Search XpatLoop.com
Home / Community & culture channel / Archive page 95
Thursday 29 Sep 2016
|
 
Keystone Business Solutions
The British International School

Educating Everyone to Make a Difference

The British International School
• Art Galleries in Budapest
more »
• Bi-lingual Schools Budapest
more »
• Cemeteries in Budapest
more »
• Charity Societies in Budapest
more »
• Childcarers in Budapest
more »
• Cultural Institutes in Budapest
more »
• Dog Walking Service in Budapest
more »
• Embassies in Budapest & Consultes
more »
• Expat Community Churches in Budapest
more »
• Family Law Firms in Budapest
more »
• Find Your Partner in Budapest
more »
• International Schools In Budapest
more »
• Kindergartens in Budapest
more »
• Language Schools in Budapest
more »
• Libraries in Budapest
more »
• MBA Providers in Budapest
more »
• Mothers and Toddlers in Budapest
more »
• Museums in Budapest
more »
• National Societies in Budapest
more »
• Photographers in Budapest
more »
• Scouts in Budapest
more »
• Translation Services in Budapest
more »
• Universities in Budapest
more »
• Women's Societies in Budapest
more »
Young Hungarian Photographer Exhibited In The Louvre
A young Hungarian photographer’s picture is to be exhibited at the Louvre, the world’s most famous museum, the artist has disclosed on her Facebook page. “My picture will be exhibited in Paris at Louvre!!!”, 22-year-old Flóra Borsi’s entry reads. The young photographer participared in the Exposure Award competition, gaining a total of 53 of 100 votes, but she nevertheless made it into the second round. more »
Forster Centre: Munkácsy Artwork On Loan To Hungary Safe
Art objects borrowed from abroad to be displayed in Hungary are under “strict protection” ensured by relevant laws, the Forster Centre, Hungary’s cultural heritage authority, said in a statement on Monday. Under the same rules, paintings imported to Hungary on condition that the object should in the future be returned to the country of origin, cannot be placed on a national list of protected artwork, the statement said. more »
Lázár: Action Over Munkácsy In Hungarian National Interest
Whereas it was “not the most sportsmanlike” to decree that Munkácsy’s Golgotha privately owned painting should be placed on a national list of protected artwork that cannot be taken out of the country, doing so was in the national interest, the government office chief said. János Lázár told a regular government news conference that museum professionals were in complete agreement that the painting owned by Imre Pákh, who has lent the prized work to a museum in the city of Debrecen, should be protected to ensure that it stays in Hungary. more »

Gramophone Honours Conductor Of The Budapest Festival Orchestra Fischer


Gramophone Honours Conductor Of The Budapest Festival Orchestra Fischer
Iván Fischer, conductor of the Budapest Festival Orchestra, is one of British classical music periodical Gramophone’s ten nominees for the title of Artist of the Year. The winner will be selected by readers of the magazine and announced at an awards ceremony on September 17. Musicians who were particularly successful in the past 12 years were nominated. more »

See What Happened @ Sunset Party, InterContinental Hotel, 3 June


See What Happened @ Sunset Party, InterContinental Hotel, 3 June
This special seasonal 5* event perfectly demonstrated the art of hospitality - in a stylish, welcoming and international atmosphere - featuring state-of-the-art technology, cool music, fine food and summer cocktails. Clearly this river-front hotel is not just a great place to stay, it’s newly extended terrace is a great place to party. Everyone in attendance was happy to pop on the complementary sunglasses and let the holiday feeling begin. more »

Hungary Launches Procedure To List Munkácsy Masterpiece


Hungary Launches Procedure To List Munkácsy Masterpiece
The cabinet office has initiated a procedure to prevent Mihály Munkácsy’s monumental painting “Golgotha” from being permanently removed from the country. “With the listing procedure, the government wants to keep this extraordinary work of our national painting in the Hungarian sphere of interest,” the national office in charge of oversight of cultural heritage said. “Naturally, the procedure will not prevent the owner of the painting from selling it, as its listing has no such purpose.” more »



0