Prayers by the Hungarian People - Folk art and applied art exhibition in commemoration of the Day of Hungarian Culture. The exhibition is on view between January 23, 2020 and April 5, 2020. In commemoration of the Day of Hungarian Culture, academic members and non-academic members of the Section of Folk Arts of the Hungarian Academy of Arts present an exhibition showcasing their artworks inspired by Hungary's national Anthem and Appeal as well as by church hymns and devotional folk songs.
11th Goldsmith Biennial
The works of about fifty Hungarian goldsmiths has been displayed at the 11th Goldsmith Biennial organized by the Association of Hungarian Fine and Applied Artists (MKISZ) and supported by MMA at the Klebelsberg Cultural Centre in Budapest. This is the largest exhibition of goldsmiths in Hungary. At the opening of the the event on 20 September President of MMA, György Fekete said that "we not only come together here to praise goldsmiths' art, but to take part in the continuity of culture".
The Béla Bartók of architecture
A one-day commemorating conference on the work and legacy of István Medgyaszay was organized by the Section of Architecture of MMA on 20 September at Vigado, centre of MMA and a memorial exhibition is taking place on his oeuvre at the centre of the Association of Hungarian Architects. At the conference fifteen experts gave lectures on one of the greatest Hungarian architects of the 20th century, István Medgyaszay (1877-1959).
Varaždin Baroque Evenings with Hungary
The Varaždin Baroque Evenings is the most prominent music event of central Croatia and it was founded in 1971. This year it is between 22 September and 5 October and the quest country is Hungary. Among the Hungarian performers are the Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra with conductor György Vashegyi, regular member of MMA, Xaver Varnus and Balázs Barnkopf, the Pannon Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, István Kónya lute player and Baroque Orchestra Savaria with artistic leader, Pál Németh.
Cellist János Devich passed away
In his 80th year of age cellist, music teacher and professor emeritus of Franz Liszt Academy of Music János Devich died on 27 September. He was an outstanding figure in Hungarian cultural and musical life. MMA regards his death as losing one of its own.