New York to host second Hungarian contemporary arts festival
The festival’s organiser, the Hungary L!ve Arts Foundation, aims to bring Hungarian culture closer to New York, MOME said in a statement.
Theatre productions featured as the event will include Kristof Kelemen’s Observers, the Dollardaddys troupe’s East and Mirror from the Eva Duda Dance Company.
The festival will also feature a staged reading of Pal Zavada’s A Market Day and a screening of Gabor Herendi’s Toxikoma, according to the official programme.
MOME’s Media Institute will also present a selection of the works of its current and former students, including short films and graphic design works about life in central and eastern Europe.
The event also includes the Hungarian Poster Association and OPLA’s poster exhibition titled Reflecting on Ukraine.
For more information, visit: https://hungarylivefestival.com/en/category/festival/