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AIR/HMC International Artists Residencies and 9 X 12, Budapest exhibition

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AIR/HMC International Artists Residencies and 9 X 12, Budapest exhibition
Curated by: Beata Szechy

IX. Mester u. 5.
Budapest
Hungary
May 26th, 2011 - June 19th, 2011
Opening: May 26th, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Hungary
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mixed-media

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The AIR/HMC, Budapest and 9X12, Budapest exhibit at the Ferencvarosi Pincegallery is a unique show.  210 artworks will be on view from 80 artists from Austria, United Kingdom France, Canada, China, Croatia, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United States.
5 artists, Heather Lauren Klein, CA * Catherine Nicolas, FR * Kathleen Pompe, SC * Holly Streekstra, IN * Stacey R. Wexler, CA will exhibit several works that their created during at the HMC residency program in Budapest, 2011. 

Beside the residency exhibit there will be an art video mini festival and The 9X12, Budapest as a mail art project.  

The HMC is an artist run, non-profit, multi-disciplinary arts organization dedicated to excellence, experimentation, and education in all forms of contemporary art and culture.  The AIR-HMC’s mission to bridge cultural, geographic, and linguistic divides by bringing people together through the arts in order to foster a greater understanding of world cultures.

The mission of the HMC is to support artists and strengthen the arts in their vital role in the lives of people and communities.  Our goal is to inform and educate the community at large through cross-cultural exchange, provide an opportunity for international artists to work and exhibit in Hungary, and provide the artists with a supportive environment and uninterrupted time to work during the residency.