The achievements of the Creative City and Sustainable Region (KRAFT) concept were presented by Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK) and Zoltán Gaál (coordinator of the KRAFT Centre) in the evening program of the M5 Cultural Public Broadcast Chanel on the 14th of September 2018. The video content is available only in Hungarian. The script of the…
Creative Cooperation and Sustainability
Venue: Knights’ Hall, Jurisics Castle, Kőszeg
Date: 24-25 September 2018
Act and use iASK’s devices to protect your environment!
More details and “how to apply instructions” on the Enviromind.hu
(Magyar) A várost földrajzi helyzete, egységes épített öröksége, páratlan történelmi és polgári hagyományai, illetve iskolavárosi múltja alkalmassá teszik arra, hogy új típusú tudásközponttá váljon
How long can the Earth bear the burdens of the uncontrolled consequences of production?
When can the recovery mechanisms of the Earth restore the natural order?
Can environmentally friendly patterns be enforced considering global companies?
Cultural heritage is not restricted to borders; it unites cities, regions and countries to create a network of cultural identities.
University of Pannonia and Institute of Advanced Studies will organise a conference titled
“Living and working in the Digital Age”
18-19 January 2018
Zalakaros, Hotel Karos Spa**** superior
The topic of monument restoration has almost become like football. Everyone has an opinion of it. However, neither the professional community, nor the art-loving community has a shared point of view.
This content is available only in Hungarian.
“Sustainability aspects of regional and local development”
III. International KRAFT Conference – organized by IASK
Venue: Kőszeg, Jurisics Castle, Knight-Hall (Hungary)
Date: 29th of August, 2017
László Z. Karvalics: Smart Cities with Question and Exclamation Marks (Report on two KRAFT years in Kőszeg). Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg, 2017. 175 p.
Renaissance of Small Towns – The Kőszeg Example. Edited by Ferenc Miszlivetz. Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg, 2016. 462 p.