Valley of Arts festival to offer over 2,000 programmes near Lake Balaton
The Valley of Arts festival organised in the picturesque Kali basin, north of Lake Balaton, will offer more than 2,000 programmes at 36 venues between July 22 and July 31, the organisers said on Tuesday.
National Museum opens Micro-Folie digital mobile museum exhibition in central Budapest
The Hungarian National Museum (MNM) opened a temporary exhibition in partnership with Paris' Micro-Folie digital mobile museum at the Akvarium Club in central Budapest's Erzsebet Square on Monday.
Pianist Janos Balazs disc qualifies for US GP final
ImprovisArt, a disc by Hungarian pianist Janos Balazs, has qualified for the New York final round of the Music International Grand Prix in the adult piano category, the artist's management told MTI.
Hungarian press photo exhibition opens
The 40th Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition has opened in the courtyard of the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest, with images by 245 photographers selected from 5,800 entries, Gabor Viragos, the museum's deputy director said on Tuesday.
Jewish Art Days to host 11 performances between May 19 and June 9
The Jewish Art Days will be held in Budapest between May 19 and June 9, and feature 11 performances at five venues, organisers said on Friday.
Art exhibition uses banknotes, portraits, lyrics for cultural effect
Spanish artist Carlos Aires will have a solo exhibition “Cry Me a River” at Ani Molnár Gallery, District VIII, from April 14 to June 11, 2022.
Coronation mantle dates to first king of Hungary
As the repository of the history, art, and archaeology of Hungary since its foundation in 1802, the Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum holds many unique treasures, one such being the mantle that was worn by Hungarian monarchs at their coronations. King Stephen I (St. Stephen of ...
Ader opens Bosch exhibition in Museum of Fine Arts
One of the largest exhibitions of Hieronymus Bosch in the past fifty years opened in Budapest's Museum of Fine Arts on Friday.
Liszt Ferenc music academy joins new international museum initiative
The Liszt Ferenc University of Music's Liszt and Kodaly museums have joined the the Network of Houses and Museums of European Musicians, a new international network of memorial houses of musicians and composers.
Bosch’s Ship of Fools arrives in Budapest for exhibition
The Ship of Fools, the Paris Louvre's only title by Hieronymus Bosch (ca. 1450 - 1516), arrived in Budapest on Wednesday to be put on display in the upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts which will be one of the most significant ...