In connection with the International Year of Glass - 2022, the Bohus-Lugossy Foundation is organising the following events next to the Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok).

Night of Museums (24-25 June) - 2022 International Year of Glass

Location: Budapest, Hősök tere, promenade next to the Kunsthalle

Start: Friday, 24 June at 20.00, eve of the Night of Museums

End: Sunday, 26 June at 22.00.
 

1.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Glass Artists - Night of Glass Artists

Friday, 24 June at 20.00, on the eve of the Night of Museums

Time: 20.00-23.00

 

On the eve of the Night of the Museums, on Friday 24 June at 20:00, the flames will be lit in the glass melting furnace and the three-day open mobile glassworks programme will begin as part of the International Year of Glass - Hungary.

Friday's programme will be led by Czech glass artist and glassblowing master Jan Vyskocil, who will bring his own self-designed and built mobile glassworks equipment to Budapest for the Night of Museums weekend (24-25-26 June) to demonstrate traditional hand-crafting of glass to the interested public, with the participation of Hungarian and other international glass artists.

 

The Night of The Artists will bring together contemporary glass artists for an informal, fun-filled glassworks programme to meet the Czech glass artist leading the workshop and try out his glass-working tools, which will be used to give exciting and spectacular demonstrations to visitors to the Kunsthalle on Saturday and Sunday.

Visitors of the Friday's programme can enjoy a unique experience: they can feel the unique atmosphere of a real glass workshop and admire the playful shaping of glowing malleable glass in a real glass workshop.

Come and see how glass is made!

 

2.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Bohemians

Saturday. 25 June, 10.30 a.m.

Time: 10.30-23.00

 

Not only can you see it up close, you can also try glass blowing!

Guaranteed success for young and old alike! Don't miss this unique experience!

On Saturday 25 June, in the morning, from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, the Parádsasvár Glass Manufactory will offer spectacular and entertaining family and children's activities at the mobile glassworks tent at the side of the Kunsthalle, where everyone can learn the basics of glassmaking and even try it out!
 

On Saturday 25 June, in the evening, from 18.00 to 24.00, Hungarian glass artists will join the workshop of Czech glass artist Jan Vyskocil, to create special unique glassware together, which we will make even more memorable with hands-on experience and narration, accompanied by music and real, unadulterated Czech beers on tap!

 

3.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Museums After

Sunday, 26 June, 10.30.

Time: 10.30-23.00

 

On Sunday, 26 June, in the morning, from 10.30 am to 15.30, the Parádsasvár Glass Manufactory will again offer spectacular and entertaining family and children's activities at the mobile glassworks tent at the side of the Kunsthalle, where everyone can learn the basics of glassmaking and even try it out!

Not only can you see it up close, you can also try glass blowing!

Guaranteed success for young and old alike! Don't miss this unique experience!

 

On Sunday, 26 June, in the evening, from 18.00 to 22.00, the glass artists of Saturday evening will return, joined by other young glass artists to create special and unique glass objects together with the masters.

Come and see for yourself the alchemy of glass, how this ancient material is transformed from a liquid, malleable mass into a beautifully crafted, eye-catching, shimmering work of glass art.

In connection with the International Year of Glass - 2022, the Bohus-Lugossy Foundation is organising the following events next to the Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok). Night of Museums (24-25 June) - 2022 International Year of Glass

In connection with the International Year of Glass - 2022, the Bohus-Lugossy Foundation is organising the following events next to the Kunsthalle (Műcsarnok).

Night of Museums (24-25 June) - 2022 International Year of Glass

Location: Budapest, Hősök tere, promenade next to the Kunsthalle

Start: Friday, 24 June at 20.00, eve of the Night of Museums

End: Sunday, 26 June at 22.00.
 

1.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Glass Artists - Night of Glass Artists

Friday, 24 June at 20.00, on the eve of the Night of Museums

Time: 20.00-23.00

 

On the eve of the Night of the Museums, on Friday 24 June at 20:00, the flames will be lit in the glass melting furnace and the three-day open mobile glassworks programme will begin as part of the International Year of Glass - Hungary.

Friday's programme will be led by Czech glass artist and glassblowing master Jan Vyskocil, who will bring his own self-designed and built mobile glassworks equipment to Budapest for the Night of Museums weekend (24-25-26 June) to demonstrate traditional hand-crafting of glass to the interested public, with the participation of Hungarian and other international glass artists.

 

The Night of The Artists will bring together contemporary glass artists for an informal, fun-filled glassworks programme to meet the Czech glass artist leading the workshop and try out his glass-working tools, which will be used to give exciting and spectacular demonstrations to visitors to the Kunsthalle on Saturday and Sunday.

Visitors of the Friday's programme can enjoy a unique experience: they can feel the unique atmosphere of a real glass workshop and admire the playful shaping of glowing malleable glass in a real glass workshop.

Come and see how glass is made!

 

2.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Bohemians

Saturday. 25 June, 10.30 a.m.

Time: 10.30-23.00

 

Not only can you see it up close, you can also try glass blowing!

Guaranteed success for young and old alike! Don't miss this unique experience!

On Saturday 25 June, in the morning, from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, the Parádsasvár Glass Manufactory will offer spectacular and entertaining family and children's activities at the mobile glassworks tent at the side of the Kunsthalle, where everyone can learn the basics of glassmaking and even try it out!
 

On Saturday 25 June, in the evening, from 18.00 to 24.00, Hungarian glass artists will join the workshop of Czech glass artist Jan Vyskocil, to create special unique glassware together, which we will make even more memorable with hands-on experience and narration, accompanied by music and real, unadulterated Czech beers on tap!

 

3.

Programme: Mobile Glasswork programme

Night of The Museums After

Sunday, 26 June, 10.30.

Time: 10.30-23.00

 

On Sunday, 26 June, in the morning, from 10.30 am to 15.30, the Parádsasvár Glass Manufactory will again offer spectacular and entertaining family and children's activities at the mobile glassworks tent at the side of the Kunsthalle, where everyone can learn the basics of glassmaking and even try it out!

Not only can you see it up close, you can also try glass blowing!

Guaranteed success for young and old alike! Don't miss this unique experience!

 

On Sunday, 26 June, in the evening, from 18.00 to 22.00, the glass artists of Saturday evening will return, joined by other young glass artists to create special and unique glass objects together with the masters.

Come and see for yourself the alchemy of glass, how this ancient material is transformed from a liquid, malleable mass into a beautifully crafted, eye-catching, shimmering work of glass art!

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