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October 10, 2019

18:00 - 22:00

Location in museum: Szépművészeti Múzeum

10 October 2019, Thursday, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

The 2019 Museum+ evenings organised around the new permanent exhibitions of the Museum of Fine Arts can be visited thanks to the generous support of OTP Bank and MVM Hungarian Electricity Plc.

Our successful Museum+ series continues in autumn 2019 with three more evenings of extended opening hours this year. The more than ten-year-old programme series introduces brand new themes every month at its usual events. Guided tours, workshops, guided tours by guest stars, concerts, dance and literary performances, fine food and special wine selections will help you to explore the museum’s collections.

Kick off the evening with us. Bring your date here, discover the revamped collections and charge yourselves up with new experiences.

The events can be visited with a valid museum admission ticket or with a Museum+ ticket.

At our next, October Museum+ evening visitors will have the opportunity to view the permanent collection and also our new temporary, chamber exhibition Rembrandt and His Pupils. Drawings and Etchings from the Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest without the need to purchase a separate ticket. During the Museum+ evening tickets can be bought in the museum for the Rembrandt exhibition in the ticket offices too.

TAPAS AND WINE VARIATIONS from the Fine Art Bistro

LOUNGE BAR –Selector Emka

Selector Emka is the resident DJ of Jazzy Radio. She finished in the TOP 10 at the 2012 MR2 – Petőfi Radio and the 2015 VIVA Millersoundclash DJ competitions. 
She uses virtually all styles of music in her meshups and bootlegs but with a twist! She mixes Michael Jackson with twist, Avicii with rockabilly, and swing with hip-hop, while she layers the lyrics of old hits over the instrumental of new songs – or the other way round, the way the crowd wants it.
Anyone joining her party is in for a happy journey through music.
Venue: Marble Hall 

A variety of exciting guided tours will help visitors during the evening to become better acquainted and make their own discoveries in the rearranged and renewed collections.

7 p.m. Zita Kálmándy – Rembrandt 350 (Rembrandt and His Pupils, Michelangelo Room)
6.15 p.m. and 8.15 p.m. Szilvia Záray – Individualism vs. Collectivism (European Art 1250–1600, Room XV)
8 p.m. Eszter Süvegh – Vase-Picture-Story. –stories told on ancient vases and contemporary cartoon strips (Classical Antiquities)

WORKSHOP – Creative Corner
Led by: Edina Deme
Venue: Romanesque Hall, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

A collective game of self-exploration inspired by the collections of the Hungarian National Gallery, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Vasarely Museum and the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts.
Walk around among the paintings, find your own path, visit the stations of the game, and make decisions according to your temperament and taste until you find your painting alter ego.
Venue: Renaissance Hall

ANCIENT TIMES REVIVED in the Collection of Classical Antiquities
Actors donning the costumes of ancient persons and playing their roles tell stories about the artworks in the exhibition of the Ancient Antiquities collection and through them about the period and their everyday life.
6.30 p.m. Meeting an Athenian slave girl (Erika Manyasz)
7.30 p.m. Meeting an Athenian master vase painter (Boros Ádám)

Classical and contemporary reflections – music, dance, poetry and improvisation in the collections
Strange things happen in a gallery at night. Have you ever felt that an enticing melody, a poem or a movement would be a perfect match for a work of art as it would convey the sensation, the moment, 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 galleries, infusing them with new colour and life.
Dance: Patrik Keresztes, Tímea Keresztes
Bassoon: Jákob Betterman, Viktória Simonocs

Performed by: András Korcsmáros

We kindly inform you that due to monument protection regulations the number of participants in the presentations and guided tours is limited and on a first come, first served basis. Please make your plans accordingly.