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Eastern Europe rules the YCC again

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YOUNG CREATIVE CHEVROLET (YCC) is the annual pan-European art and design contest for students of applied arts. The goal of YCC is three-fold: to foster creativity; support
emerging artists in the early stages of their careers; and reinforce core values of the Chevrolet brand. Every year, young artists are challenged to respond to creative briefs in selected applied arts disciplines, such as fashion, photography, video and visual arts. Eastern Europe has proved again (as in previous years) that it has a lot to offer and a little to be scared off in the field of design.


  1. Anett Gálvölgyi, Zsófia Kormos, Zsolt Miovác – Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design – Hungary



  1. Luís Emílio – MODATEX – Portugal
  2. Dušana Lehotová – Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave – Slovakia



  1. Juraj Holček – Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave – Slovakia


2. Dario Belić, Dino Šertović – Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb – Croatia


3. Charline Destrée, Rose Dufournier Fortin, Sandra Gury – MJM Paris – France


  1. Daniela Stenzenberger, Roman Beck – University of Applied Arts Vienna – Austria
  2. Stefan Katanić – Fakultet Primenjenih Umetnosti – Serbia


  1. Gioacchino D’Amico, Alessia Capuccini, Giovanni Pietro Stella – RUFA, Roma – Italy

Visual Arts

  1. Jan Šlégr, Ján Bača – Univerzita Tomáše Bati Zlín – Czech Republic


2. Mihailo Kalabić – Fakultet Primenjenih Umetnosti – Serbia


3. Siska Mingneau – KASK Gent – Belgium



About Petra Tkalcec

Petra Tkalcec
Petra is a Co-founder and Executive Editor of EastOK Europe. She is a Croatian living in Budapest with her Serbian husband, two sons and an English bulldog.


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