“Renoir is art at the highest level,” said the minister responsible for culture and innovation in his video message at the opening of the Renoir – The Painter and His Models exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday.
Starting on Friday, the World Press Photo exhibition at the Hungarian National Museum (MNM) will present almost 94 photographs from all over the world.
Our Heritage Debrecen II. at a local history conference, the Civil House of the Year award was presented at the Déri Museum on September 18, 2023.
This week’s screening will be The Quiet Girl (dir. Colm Bairéad, 2022) at the IEAS Film Club.
The Critics Choice Association (CCA) is thrilled to announce the upcoming 8th Annual Critics Choice Documentary Awards (CCDA). This esteemed event is set to take place at the illustrious Edison Ballroom on Sunday, November 12.
Debrecen’s newest mural has been completed, which will now decorate the courtyard of the Rickl House at 39 Piac Street. The work was presented by Deputy Mayor István Puskás, János Angi, director of the Déri Museum, and historian Katalin Váradi.
This week’s screening will be The Menu (dir. Mark Mylod, 2022) at the IEAS Film Club.
Debrecen’s new mural is ready at 39 Piac utca, mayor László Papp reported on his social media page.
Orizzonti’s selection usually includes films that represent the latest trends in their aesthetics and expression.
Since 2004, the memory of Tamás Kiss – the founder of the magazine Alföld, József Attila Prize-winning poet – has been preserved by a relief in the middle of the Gambrinus, which has been wreathed by his admirers every year on his birthday, September 5.