Day of Hungarian Culture – Exhibition and Craft Works – Budapest 2023.

KAFF Studio Event 2023

An exhibition organized on the occasion of the Day of Hungarian Culture, which will be held on Sunday, January 22, 2023 at 9.20 a.m. in the Cinema MOM movie theater. Venue:  District, XII., Budapest, 53. Alkotás street. Budapest.

Participation in the folktale screening, the exhibition and the craft session is free of charge. The exhibition is on display until March 22.

The exhibition was put together by the director of the episode, Mária Horváth, from the images of the episode “Cerceruska” from the 2002 series of the Kecskemét Animation Film Studio –  Magyar Népmesék – Hungarian Folk Tales.

At the opening, Ferenc Mikulás – founder and manager of the Kecskemét Animation Film Studio, will give a welcome the audience  and hopefully  Mária Horváth – Director of Cerceruska and a founding member of the Kecskemét Animation Film Studio, will also be present.

The opening of the exhibition, from 9.45 a.m. to 10.45 a.m.  Following the opening  event, children, parents and grandparents are invited to a craft session by watercolor painter and art teacher Emese Szandavári, Head of Art’Em Studio, who will hold an interactive creative workshop, connected to the rich motifs of Cerceruska.

After the craft program – after a short break hot chocolate and cake to be served for the children. The program series ends with a live music puppet show concert called Marzipan – The Cat (and The Lion) from 11 a.m. The fairy tale is one of the most popular domestic puppet theater productions, and generations have grown up on its entertaining story. In the spectacular, interactive performance, the leading singer-musician-actor married couple: Katalin Zsámár and Tamás Gay tell stories, sing, play the guitar, and play the saxophone while enlivening the story of Marzipan -The Cat.

Update: Aggie Reiter

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