Art Excursions In Hungary and Abroad

For the programmes of the actual year please visit the side "Current Programmes and General Information - 2014"

17-19 October 2013- Meeting Schiele - 3-day art excursion to Austria in the footsteps of Egon Schiele with Art Historian Kata Bodor









♦ 23-25 November 2012: In the footsteps of the Esterházy family – three-day trip to Western Transdanubia and Burgenland (Austria) with Art Historian Orsolya Radványi.








♦ 28-29 September 2012: two-day trip to the medieval churches of the Little Hungarian Plain and Csallóköz region and Pannonhalma with Art Historian dr. Zsombor Jékely










♦ 13-14 July 2012: Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Gustav Klimt's birth – two-day trip to Vienna with Art Historian Kata Bodor









♦ 22 June 2012: one-day trip to Kecskemét - visit to the Hungarian Museum of Photography with general Director Péter Baki, visit to the Cifrapalota, the House of Science and Technics (Tudomány és Technika Háza)

♦ 27 March – 4 April 2012: Egypt Uncovered - nine-day round-trip in Egypt with Egyptologist Máté Petrik

♦ 8-15 September 2011: The Birth of Renaissance Arts in Toscana – eight-day tour in Italy (Florence, Pisa, Lucca, Siena) with Art Historian dr. Zsombor Jékely

♦ 29 May 2011: one-day excursion to Szentendre (Skanzen, Kovács Margit Museum, artists’ colony)

♦ 14-17 April 2011: four-day trip to Munich with Curator István Németh on the trail of Marcell Nemes, art patron and collector

♦ 6-10 October 2010: The Art-Heritage of Madrid – five-day tour in Spain (Toledo, El Escorial) with Art Historian Éva Nyerges

♦ 18-19 September 2010: two-day excursion to Pécs and Villány (the sights of the 2010 Cultural Capital of Europe, and the Csontváry-, Vasarely and Zsolnay Museum, dinner with wine-tasting in Villány)

♦ 15-16 May 2010: Modern Vienna – Art Nouveau to Hundertwasser – two-day trip to Vienna with Art Historian Kata Bodor

♦ 19 September 2009: one-day trip to Debrecen (the exhibition of Munkácsy’s „Messiahs” at the MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts)

♦ 23-26 April 2009: Mucha round trip– four-day thematic tour in the Czech Republic (the life and art of Alfons Mucha, and the popular sights of Prague)