What’s art got to do with it? Expanding the role of artists in society. Public talk by Laura Raicovich, Director of Global Initiatives at Creative Time
Social recognition, social influence, self-justification, empathy, aggression, prejudices and fears…
The story is set in a small provincial town. If there is such a thing as bourgeois drama, then this is a middle-class play,
in the sense that the plot takes place in everyday locations and involves simple and vulnerable characters.
“No posturing, no dissonance, not a single false note. It feels good to see and hear The Symptoms dare to be — and know how to be — themselves.” (Csaba Králl, Élet és Irodalom)
Nylon Group’s newest performance called BurialFeast is based on different after life cults and personal experiences. ..
Hungarian visual artist Eszter Kálmán’s new project mixes genres, and experiments with puppetry and dance. Using motifs from ‘Swan Lake’, the performance focusses on change and transformation, and on the theatrical and visual possibilities of the living and the inanimate. A piece without any language barriers.
Juranyi Gallery invites you to the opening ceremony of the exhibition Almost nothing can be almost everything on the 6th of February 2014 at 7 p.m.