2nd National Salon of Applied Arts and Design

The first salon presenting the latest achievements of Hungarian applied arts and design took place at Műcsarnok (Kunsthalle), the institute of HHA five years ago in 2017 with the participation of 208 artists. This year at the second salon with the same theme the number of exhibiting artists have been extended to more than 300. Ten branches of art is sharing a common space ranging from post-industrial design to the most recent works of autonomous studio art, from objects of everyday use to fine art experiments. Therefore the title of this grand-scale exhibition is Common Space. Artists from four generations have contributed their works, from doyens to talented young people at the start of their careers. 
April 21, 2022

Foreign ministry, art academy sign cultural diplomacy cooperation pact

Hungary's foreign ministry on Friday said it has signed a cooperation agreement with the Hungarian Art Academy (MMA) on supporting cultural diplomacy programmes. The purpose of the long-term agreement is to formalise cooperation between the two institutions on the promotion of Hungarian art abroad. 

April 25, 2022

General assembly of HAA

HAA held its first general assembly of the year on 5 April 2022 at its centre in Vigadó, where the 2021 public body awards were also handed over. In addition to approving the reports of the president, the presidency, the sections, the committees and the Secretary-General, and the general assembly was informed of this year's art and professional program plan, the general assembly also elected a Vice-President. 

April 13, 2022

„Most Beautiful Moments of Ours…"

2022.02.16. - 2022.04.30.
Celebratory exhibition in Vigadó by Klára Kósa, corresponding member of HAA. "It is always a pleasure for me to prepare for my exhibitions. I plan, I create and I certainly am both excited and anxious. But I finally get calm when I see the results of my artistic work and observe the diverse realisations of my thoughts. I am happy to show my audience something of the colours and hues of my world."

February 22, 2022

Villa Walter Rozsi renewed

Villa Walter Rozsi designed by József Fischer (one of the outstanding figures of modern architecture in Hungary) working with his wife, the engineer Eszter Pécsi, was commissioned by the famous opera singer Rozsi Walter and her husband, the textile merchant Geza Rado. The villa, which is one of the most outstanding pieces of interwar Hungarian modern architecture, has been restored by the architect László Kokas. The symbolic key of the Villa was handed over by György Vashegyi, President of HAA to the director of MÉM-MDK, Kornél Almássy on 29 March. 

April 6, 2022
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