HAA held a renewal assembly

On 7 September 2020 HAA held its general assembly at its headquarters in Vigadó, where the public body awards were handed over and the composition of the new presidency, which will take effect on 5 November, was decided by academicians and members of the general assembly. György Vashegyi remained the President of HAA and Marcell Jankovics was elected Honorary President.
September 14, 2020

"Knowledge infused with a decorative sensibility"

The architecture of Albert Kálmán Kőrössy
2019. June 15 - September 15.
The Hungarian Museum of Architecture and Monument Protection Documentation Centre has arranged an exhibition to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the architect's birth.

June 27, 2019

International felt art exhibition at Vigadó

Between 6 June and 21 July 2019 an international felt art exhibition can be seen at Vigadó, the centre of HAA with the works of fifty artists from ten countries. Seventeen exhibitors are from the following countries: Germany, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, USA and Japan. And thirty-three artists are from Hungary, Transylvania and Vojvodina.

June 20, 2019

Kecskemét Animation Film Festival again

The largest and oldest animation festival of Hungary, the Kecskemét Animation Film Festival (KAFF) has been organized for the 14th time. Screening more than 300 films at seven venues the festival, which is between 19 and 23 June 2019, is offering several exhibitions, masterclasses, book launches and related professional events. The one of the main sponsors of KAFF is HAA. One of the unique works premiered for the first time at the festival is going to be Ferenc Rófusz's new film, The Last Supper, in which the iconic mural of Leonardo da Vinci is animated in a symbolic way.

June 20, 2019

Renewed exhibition of László Nagy in Smolyan

The László Nagy Museum – also known as the László Nagy Memorial House – is located in the Raykovo Quarter of Bulgaria's Smolyan. It was first opened in 1981 and covers Nagy's work from the late 1940s until his death in 1978. The museum itself is housed in a 19th house made in the typical Bulgarian National Revival period of architecture with over 200 square meters of space. The Memorial House features among other things manuscripts, drawings, photos and personal belongings, a room with traditional rural furniture from the birthplace of the poet in Hungary. Between 2016 and 2019 the city of Smolyan completed the renovation of the museum with financial support from the Bulgarian and Hungarian state.

June 19, 2019
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