Fulbright Austria will be present at Uni Graz's information fair for study abroad and scholarships. Stop by if you have any questions about Fulbright or studying in the US!
Twenty-one new US Fulbright student grantees and two scholars participate in the Fall 2018 US Fulbright orientation.
Austrian Fulbright students, scholars and FLTAs spent the afternoon in pre-departure orientation sessions, then met up with the US students and scholars for a going-away party at a traditional Viennese wine tavern (Heurigen).
In this exhibit, US Fulbright alumni Franziska Brunner and Ross Lipton crossed boundaries of research and academic presentation to transfer their intellectual work into artistic practices, including visual art, installation, and sound design. They explored Arnold Schoenberg’s varied and far-reaching ideas of melody and harmony, which span from his early years in Vienna and Berlin to his later years in California. With approaches coming from the distantly related disciplines of historical musicology and comparative literature, Schoenberg the composer, artist, theorist, and pedagogue offered fruitful common ground for their creative and intellectual explorations. This experience was designed to provoke a dialogue about the relevance and value of new music and art in a world in which stark oppositions have become the norm.
Fulbright Austria is pleased to announce the following event on June 7: An American Historian´s View of the First Republic, 1918-1938, a talk by BRUCE PAULEY, University of Central Florida, moderated by Heidemarie Uhl, Austrian Academy of Sciences.
On June 6, Fulbright Austria and the Austrian Fulbright Alumni Association would like to invite you to a Summer Fest at our offices in the MuseumsQuartier.
US Fulbright Scholar Markus Vogl will give an artist talk, about his work in silico et in situ: wien in Raum D @ museumsquartier at 18:00, April 26th, 2018, followed by a reception for his exhibition. (light refreshments will be served). Markus is from the University of Akron in Ohio and is working on 3D scanning objects in Vienna, 3D printing scaled versions of them, and putting them back as street art for all to discover.