KREA – CONTEMPORARY ARTS INSTITUTE – DESIGN WEEK IN BUDAPEST

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“How talent triggers success?”

The answer will be found out during the Design Week event.

 Date and Place:

7 p.m.: Thursday, October 2, 2014.

 Contemporary Arts

District V., – 18., October, 6 Street, mezzanine floor, door 18. – Budapest

 

The KREA – Contemporary Arts Institute having the occasion of the Design Week will hold its gathering introducing the free academic and career portfolio shows, exhibitions and exam work for those of being interested. Budapest Design Week is held every fall throughout the city and is open to both for the public and the design industry.

The exhibition will be opened by Mária Nemes – Director and Laura Tégely – make up artist –  studied at London Collage of Fashion.

(Laura Tégely has a long list of professions. Her main occupation is a makeup artist. At  KREA  she is holding fashion makeup, fashion stylist, photography, graphic design, web design, exhibition of interior design programs. Organizer of the exhibitions of the examination works of students studying at the interior design degree programs.

Aattending at the emerging young PORTFOLIO conversations will have the opportunity to learn about the challenges they have had to overcome for a successful career.
During the evening well reknown experts will talk about their own career experiences.  The lecturers are in Hungarian language, but to have a look at the contemporary art genres may be exciting and having a splendid evening for the foreigners as well.

Update by. Aggie Reiter

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