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Museum+ FebruaryOnline ticket purchase
REGISTRATION HAS BEEN FINISHED
Admission between 5.30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Those who registered in advance have priority until 7.30 p.m., and after that people can enter in the order of arrival.
At the admission desk you will be asked to identify yourself with the name and e-mail address you used for your registration.
Our successful Museum+ series will continue in 2019 with nine evenings of extended opening hours. The more than ten-year-old programme series awaits visitors with the usual events and introducing brand new themes every month: guided tours, workshops, guest stars, concerts, dance and literary performances, fine food and special wine selections will help everyone to explore and become better acquainted with the museum’s collections.
Following the practice of British museum evenings, in 2019 admission to all the Museum+ programmes at the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest will be free. So kick off the evening with us, bring your date here, discover the revamped collections and charge yourselves up with new experiences.
TAPAS- AND WINE VARIATIONS from the chef of the Fine Art Bistro
LOUNGE BAR – with radio DJ Zsolt Petrányi
ANCIENT TIMES REVIVED in the Collection of Classical Antiquities
Actors donning attires and playing roles from the ancient period will tell stories about the artworks in the collection and through that ’their’ lives and times.
6.30 p.m. Meeting a maenad (Erika Manyasz)
7.30 p.m. Meeting a master vase painter from Athens (Ádám Boros)
GUIDED TOUR IN ENGLISH in the Renewed permanent collections
7 p.m. Ágnes Mertus – Astonishingly modern – German Renaissance Art in the Museum
WORKSHOP – Creative island: Emissaries of Love
Make a miniature portrait and a decorative frame to match.
The workshop is led by Gabriella Dembitz; venue: Romanesque Hall
Classical and contemporary reflections – music, dance, theatre, poetry and improvisation in the collections
Strange things happen in the museum at night. Have you ever felt that a melody, a poem or a movement would be a perfect match for a work of art as it would convey the sensation and the fleeting magic you experience when looking at it? This evening, interesting melodies, well-known poems and movements will accompany the artworks in the museum’s collections of painting, enriching them with new colour and life.