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CURRICULUM VITAE – Ágoston Lóránt

Education

2008-2010 JASU, MA, Teacher of Visual Culture, Szeged, Hungary
1995-1997 JASU, BSc (Ecology), Szeged, Hungary
1991-1995 JGTTC, BA, Teacher of Arts and Geography, Szeged, Hungary

 

Experience

2015 – Present University of Szeged JGYPK, Teacher of Visual Culture, Szeged, Hungary
2002 – Present Teacher of Arts and Geography, Zoltanfy Istvan Primary School, Deszk,Hungary
2000-2002 ÁszE Secondary School, Teacher of Geography, Esztergom, Hungary
1995-1999 DOJ Secondary School, Teacher of Arts and Geography, Törökkanizsa, Serbia

 

Solo Exhibitions

2014 SULUV Gallery, Novi Sad, Serbia
2014 Gallery of the University of Szeged, Hungary
2012 ‘zETNA Gallery’, Senta , Serbia
2012 Szilády Áron Gimnázium Gallery, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
2010 Grand Café, Szeged, Hungary
2009 Dobó Tihamér Gallery, Kanjiza, Serbia
2008 Tanítóképző Főiskola, Subotica, Serbia
2008 SULUV Gallery, Novi Sad, Serbia
2006 Duna Múzeum Gallery, Esztergom, Hungary
2005 MÉH Gallery, Szeged, Hungary
2005 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
2005 Könyvtár, Kiskunhalas, Hungary
2003 Diákotthon, Subotica,Yugoslavia
2002 Elvis Cafe, Budapest, Hungary
2001 Zöld Ház Gallery, Esztergom, Hungary
2000 József Attila Gallery, Esztergom, Hungary
1999 Könyvtár, Senta, Yugoslavia
1999 Kanjiza, Yugoslavia
1998 Rimska Dvorana, Beograd, Yugoslavia
1998 Könyvtár, Novi Knezevac, Yugoslavia

A large number of Group Exhibitions in Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, Helsinki, Paris and Rome.

 

Awards

2015 Hungarian Academy, Rome, Italy – Rome Scholarship
2013 XXIII. Art Teachers’ Exhibition, Szeged, Hungary –Jury’s Special Award
2012 XIV. Boardpicture-painting Biennale, Szeged, Hungary – Jury’s Special Award
2011 XXI. Art Teachers’ Exhibition, Szeged, Hungary – ‘Educators’ Union Award’
2011 Stara Moravica, Serbia – ‘Olaf Award’
2011 Szeged City, Hungary – ‘Creator’s Award’
2006 XVI. Art Teachers’ Exhibition, Szeged, Hungary – First Prize
2005 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France – Paris Scholarship
2005 Szeged City, Hungary – Young Artist Award