Hungary at the Venice Glass Week

At the Venice Glass Week on 11 September a presentation was made by Hungarian art historian and curator, András B. Szilágyi about the influence of Venetian glass on Hungarian glass art. Also on this day HAA held a professional day, where András B. Szilágyi asked glass sculptor László Lukácsi, a regular member of HAA, as well as three artists with HAA scholarships, Daniella Koós, Balázs Sipos and Balázs Telegdi about their career and the conditions for staying in the career during a round table discussion on contemporary glass art. 
September 22, 2023

National Athletics Centre: the crown of the queen of sports

For nine days the whole world could admire the grand sports facility designed by Marcel Ferencz, who is a regular member of HAA. 

September 2, 2023

International creative camp in Slovakia

For the first time HAA organized a summer creative camp with the participation of HAA art scholarship recipients.

August 28, 2023

Art historian Katalin Dávid celebrating her hundredth birthday

On 16 August Katalin Dávid, the Széchenyi Grand Prize winner, internationally renowned art historian, art writer and regular member of HAA became a centenarian. In her best-known works the epoch-making figure in the history of Christian culture in Hungary explored the world of Christian iconography and biblical symbols.

August 28, 2023

This year's PLEINAIR was a success

Three weeks, five countries, six nations, twenty artists and forty exhibited works

This year's PLEINAIR'23 - Csongrád International Creative Center was once again organized by the SZÖG - ART Art Association. The Csongrád Art Gallery and Art Colony hosted the town's outstanding art event between 9 and 30 July, and the masters and students meeting was organized for the 12th time as part of this event. The final exhibition, the organization of which was supported by the Szeged working group of HAA was opened on 28 July 2023 by art historian Anna Váraljai, HAA scholarship recipiemt in the Cultural Center and City Gallery.

August 26, 2023
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