What does Budapest mean to you? – ELTE Media and OSF are looking for the answer together
Everyone has a story about Budapest. It can be funny, shocking, sad or heart-warming. The ELTE BTK Department of Media and Communication Studies and Open Society Foundations are looking for all the hidden gems on a verbal and visual storytelling contest called Lost and Found in Budapest. The entry is open for young people from abroad between the ages of 18-35, studying or living in Budapest. The most exciting essays and photos are going to be exhibited in December.
Did you plan to stay for only a semester, but yellow trams stole your heart? Were you looking for new challenges, but public transportation is more adventurous than you thought? Were you born outside the boarders of Hungary, but you found your home among the centuries-old buildings of Budapest? Or do you know someone who feels this way?
We welcome every experience, memory and story that tells us something real and special about this dazzling city.
Lost and Found in Budapest is a verbal and visual storytelling contest for young people from abroad between the ages of 18-35, studying or living in Budapest. To participate you only have to fill out the application form and submit your essay or photo about this breath-taking and diverse capital by November 28th, 2018.
Budapest is one city with a thousand personalities and millions of tales, and in their unique way we love all of them.
The jury is composed of professionals, true admirers of Budapest, who know what happiness, beauty and life is: Éva Szombat photographer, Kata Oltai art historian and Péter Szűcs journalist, photographer.
The most fascinating works will be awarded a special Polaroid camera and products by the coolest Hungarian designers at the award ceremony, party and exhibition in December.
Deadline: November 28th, 2018
More details: https://www.lostandfoundinbudapest.com/
Press inquiries: [email protected]
Source: Lost and Found in Budapest – Press Release