition once a year students have a possibility to visit one of the most important art fairs, exhibitions or festivals.
Gotta love a geek who's good with his fingers. ;)
Rubik's Cube artist Pete Fecteau is currently planning a larger mosaic paying tribute to Albert Einstein. It will be made from 8,484 Rubik's Cubes and completed in 80 hours.
We've just launched the IBS ARTs Management FB page, so go on future businessmen and art lovers (or both) and like it, share it! We're posting photos, events and stories from IBS ARTs Management student life!