The new picture book written by Rudolf Klein (architect, former iASK researcher ) will present the Central and Eastern European Jewish cemeteries
You can find the detailed program of the Kőszeg Castle Theater (Várszínház) Summer 2019 here in Hungarian!
Dogma and Care: On the New Ways of the Architecture – Ferenc Miszlivetz’s Opening Speech at Kunsthalle
This content is available only in Hungarian!
Időpont: 2019. április 25. 17.00 óra
Helyszín: Műcsarnok H-1146 Dózsa György út. 37.
The program presented the cultural heritage of the town including the Kőszeg Castle, the Sgraffito House (renewed by iASK) and many other famous buildings, churches and monuments and its amazing surroundings.
Lecturer: Ágnes Tiszeker (physician, president of the Hungarian Anti-Doping Group)
Date: 29th of April 2019 at 6 p.m.
The lecture will be held in Hungarian!
Science in the Pub
Date: 01st of April 2019 at 6 p.m.
Venue: Zwinger Oldtower Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel st. 16.
Lecturer: Ildikó Szommer – historian (Savaria Museum – Saint Martin Institute)
Date: on the 18th of March 2019 at 6 p.m.
Venue: Ibrahim Coffee-house and Restaurant Kőszeg H-9730 Főtér 17.
The lecture was held in Hungarian!
The “Expanded Reason” Symposium Series’ goals include observing anthropocentric science in various research fields like Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, Law, and Social Psychology.
Lecturer: Péter Krekó social scientist (Political Capital Institute)
Date: 25th of February 2019 at 6 p.m.
Venue: Hotel Írottkő Bár, Kőszeg H-9730 Főtér 4.
The lecture was held in Hungarian.
From December 10 to December 12
Reinterpreting Bartók for the 21st Century
Fritz Kreisler, the Virtuoso Wonderchild of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
Central Europe Then and Now… The Legacy of the Habsburg Monarchy
Book launch: Mitteleuropa Revisited
Years After the Monarchy: The Eszterházy Trió in Concert
Venue: Műcsarnok (MMA) Budapest H-1076 Dózsa György út 37 Opening ceremony: 6 pm 18. October 2018 Opening by: Géza Boros art historian György Sümegi: PICTURES OF 1956 – FROM THE OUTSIDE Works by Hungarian emigré artists on ’56 The exhibition shows a selection of the art created by the Hungarian diaspora on 1956. The works on display…