PNPROGRAMS

PROGRAMS

 

Art as Social Critique

Just the Wind. Film screening and panel discussion

Thursday, 12 November 2015

Budapest Gallery

5:30 pm Screening of Benedek Fliegauf’s Just the Wind

7-8 pm panel discussion

Guest: Mária Bogdán, Bence Fliegauf, András Müller, Csaba Nemes, Andrea Pócsik

 

Twelve to Make Peace. Plan-game and panel discussion on the Trianon Peace Treaty

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery, guided tour beginning at 5 pm

6 pm presentation of Tranzit.hu’s project film Twelve to Make Peace, followed by a panel discussion

Guest: Balázs Ablonczy, Péter György, Dóra Hegyi, Zsuzsa László, Michela Miroslav

Moderator: Enikő Róka

 

Friday-Saturday, 27-28 November 2015

Location: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty Boardroom, Budapest, 1088, Múzeum körút 4/A

 

Artist Activists. Visual Activism, current outlooks in Eastern Europe through the works of three artists and movements. Presentations by artists and panel discussion.

Beginning at 6 pm, Thursday, 3 December 2015

Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery, guided tour beginning at 5 pm

6 pm panel discussion

Guests: Gariella Csoszó, Kadan Nikita, Rafa Thomas

 

 

Museum education

 

Workshop for educators

Friday, 6 November 2015

3-8 pm Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery and Budapest Gallery

 

Family Morning

Sunday, 8 November 2015

11 am – 1 pm Budapest Gallery

 

Family Morning

Sunday, 15 November 2015

11 am – 1 pm Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery

 

Guided tours will be organized throughout the duration of the exhibition. For more information on the tours please visit our websites, www.fovarosikeptar.hu and www.budapestgaleria.hu.

 

This project has been funded with the support from the European Union Culture Programme 2007–2013, the Visegrad Fund, the National Cultural Fund and the ERSTE Stiftung. The ERSTE Foundation supports the exhibition „Imagined Communities, Personal Imaginations. Private Nationalism Budapest“ and the conference „Visualizing the Nation“ because it is part of its mission to offer a platform for reflection about the ambivalence between regional identities, nationalist fragmentation and a common mono-cultural historical experiences in post-communist Eastern Europe.