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General information

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EU4ART Alliance support the exchange of experience among students in and through the fine arts in order to help emerging artists and to foster innovation and unpredictability on all levels relevant to the arts and its influence on society in the European Union (EU). Within the alliance students have the opportunity to develop a range of practical and creative skills and gain valuable experience of entering exhibitions, competitions and building up a portfolio of work. In all the partner institutions the conditions in the art workshops and studios are unique. The technical facilities vary, and the courses available to students bear the hallmarks of a specific history and institutional development. Beyond similarities artistic processes prioritise the exploitation of a diverse approaches and opportunities for technical implementation. EU4ART Alliance offers a range of ways for students to cooperate across languages, borders and disciplines for generating new thinking how to address societal challenges faced in EU. For more information about opportunities to be part of the project, please contact your local EU4ART Alliances Offices.

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Art Academy of Latvia


Hungarian University of Fine Arts

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Dresden University of Fine Arts


Academy of Fine Arts of Rome

Hungarian University of Fine Arts

Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma

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Dresden University of Fine Arts


Art Academy of Latvia



EU4ART Alliance team has a large number of experts in visual arts and programs of study such as Sculpture, Painting and Graphic Art. Discover them here.
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Massimo Carboni

Professor of Aesthetics. He published several books about the relationship between philosophy and modern-contemporary arts

Angelica Speroni

Angelica Speroni

Project assistant and Mentors coordinator. She is graduated in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome and now PhD student at Paris 8

Uldis Zariņš

Sculptor and associate professor of anatomy. Uldis is an expert in a wide array of sculpting disciplines and has published books on anatomy. He is the co-founder and CEO of Anatomy Next Inc.

Normunds Brasliņš

Artist, photographer, and professor. Normunds teaches courses in drawing and photography. He specialises in large format figurative painting. His works have been exhibited in Germany, the Netherlands, France, and the United States.

Andris Vītoliņš

Artist, professor and Vice-Rector. Andris teaches painting and composition. His art reflects an in-depth exploration of man-made objects, as well as urban and natural landscapes.

Inese Rozentāla

International and local exhibition coordinator. Inese has a wealth of experience leading international projects.

Vineta Kreigere

Project manager. Vineta is an award-winning information design specialist who holds degrees in functional design, pedagogy and business management. Significant experience in project management both local and international.


Antra Priede

Graduated from the Art Academy of Latvia (AAL) Art History and Theory Department, receiving a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Since her studies, AAL has also been her workplace – currently holding the position as vice-rector for Academic Affairs and in 2018 she initiated and still manages the specialization of Art History and Theory Department – Curatorial Studies.

Gļebs Pantelejevs

Sculptor and professor of Sculpture. Ģlebs teaches courses on design and composition. He is the author of several monuments of national significance in Latvia.

Māra Ādiņa

Project manager and lecturer. Māra teaches courses on art project management and 20th and 21st century history of sculpture. Significant experience in project management both local and international.

Ansis Rozentāls

Artist and education methodologist. Ansis has experience working with exhibition scenography and film and advertising projects.

Anna Zvaigzne

Artist, illustrator and education methodologist. Anna makes illustrations for poetry books and magazines and actively participates in local and international exhibitions.