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Goulash Festival Association of Szolnok by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Hungarian Goulash It started 200 years ago, with the kettle of the people who lived on the Puszta. Perhaps goulash isn’t a Hungarian food. According to famous ethnographers, it’s originated from the Turkish, but maybe it’s the foundation of the simple shepherds, who added Paprika to it so became a special, famous Hungarian food worldwide. Some years ago, there was an international survey about the symbols of our country, Hungary. Mostly, goulash, paprika, Pálinka, horse-herd, the famous football team, Balaton and Budapest were the typical answers.
Míves Céh Publishing House by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
The Míves Céh publishing house was founed in 2004 by six Hungarian translators who set out to publish books and comics that stand out both in content and in appearance. Míves Céh publishes an anthology of black and white comics called "Fekete-Fehér Képregényantológia". It includes stories from internationally acclaimed titles from the US and Europe as well as brand new material commissioned from Hungarian authors.
Gaudens Pedit Collection by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
The Gaudens Pedit Collection is the most comprehensive and meaningful document on Hungarian art at the time of the country's opening to the West. The works date from the beginning of the 1980s up until the middle of the 1990s. The collection was built up between 1988 and 1994 by Christoph Achammer, Michael Neubauer, Gaudens Pedit, Kurt Sailer and Alexander Svoboda. At www.art-hungary.com the Gaudens Pedit Collection is being presented for the very first time. On show are 300 works by 29 artists complete with biographical information. For each artist you can find an up-to-date biography and bibliography as well as an oeuvre description with links to the works and artists mentioned.
Fine Arts in Hungary by kaixo, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
This site is dedicated to fine arts in Hungary from the beginnings in the Romanesque period up to the mid 20th century. In spite of the abundance of invaluable artworks, Hungarian fine arts are somewhat underrated outside the country. It is, therefore, the site's objective to present a full range of painting and sculpture in Hungary to a world-wide general public by introducing artists and their most important artworks.
Szentesi Manó Industrial Designer by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Industrial and metal designer: design, painting, graphic, interior design, film.
Gepetto - Hungarian design by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Some design objects from the studio: Cyclop - Cyclop is a simple usb computer trackball mouse. The name came from it one-eyed based on the system of the trackball mouse. The red eye is the ball, the switches are under the fur what gives the mouse look and a bizarre feeling.B-mek standing - Aluminium socket holder and a satin shade movable in transparent plexi tube synchronously with outside aluminium ring. Material: anodized aluminium, plexi. Design: Geppetto and Inge van Gheel. B-mek wireless - Anodised aluminium outer ring and inner light with rechargable battery in transparent plexi tube synchronously with outside aluminium ring, with led light in various colour. Material: anonized aluminium, plexi tube. Delicat smalltable - Wall mounted version of B-mek with led light in various colour. Material: anonized aluminium, plexi tube. Roll - The lamp which name came from it's form works with rechargable battery , the colour of the light changes while rolling the lamp. Material: plexi. Dr. Lamp - Strange and funny. As lampglove serves a glove made of rubber. The name came from the use of this kind of gloves in hospitals. Egg cup - Beautiful, funny and highliy functional. Made of three coffee spoons, it denotes squarely shat it has been made for: to be part and parcel of sunday mornings' lazy breakfast.
Industrial Design by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Kitchen Budapest by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
The spicy innovation lab: Kitchen Budapest, opened in June 2007, is a new media lab for young researchers who are interested in the convergence of mobile communication, online communities and urban space and are passionate about creating experimental projects in cross-disciplinary teams. KIBU offers a research lab space downtown Budapest, a basic grant for a dozen researchers, some equipment, and a dynamic workflow where sharing and helping is essential, and the freedom to capitalize any good idea. Being sponsored by Magyar Telekom(MT), the leading Hungarian Telco, there is a direct path where ideas and prototypes get reach larger audiences, in case MT and the project group finds ways to do so. KIBU's aim is build a platform where ideas are materializing and some end up in cultural context, some in the market. Art and technology: Kitchen Budapest regularly organizes exhibitions to present the prototypes, as well as works or projects from related institutions and professionals.
aether architecture by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Aether architecture is adventurous young design practice focusing on the convergence of new media and architecture. Aether architecture is about collaboration, founded by Adam Somlai-Fischer, Peter Hudini, Anita Pozna, working with many collaborators. On the site you can find: news, people, contacts, newsletter. artistic research: exploring the thresholds between architecture, people and media. interactive design: interaction experience engineering for online places and actual spaces. workshops & courses: low tech thinking in physical interactivity, architecture & media.
Architecture by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Babelmatrix Web Anthology by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
When two people from different European countries meet, they often use English as their common language. Literature can also play a great part in learning about each other's cultures. It is transmitted from one language to the other — thanks to the efforts of literary translators. Of course Babel Web Anthology offers only a glimpse into the huge bulk of literary translations. Their multiplicity can easily be handled by the possibilities of the Internet. The inclusion of texts both in the original and in translation allows for the promotion of one's national literature as well as first taking a glimpse into some other nation's literature through excerpts and then searching for the actual books. The site offers short excerpts only as Babel Web Anthology is intended for reading from display or printing a few pages.
Translations of Hungarian Literary Works by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
The database contains data about translations of Hungarian literary works published abroad since 1945. It also includes information about some former translations and some published in Hungary.
The District! by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Animated feature film, 2004. Story: The kids of the district grew up in constant rivalling and fights as their Gypsy, Hungarian, Arab, and Chinese families engage in everyday hostility. Yet Richie, the youngest of the Lakatos clan attempts to find a way to pacify the Csorba family, and especally their lovely daughter, Jules. As he soon reveals, the way to peace is through money, and that the only way to make money is to have oil. So the kids take a timetrip to the prehistoric age, and create their own oil reserves right under the district. After their return the exploitation of oil begins, radically changing the stance both in the school and in the general criminal environment of the area. And their sudden success draws some unwanted international attention to the district...
Filmkultúra by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Digizine of the National Film Archive of Hungary: news, films, profiles, essays, reviews, Örökmozgó, gallery, who's.
Hungarian National Film Archive by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
The Archive's duties: collection, acquisition, preservation, restoration, screening and professional storage of the Hungarian features, documentaries, newsreels, animations, popular science films and classics of world cinema. The Archive has the most extensive film collection in Hungary, approximately 64,000 inventory items. Some prints are lent for training, clubs and festivals. Hungarian films are permanently restored. Library is the largest and the single one in Hungary specialized on film with over 20,000 books, 4,000 volumes of periodicals, 3,500 scripts and 30 current foreign technical journals. The poster department preserves 53,000 posters and 200,000 photographs. The art cinema, Örökmozgó has an unique and highly exciting programme with a widely appreciated venue for exhibitions, meetings and debates. The periodicals are Filmkultúra published since 1960 and now available online, Filmspirál, Muszter, MovEast (English). Moving Picture Gallery (MozgóKépTár) is an unique bilingual (English-Hungarian) multiplatform publication offering information from an integrated system of 11 databases on over 10,000 films.
Films by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Garment Trade Training - Cegléd by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Bem József Secondary Technical and Vocational School. Vocational Training: After 2 years of foundation education, students take part in a 3-year training in the fields in fashion manufacturing, which involves practical instruction as well as theory. The high number of practical workshops enables them to be able to make skirt, trousers, dress, and jacket. Having obtained their trade certificate, graduates have constant opportunity to find job according to their skills in Cegléd and its neighbourhood. Technician Training: After earning their high school diploma, there is a 2-year training during which students acquire a deeper knowledge of the trade. During practical workshops they learn high quality manufacturing. The coursework prepares them to fill technician positions at any areas of clothing industry. The creative nature of the training is worth to mention, so they can develop their designing and, model drawing skills.
Vocational Schools by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Collegium Budapest by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Collegium Budapest - an Institute for Advanced Study and a Centre of Excellence. Collegium Budapest has been operating for 12 years now. The purpose of Collegium Budapest is to promote culture and the sciences by giving internationally recognized academics and young researchers an opportunity to pursue research of their choice in an international, intellectually stimulating environment. Following the model of the pioneering Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, the Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin and other similar institutions, Collegium Budapest is the first IAS-type institute in the post-communist region. By inviting outstanding Western and Eastern scholars to Budapest and offering them a common temporary workplace in the intimate medieval Castle district, the institute strove to rebuild – after 50-year-long isolation – the international contacts of scholars and academic institutions in the CEE region. In the course of these 12 years, Collegium Budapest has emerged as a major international academic centre and a model for new forms of academic co-operation.
ITCB Ltd. - Training by SiteAdmin, last updated: 2007-11-28 05:11
Postgraduate finance and banking training, state-recognised vocational qualification programmes, other certificate programmes. Courses on banking and finance, courses on the European Union, customised courses