An exhibition entitled “War is Over! If You Want It – Tribute to Yoko Ono” will open in the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest next Sunday.
It is not yet known how long the restriction will remain in effect.
Bearing the title European Capital of Culture in 2023 is “an opportunity for Europe and for Hungary, and for Veszprém to further develop its cultural life and present it to domestic and foreign audiences”, György Hölvényi, MEP of Hungary’s allied ruling Christian Democrats, told an event at which the Veszprém-Balaton region’s programme was presented in […]
Magyar Modern – Hungarian Art in Berlin 1910-1930, the largest Hungarian art exhibition in Germany since the 1989-90 change in political system, opened on Thursday in the Berlinische Galerie.
Hungary’s Natasa Stork has been voted Best Actress for the film Ice Cream Can Be Dangerous at this year’s New York Film Week, the National Film Institute (NFI) said on Tuesday.
Poet Lóránt Kabai has died, Telex reports based on the family’s statement.
Simon Móricz-Sabján has been awarded this year’s Capa Grand Prize for Permanently Overcast, a photo series on life in Hungary’s Great Plain, the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center said on Friday.
Kabóca Puppet Theater in Veszprém is preparing for this season with five new shows, among other things, folktale adaptations and street theater performances are on offer – the theater’s director said at a press conference in Veszprém on Wednesday.
Tributes poured in for Hungarian jazz pianist and composer Béla Szakcsi Lakatos at his final resting place in the Fiumei Street cemetery on Tuesday.
Hungarian-born Imre Czomba has lived and worked in Los Angeles for over a decade. Meantime the composer made his fame in Hollywood, working in tv-shows and film projects (latest is Thousand Little Cuts). He became the Emmys and Grammys voting member. His classical symphonic film score album Fifty Years was recorded last autumn in the […]