VISEGRAD VISIBILITY I. - Látványos Visegrád - 
FIRST YEAR/2010-2011

PROJECT FOR PROMOTING THE VISEGRAD COOPERATION

Part 10.
CLOSING EVENT OF THE FIRST YEAR OF THE VISEGRAD VISIBILITY PROGRAM
Presentation of Visegrad Journals 
January 28, 2011, 6 pm, Brno - Czech Republic
Skleněná louka, Centrum for contemporary and literary café 
Kounicova 23, 60200 Brno

On the occasion of the publication of the literarz journal HOST (Brno) including a special dossier on 'Pécs European Capital of Culture 2010'

readings, screening, music, discussions with

Viktor Horváth (Pécs), Katerina Tučková (Brno), Petr Cichon (Brno), Lydia Nagel (Budapest/Vienna), Szilvia Szarková (Bratislava), Éva Karádi (Budapest), Gabriella Csoszó (Budapest), Wojciech Prybylski (Warszawa)

Chaired by Marek Seckar (editor of HOST, Brno)



Part 9.
Multilingualism and literary canon in the Visegrad countries
January 26, 2011, Wednesday, 2 pm, Bratislava - Slovakia
Address: Konventna 13, 813 64 Bratislava

Round-table discussion in the Institute for World Literature of the Slovakian Academy of Sciences based on the discussion paper presented by Istvan Vörös, professor for Bohemist Studies at the Pázmány Péter University, Piliscsaba.

Panelists: Pavol Winczer, László Márton, Judit Görözdi
Discutants: Andrzej Jagodzinski, Péter Krasztev, Éva Karádi
Chair: Adam Bzoch, director of the Institute
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Part 8.
Visegrad Visibility - Visegrádi (be)látnivalók

January 19, 2011, 6 p.m., Corvinus University Central Library, Budapest (IX., Közraktár u. 4-6.) - Hungary

Photo exhibition of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group (Julia Baier, Markéta Bendová, Gabriella Csoszó, Barbara Holubova, Magdalena Malińska, Rachel Mikos, Chris Spatschek, Stefan Demming, Csaba Szentesi, Zsuzsa Varró)
Opening address will be given by Ákos Szilágyi

Followed by public debate: "What We Coud Do with Our Communist Pats?" by Axel Halling, Gábor Hushegyi, János Mátyás Kovács, Ágnes Orzóy


Part 7.
Selmecbánya látképe - Views of Banska Stiavnica
December 15, 2010, 6 p.m., Kossuth Klub, Budapest (VIII. Múzeum u. 7.) - Hungary

Photo exhibition of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group (Julia Baier, Gabriella Csoszó, Barbara Holubova, Magdalena Malińska, Rachel Mikos, Chris Spatschek, Csaba Szentesi, Zsuzsa Varró)
Opening address will be given by László Lugosi Lugo

Followed by literary readings of Mihály Kornis, Gábor Németh, Lajos Parti Nagy, Istvan Vörös

Read more: http://www.irodalmijelen.hu


Part 6.
Second Society
December 3, 2010, Friday 10.00-14.00, Brno - Czech Republic
Masaryk University, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Studies
room U34, Joątova 10, Brno-město, Brno

Hidden Ways of Informal Contacts between the Inhabitants of the Visegrad Countries – Cultural Transfers: Tourism, Trade and Labor Exchange before and after 1989

Presentation of the results of an international research, discussion of an ongoing research and some planned common project possibilities.

With contributions of Éva Kovács, András Lenárt (sociologists, social historians, Regio, Hungary) János Deme, Máté Zombory (social researchers, anBlokk, Hungary) Martyna Obarska, Artur Celinski (sociology, cultural and urban studies, Res Publica Nowa, Poland)
chaired by Éva Karádi and Miklós Vörös (social theorists, ELTE and MOME, Hungary)

 

Part 5.
Visegrad Presentation at the Buch Wien International Bookfair 
November 20-21, 2010, Vienna - Austria

More information:http://www.buchwien.at

November 20, 2010, 8 pm Café Prückel,
Literary reading and discussion with György Dalos, Lajos Jánossy, Regine Möbius, György Buda, moderated by Jonas Plöttner and Éva Karádi

November 21, 2010, 3.45 pm Literaturcafé at Buch Wien.
"Die Wende begann am Balaton"
Book presentation and l
iterary reading with György Dalos, Lajos Jánossy and Gábor Németh, moderated by Regine Möbius and Jonas Plöttner


Part 4.
Visegrad literary readings from the V4 countries at the East-West Passage Festival

November 3, 2010, Pécs - Hungary
House of Arts and Literature
17:00 East-West Passages Journal Meeting and Literary Café - the Lettre Journal and guests:

  • Three Crows/Drei Raben journal - Pécs special issue
  • Res Publica Nowa, Host, anBlokk and Lettre Visegrád journals special issue in English: "Are we East or West?"
  • Sprache im technischen Zeitalter, Literarisches Colloquium Berlin - literary journal
  • Kalligram authors
  • Editors and translators of the guest periodicals, with Wilhelm DROSTE, Artur CELINSKI, KUKORELLY Endre, Lutz SEILER, ZOMBORY Máté and others.

19.00 Lettre’s Literary evening
With: HÁY János, KUKORELLY Endre, LOVAS Ildikó, RADICS Viktória and KARÁDI Éva editor
Screening: EIKE

More information:
http://pecsikult.hu/en/events/show/50700/east-west-passage-2010


Part 3.
Cultural journals from the V4 countries at the Leipzig Literary Fall
Saturday, October 16. 2010, 5 pm, Leipzig - Germany
at the Literaturcafé of the  House of Literature Leipzig
(Haus des Buches, Leipzig, Gerichtsweg 28.)

Are we East or West? - Readings and discussion
Reading and discussion with authors (Przemisław Czapliński, Kateřina Tučková, Martin M. Simečka, György Dalos) and editors (Wojciech Przybylski, Marta Simečkova, János Deme, Eva Karadi, Wilhelm Droste) of the journals Res Publica Nowa (PL), Host (CZ), Salon.eu.sk (SK), anBlokk (HU), Magyar Lettre (HU), Drei Raben (HU), in cooperation with the Polish Institute, Leipzig, the Leipziger Literarischer Herbst and the Leipziger Literaturhaus.

Detailed program:

Dienstag, 12. Oktober 2010 um 20:00 Uhr
Feierliche Eröffnung 14. Leipziger literarischer Herbst - Es liest Péter Esterházy
Eröffnung durch den Bürgermeister und Beigeordneten für Kultur Michael Faber. Musik: Florian von Radowitz (Klavier) & Meriel Price (Saxophon). Moderation: Regine Möbius. Begrüßung: Steffen Birnbaum
Mittwoch, 13. Oktober 2010 um 19:00 Uhr
Kulturhauptstädte Europas: Pécs - es liest Viktor Horváth
Der Autor im Gespräch mit Imre Török und Wilhelm Droste. Musik: Valeri Funkner (Bajan)
Mittwoch, 13. Oktober 2010 um 20:00 Uhr
Leipziger Bibliophilen Abend - es liest Katja Lange-Müller
Die Autorin liest ihre Erzählung „Pan Leszek Birenzin, der Hund Kuballa und die schwarze Madonna von Tschenstochau“

Freitag, 15. Oktober 2010 um 19:00 Uhr
Kulturhauptstädte Europas: Istanbul - es liest Mario Levi
Moderation in englischer und deutscher Sprache von Markus Sahr
Samstag, 16. Oktober 2010 um 17:00 Uhr
Vision: Neues Europa - Sind wir Ost oder West?
Lesung und Gespräch mit Autoren Przemisław Czapliński, Kateřina Tučková, Martin M. Simečka, György Dalos und den Herausgebern Wojciech Przybylski, Marta Simečkova, János Deme, Wilhelm Droste, Eva Karadi der Zeitschriften Res Publica Nowa, Host, Salon.eu.sk, anBlokk, Magyar Lettre, Drei Raben. Moderation: Eva Karadi und Wilhelm Droste

Sonntag, 17. Oktober 2010 um 16:00 Uhr
MDR-Lese-Café mit György Dalos
Der Autor im Gespräch mit Michael Hametner. Musik: Stephan König (Klavier)
Sonntag, 17. Oktober 2010 um 19:30 Uhr
Die Wende begann am Balaton - Buchpräsentation des Plöttner Verlages
Es lesen: Deme Janos, Regine Möbius & Noémi Kiss. Musik: Brazz Chemnitz. Moderation: Eva Karadi und Jonas Plöttner

Part 2.
Visegrad Literary Readings
Who are we, where do we come from, where are we going?
September 17, 2010, Berlin - Germany
Focus Eastern Europe
- Visegrad Readings at Szimpla Coffee in Berlin, at the International Literature Festival

Literary history – Taking stock in the Visegrád countries
With György Dalos (Hungary), Radka Denemarková (Czech Republic), György DragománAnna T. Szabó (Hungary), presented by Silvia Szarkova 
The novels of Radka Denemarková and György Dragomán show different approaches to dealing with the past in the Visegrád countries. György Dragomán’s “White King” is a subjective examination of the experience of dictatorship seen through the eyes of a child. With the works of Radka Denemarková, the new wave, already established in Poland, now brings Czech literature face to face with the taboo themes of the past. Poetry has also reached this point, as in the work of Anna T. Szabó which deciphers perceptions of the past.

More information: http://www.berlinerfestspiele.de/en/aktuell/festivals/06_literaturfestival/ilb10_programm/ilb10_programm_gesamt/ilb10_ProgrammlisteDetailSeite_15770.php

 

Part 1.
Visegrad Travelling Workshops
Who are we, where do we come from, where are we going?
 
July 15-29, 2010, Bratislava - Samorin -Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia

15/07/2010 Welcome event in the Art Forum Book Shop, Bratislava, SK

15/07/2010 - 22/07/2010 Visegrad Visibility workshop, Samorin, SK

23/07/2010 - 29/07/2010 Visegrad Visibility workshop, Banska Stiavnica, SK

Our partner: the Art Factory http://www.banskastanica.sk/

List of Participiants:

Poland:Magdalena Malińska, Marta Mieszczanek, Jan Elbanowski, Dorka Budac, Teresa Worowska
Slovakia: Renata Deakova, Radim Labuda, Michael Tyrala, Jana Juránová, Janet Livingstone, Gabriella Magová, Eva Andrejcakova, Martin M. Simecka, Marta Simeckova
Hungary: Deme János, Berkovits Balázs, Török Tamás, Oblath Márton, Varró Zsuzsa, Szentesi Csaba, Kovács Éva Judit, Kovács János Mátyás, Enyedi Ildikó, Érdi Gabriella, Horváth Kata, Csoszó Gabriella, Karádi Éva, Törzsök Erika, Juhász Pál
Czech Republic: Silvia Szarkova, Marcel Tomásek, Marketa Bendova, Lenka Kubelová,   Barbora Holubová, Rachel Mikos, Martin Tharp
Germany: Julia Baier, Stefan Demming, Christoph Spatschek, David Bruchman, Lydia Nagel, Ines Sebesta, Wilhelm Droste

Program in Banska Stiavnica:

July 23, Friday, Art Factory
18.00 screening by Gabriella Csoszo, photographer
20.00 literary readings and discussions
"Dealing with the recent past of Communism"
with the participation of the writers Jana Juranova, Martin M. Simecka, and also with the editors of anBlokk, Lettre, salon.eu.sk and Res Publica Nowa

July 24, Saturday
12.00 - 20.00 at the main square „Piknik na Trojici” organized by Art Factory
20.00 screening at Penzion IsterJuly 25 Sunday
10.00 workshop at  Penzion Ister
followed by the visit of the mining skanzen-museum
15.00 discussion at Penzion Ister
Tutors:  Eva Kovacs sociologist, Jana Juranova writer and gender activist,  Julia Baier photographer (www.juliabaier.de ) and Gabriella Csoszo artist

July 26-29 workshop, team working, discussions

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