Budapest is part of Europe’s cultural blood circulation: it welcomes home our fellow countrymen creating art abroad and is in a dialogue with international artworks.
In District VIII, every story, every tune, every taste and colour make us richer, be it Hungarian, Jewish, Gypsy, Greek, Arab, male or female – because here every voice matters.
Art lies on the street, all the world’s a stage. Take note, listen, let the public space you thought you were familiar with uncover itself from new points of view.
Margit quarter encourages us to reconquer our common spaces; the challenge is to establish a new relationship with each other and the city quarter. Convert an empty shop window into a gallery, populate public spaces with theatre, film and dance.
Everyone has a story which, once it finds a sympathetic ear, gains strength and becomes common. The encouraging examples of identity and solidarity
The stories of 100-year-old houses, contemporary installations and games for skills development open up numerous unique views of the unknown landscapes of Bartók Béla Street, the high street of Újbuda, gaining more and more popularity, and its vicinity.
In its cultural institutions with unique features, the Municipality of Budavár evokes the art of geniuses of their own times while it also helps the voices of local people to be heard.
Works of art interpreting the contradictions and connections of contemporary existence, the craze of a continuous present. Dependable and surprising sources of inspiration, from all branches of art.
Events encouraging participation and interactivity to be enjoyed outside of your comfort zone, even while moving around