Hungarian National Museum

GATEWAY TO OTHER WORLDS IN THE HUNGARIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM

For one night only the Hungarian National Museum turns into a magical gateway to new dimensions. Spiritual heights and depths, ascending to and descending from other worlds, crossing borders, meeting sacred and profane: HNM will guide your soul!

24 June 2017, Saturday 2 PM – 2 AM

Programmes

Temporary exhibition |exhibition, guided tour
The exhibition of diploma works of graduating students in conservation (Hungarian National Museum and Moholy-Nagy University of Art and... More
Temporary exhibition |exhibition, guided tour
Materials basically considered leftovers: paperprints, pieces of metal, vehicle parts and driftwood start a new life as artworks while they... More
Temporary exhibition |exhibition, guided tour
This exhibition opens up different worlds via personal literary and curatorial guided tours. What changes have been made in the political,... More
14:00 to 19:00
|other
The blood donation truck of the Hungarian Red Cross will join us for the day in the Museum Garden. Join the community of people giving... More
18:30 to 19:00
|dance
Dance performance by TangoFactory mixing art and sensual intertwining www.tangofactorybudapest.hu
19:00 to 20:00
|dance
Learn how to dance with the help of TangoFactory mixing art and sensual intertwining www.tangofactorybudapest.hu
19:00 to 20:00
|music
Kraków Street Band grew very popular with the tourists in their home city. Their very first acoustic performances were held on the main... More
19:30 to 20:30
|attraction, exhibition, guided tour
Re-formations – Re-acting the age of religious disputes (Hungarian language)
20:00 to 21:00
|dance
Learn how to dance with the help of TangoFactory mixing art and sensual intertwining www.tangofactorybudapest.hu
20:30 to 02:00
|attraction
Night projection of light – between the virtual and material world
22:30 to 23:30
|attraction, exhibition, guided tour
Witches and witch trials. Was Erzsébet Báthory the Devil’s wife? (Hungarian language)
00:00 to 01:00
|attraction, dance
The duo of Zoltán Grecsó and Beatrix Simkó puts the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice into a modern context while Ádám Szabó, archeologist and... More