The exhibition Future Tradition shows the result of a yearlong collaboration between Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design Budapest (MOME), Department of Traditional Arts and folk, University College Southeast Norway, Rauland and Telemark Arts.
Traditional crafts and folk art from Hungary and Norway have been the basis for creating new expressions and new objects. Practitioners have interpreted the tradition on the basis of their personal experiences and preferences, and this has resulted in a wide range and variety of work, from the collections of wood, metal and textiles to greater individual worker.
Concept Future Tradition includes past, present and future. In addition to traditional materials and techniques it´s focused on how new and modern technology and unconventional use of materials and material combinations can provide new and exciting look and solutions.
Future Tradition is a collaborative project between the Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design Budapest (MOME), Department of Traditional Arts and folk, University College Southeast Norway and Telemark Arts. The project is financed by the EEA funds. The project has been led by the Head of Department Hedvig Harmati (MOME) and Head Bodil shaft Voll (HSN).
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