WORKSHOPS AT THE MAKOVECZ HOUSE You are probably also familiar with the phenomenon when your own inner will and intent make your perception sharper – when you hear the same song, the same dog barking from multiple sources; when you see the same colour crop up at different places; when you read the same sentence […]
Café Makovecz – Presenting the Seven Towers Festival
At the December event of the Café Makovecz series, Ybl-prize winner architect Lőrinc Csernyus will talk about the past and present of the Seven Towers festival. He will recall the early days of the festival, the experiences of recent years and also touch on this year’s festival venues and locations. The presentation will also feature […]
With the kind support of the Hungarian Academy of Arts, an exhibition showcasing Imre Makovecz’s works was staged in six Russian cities and in Mongolia’s capital. The exhibitions’ curator was Ybl-prize winning architect Lőrinc Csernyus, member of the Imre Makovecz Foundation’s board. The Café Makovecz event in November will feature a slide show and video […]
Seven Towers Festival 2018 – Opening ceremony
Venue: Makovecz Centre and Archives 18:00 Opening ceremony. Speech by TamásCsányi, conductor of the Cistercian Saint Emerich Church’s Choir. Event hosted by Pál Makovecz, chairman of the Imre Makovecz Foundation Board. 18:15 Imre Makovecz in Mongolia – presentation by architect Lőrinc Csernyus At the Fonó Music House of Buda 18:45 Concert by the Szászcsávási Band. […]
Judit Lechner: The mysterious world of flowers
Under the title “The mysterious world of flowers” a.k.a “ Delegates of distant continents in the Hungarian flowergardens” Judit Lechner holds a lecture in the Makovecz Center and Archives. “The spirit of a landscape is carried by locals, houses, churches, but also the flowers of the gardens. If we get to know them and use […]
Ars Sacra Festival – the sacral architecture of Imre Makovecz
The Ars Sacra Festival emerged from a “City mission” series of events held in 2007. The objective of the festival is to present the signs of hope in culture, and to help Europe with the means of art to find its roots again. The festival features a combined screening and presentation by Lőrinc Csernyus, Ybl-prize […]
Poems of László Nagy set to music
Concert by “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss, first winner of the Makovecz Prize and friends.
About folk art signs
Reconstructed version of the legendary lecture held by Imre Makovecz at Kaposvár in 1977, presented by actor Csaba Hüse, using original slides.