teaches watercolour, drawing, composition
László Győrffy’s art has from the very beginning committed itself towards to the idea of private biology, as anatomy is not written by nature and or rationale, but by a distant subject that is incapable of materialising, but always tries to anyway. He won the Raoul Wallenberg Association First Prize and has had solo exhibitions not just in Hungary, but in Paris and Los Angeles as well.
Szilvia Mucsy is the chair of the RANDOM – Association of Contemporary Photographers and the director of Budapest Photo Festival. She won National Geographic Photography Contest Hungary, József Pécsi – Hungarian Fine Art Photography Grant and Photographic Art felowship by Hungarian National Cultural Fund. She is a member of the Belgian Young Photographers United. Her works have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Athens, Budapest, Bratislava, Rome, Brussels and many other Hungarian places. Her book “Mediterrano” was published by in 2008. Szilvia focuses on street photography, documentary, and lyrical documentary captuting urban subjects.
Csaba Kis Róka
teaches acrylics, gouache, drawing, montage technique
Csaba Kis Róka is a provocateur belonging, to Hungary’s young artist generation. He is acclaimed both nationally and internationally, he has had solo exhibitions in Switzerland, the Netherlands, Austria.
teaches bookbinding, sketching, city tours
Mimi Mónus won the Junior Prima Primissa award in 2011 with the Szőce Peat Moss Fen Research Centre design. The multifaceted architect also founded Papetri Paperwork, where she makes unique handmade paper crafts sketchbooks and diaries from the vast paper collection she has.