12 September 2013.
Thursday 6 pm – 10 pm
“Good design is obvious. Great design is invisible” – walks in the collection:
6.15 pm and 7.45 pm Tünde Sütő: Home, Sweet Home – in Hungaryan
7.30 pm and 8.45 pm Krisztina Mácsay: Private Spaces and Public Property – in Hungaryan
8 pm Guided tour in English:
When Design is the Message by Fabienne Tafuri
Meeting point: top of the main stairs, outside the Italian Collection
6.15 pm Tibor Somlai interior designer
8.45 pm Áron Losonczi architect, inventor of light-transmitting concrete
We would like to draw visitors’ attention to the fact that only a limited number of participants are admitted to our guided walks, on a first come, first served basis - due to security reasons. Please take note of this.
Running programme: exhibition from the top 30 works of the Design Competition (First floor Ambulatory, September 12 – September 19 2013)
7 pm MUSEUM DESIGN – Flash Lectures (Baroque Hall)
Mátyás Misetics, creative director, Mitte Communications.
Katalin Szőke, PR deparment, Kassák Lajos Museum- on the red dot awarded to the museum in 2012 and the GOOD DESIGN award given by The Chicago Athenaeum
Museum Shops around the world – Nóra Winkler’s subjective tour
eRise Hungary Kft. – the company who produces the web design and website for the Museum and Institute of Military History, Budapest
8 pm DESIGN competition – Award-giving ceremony (Baroque Hall)
Workshop (Renaissance Hall, 6 pm – 9.30 pm)
- Cellux Group
- Design Terminal
MUSIC (Marble Hall, 6 pm – 9.30 pm)
DJ Matek Márk
CIDER TASTER (Marble Hall, 6 pm – 9.30 pm)
Cider draught from a bike AlmaCID
Special tasting for the first 200 people who drink AlmaCID
'A true English dish with a real English drink: Shepherd's Pie from Eszter Fűszeres' kitchen.'
Teahouse try out Big Ben Teahouse’s cooling and blood-stirring teas (Renaissance Hall)
Delicacies from Remíz Café and Beer House (Marble Hall)
Meet the Friends of the Museum (Marble Hall)
Themes and dates to come:
In 2013 Museum+ events are scheduled at alternating venues, at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery.
October 10 Wine and Intoxication – Hungarian National Gallery
November 14 Saints - Hungarian National Gallery
December 12 Christmas – Museum of Fine Arts