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Expat Art Scene: Where To See, Study & Exhibit Art
Art enthusiasts rejoice, creativity is in Budapest’s blood, from the work of great architecture that brightens up the cityscape, to the minds behind many of it quirky ruin pubs. If you’re a budding artist, newly arrived and keen to see what the city has to offer, or you’re a veteran expat seeking new inspiration, we found some great ways to get your creative juices flowing. more »
See What Happened @ Xpat Wine Picnic, Becketts Terrace Budapest
Words by Liz Frommer: "Irish sausage and Hungarian wine: a magical combination. Tasted some excellent wines. Met some fascinating people. Had a blast. A top evening out, thanks!" said Mary Murphy the morning after a fair few glasses of fine Hungarian wine. It was a special night indeed for guests of the Xpat Wine Club, as there were no less than five wineries on hand for guests to sample 18 different wines from in total. Where does Mary’s sausage reference come from you may wonder, well this ‘wine picnic’ was held at Declan O Callaghan's popular Irish Bar - now located at Liszt Ferenc tér - and it featured a few samples from the pub’s menu. more »
The Hong Kong Children’s Choir, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, 31 July
All Nations Lions Club Budapest: We have the pleasure to invite you to the Concert of The Hong Kong Children’s Choir at Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest Building C, 1st floor, Kupolacsarnok on 31st July (Friday) 2015, at 11.00 am more »

Uniquely Hungary: The Budapest Festival Orchestra, By Anne Zwack


Uniquely Hungary: The Budapest Festival Orchestra, By Anne Zwack
If asked what is the most famous Hungarian export one might mumble about salami and paprika and foie gras and then look vague. Meanwhile, I wonder how many people know on the other hand that the Budapest Festival Orchestra today is bringing the best of Hungary all over the world. more »

Now On: Art In Transylvania, National Gallery


Now On: Art In Transylvania, National Gallery
The exhibition Destiny and Symbol - Hungarian Art in Transylvania 1920-1990 presents the art from this region and period on an unprecedented scale. Instead of an approach based on existing stereotypes, the show introduces the lesser-known, hidden or completely unknown aspects of Transylvanian art. This comprehensive exhibition greatly relies on works loaned from public and private collections in Transylvania and Romania. Its nine sections demonstrate various features of the seven decades of Transylvanian Hungarian art. more »

Jewish Cultural Festival In Budapest To Offer Music, Theatre From Late August


Jewish Cultural Festival In Budapest To Offer Music, Theatre From Late August
The annual Jewish Cultural Festival will offer a wide selection of music and theatre in Budapest, Pécs and Szombathely between August 30 and September 6 this year. The organisers said that the 18th Jewish Cultural Festival will present klezmer, classical music, folk, jazz, rock and blues concerts as well as independent theatre performances. more »



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