Focus Features to distribute Hungarian-British ‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ worldwide

American distributor Focus Features LLC has struck a deal to distribute worldwide British-Hungarian co-production Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris starring…

Müpa is 16 years old today

Müpa has held a lot of birthdays already. This time it will be its own! A leading cultural insitution of Hungary is 16 years old today.

A tour among the organ pipes with the Müpa loyalty programme

With a few clicks, one can register for free to collect points. The higher level we reach, the more discounts we get.

The many ornaments on the Müpa Christmas tree: PR and marketing awards!

The professional feedback shows that Müpa found the best way to feed the audience with great things and make the connection even stronger.

Miklós Lukács played the first tunes on this brand new cimbalom

The instrument was unveiled at a private event in the concert hall, in the presence of creator Ákos Nagy and cimbalom artist Miklós Lukács.

Remembering internationally recognised Hungarian artist Tamás Konok

His conscious and professional creative activity, high intellect and kind personality leaves an irreplaceable and painful hiatus behind him.

The concerts of CAFe Budapest bring a refreshing breeze in the world of restrictions

The 29th CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival is going to launch on the 9th of October. At a recent press…

Geotaxis: a duo exhibition at the Ani Molnár Gallery

Examination of imagery and layers of meaning associated with the abstract formal language. Reflection on modernist avant-garde traditions of abstraction.

Secundino Hernandez’s exhibition in Vienna extended until 1 August

Here we will see a broad spectrum of his abstract painting. Opulent, colorful, expressionist, but also monochrome and ascetically minimalist.

Drive-in cinema assures: no lack of music for the summer!

In the car, one feels completely detached from the busy area – nothing can draw our attention away from the screen and the radio signal…

Lifetime Beat Poet Laurate award goes to Hungarian poet Gábor Gyukics

The International (Individual Country) Beat Poets Laureate is a Special Lifetime Honor that is awarded by the National Beat Poetry Foundation, Inc.

Ani Molnár Gallery reopens in June! Until then, here is some more virtual art

Regarding the consolidation of the public health situation in Hungary, the Ani Molnár Gallery will reopen from 2 June with temporary, limited opening hours.

Video: Gábor Gyukics recites poems in two languages

Gábor Gyukics contributed to an online cultural event, UnDeR SZubCulT, where he recited poems in English and Hungarian. We are happy to share the video.

Hungary Live Talks – here you can watch the video!

A discussion of Beata Barda (Trafó House), Kristin Marting (HERE Arts Center) and Christina Liata (Onassis Stegi). Moderator: theater critic Tamás Jászay.

Hungary Live Talks – International Theater in the time of Coronavirus

L!ve Talks series is now online, posing the questions that every professional is facing right now to theater creators, managers, directors and performers.

When the artwork becomes a tool in the creation process: Zsolt Asztalos’ My Art series

This unusual surmounting over his own art and his playful generosity pervades the My Art series. The artworks on the photos never reveal their true nature.

Minyo Szert brings form to life at the margins of the figural

Contemporary artist Minyo Szert’s creative process is a time-limited, analogue photographic performance in the presence of a live audience.

African percussionists invite you to a night you’ll never forget!

Singer Mbene Diatta Seck, talking drum master Modou Mbaye and dancer Fatou Wore Mboup are joined by legendary veteran characters from the Dakar scene.

Exploring the idea of the collective between utopia and instrumentalization

For “Coexist”, Hód, along with her company Hodworks, and Bremen based dance company Unusual Symptoms collaborate with each other for the first time.

Child actors evoke the story of a horrendous child killer on Trafó’s stage

Rau uses the biography of the Belgium’s most notoriously shameful criminal to reflect on (re)presentation of human feelings on stage.

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