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St. Margaret’s Anglican Church Budapest, Harvest Dinner, 24 October
Our speaker for this special event will be renowned historian and prolific author, Norman Stone, an expert on the recent history of Central and Eastern Europe, the World Wars, and Turkey and the Middle East. Professor Stone has served as lecturer at Cambridge, where he completed his undergraduate work, and as professor at Oxford. He has worked over the years at the BBC, the Wall Street Journal, and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. more »
Makovecz Celebrations In Budapest In November
An award will be founded to mark the 80th anniversary of the birth of architect Imre Makovecz next month, Hungarian Academy of Arts president György Fekete announced at a Monday press conference. The architect will be honoured with a conference on his works, a concert, a new bust and new publications. The conference will be held in the Pesti Vigadó on November 23. Makovecz, born on November 20, 1935, died in 2011. more »
Hungarian Fashion Dolls For Children In Danger By UNICEF
Charity campaign with the cooperation of renowned representatives of the fashion world. After the original French campaign, where among others such famous fashion houses as Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior were represented, this time it was the cream of Hungary’s fashion designers who devised dolls with suitable clothes. The campaign was supported by noted designers and brands, such as Léber Barbara, Daalarna, Luan by Lucia, Je Suis Belle, USE unused, Slang Slang, Romani Design, Tomcsányi Dóri, Matyodesign, Manuéla and Manier Szalon. more »

See What Happened @ Xpat Wine Club At Brody Studios, 1 October


See What Happened @ Xpat Wine Club At Brody Studios, 1 October
By Liz Frommer: What do you get when you bring together six fabulous Hungarian winemakers with nearly 100 of XpatLoop’s wine lovers, all inside the cosy Brody courtyard? Well, a memorable evening of tasting and networking to be sure. On hand were wineries AX, Hertzka, Jammertal, Ruppert, Schieber, and Zsirai, all with an array of reds and whites to share, along with entertaining stories behind their creations. more »

Now On Until 3 January: 'Ludwig Goes Pop', Ludwig Museum Budapest


Now On Until 3 January: 'Ludwig Goes Pop', Ludwig Museum Budapest
The travelling exhibition developed within the international network of Ludwig Museums presents parallel pop art tendencies in Western and Eastern Europe. It is to be shown in several European cities and will occupy two entire floors of the exhibition space in Ludwig Museum, Budapest. more »

Art Market Budapest, Millenáris, Now On Until 11 October


Art Market Budapest, Millenáris, Now On Until  11 October
Art Martket Budapest, the international art fair established in 2011 presents a unique artistic composition in perhaps the most exciting exhibition halls in Europe, that, while it features some of the exhibitors welcomed even by the oldest art fairs, gives an emphasised presence to a younger generation of galleries and artists including the now emerging stars of the future. more »



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