VISEGRAD VISIBILITY III. - Látványos Visegrád - 
THIRD YEAR/2012-2013

PROJECT FOR PROMOTING THE VISEGRAD COOPERATION


Visegrad Visibility 2012-2013 - Presentation in the Visegrad Countries


Part 12.
VISEGRAD VISIBILITY
Closing Event of the Project
February 10, 2013, FUGA at 4.00 PM
Budapest - Hungary
Address: H-1052 Budapest, Petőfi Sándor utca 5. www.fuga.org.hu

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Presentation and discussion of the VISEGRAD VISIBILITY project with readings and concert. Presentation of the LETTRE Winter issue - Visegrad supplement. With the participation of Pavel Brycz, Gábor Csordás, Viktor Horváth, Patrícia Pászt, András Imreh, István Vörös and Mihály Dés, moderated by Eva Karadi.

Presentation of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group by Gabriella Csoszó photographer.

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at 6 PM: 
Choir Concert: SZABAD HANGOK Énekegyüttes - EZ NONSZENSZ!/This is Noncence!

Programme:

Seiber Mátyás (1905-1960): Three Nonsense Songs
Horváth Balázs (1976-): Suite bourlesque
Megyeri Krisztina (1974-): Sarkköri kűr - részletek
Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003): Nonsense
Ligeti György (1923-2006): Nonsense Madrigals - részletek
Eötvös Péter (1944-): Insetti galanti
Stephen Montague (1943-): Tigida Pipa

Partners:  


Part 11.
VISEGRAD LIVE
January 31, 2013, Hungarian Cultural Institute at 5-9 PM
Praha - Czech Republic
Address: I. Rytirska 25-27, Praha

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Presentation of the English language Visegrad journal VISEGRAD INSIGHT (Wojciech Przybylski, Marek Seckař, Martin Ehl, Eva Karadi, Máté Zombory)

Presentation and discussion of ongoing and planned VISEGRAD PROJECT

VISEGRAD JOURNALS (the Visegrad issue of Magyar Lettre, the Slovak issue of HOST, Brno, Hungarian issue of Revue Svetovej Literatúry, Visegrad issue of VLNA, planned projects of A2, PLAV, Res Publica Nowa)

VISEGRAD LITERATURE - Literary Babel in Visegrad Countries, Visegradliterature.net (Zsuzsa Votisky, Renata Deáková)

VISEGRAD LITERARY RESIDENCY (Róbert Gál)

VISEGRAD PLAYS (Lucie Ferenzová, Renata Deáková)

VISEGRAD CULTURAL CAPITALS (Pécs 2010, Košice 2013, Plzeń 2015, Wroclaw 2016) (Jacek and Martin Hamkało, Anna Wanik, Eva Karadi)

VISEGRAD VISIBILITY
photo exhibition from the first workshops of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group (Gabriella Csoszó, Julia Baier and the Visegrad Visibility Art Group: Markéta Bendová, Daša Bertoková, Tomaš Gindl, Barbora Holubová, Kata Kóti, Magdalena Malińska, Kata Somogyvári, Csaba Szentesi, Zsuzsa Varró, Zuzana Zborilová)
Exhibition opening with Jiřina Šiklová, Evžen Gál, Gabriella Csoszó

LITERARY CONCERT with the VISEGRAD POETESSEES: Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało, Kateřina Rudčenková, Anna Szabó T. and the (Q)Corelli-trio (Judit Rajk, Gábor Csonka, Géza Hargitai)
Music: Contemporary Absurds. (www.corelliconsort.com)




Part 10.
VISEGRAD LIVE
Visegrad Insight, Visegrad Writers, Visegrad Visibility
December 3, 2012, KC Dunaj at 7 PM
Bratislava - Slovakia

Exhibition of photographs from the Visegrad Visibility summer workshops, presentation of the Visegrad Insight journal, “literary concert” with this year’s Visegrad literary residents: Gábor Csordás, Róbert Gál, Viktor Horváth, Michal Hvorecký, Hubert Klimko-Dobrzaniecki, Katarína Kucbelová, Jan Těsnohlídek and the (Q)Corelli-trio - music: Contemporary Absurds. (www.corelliconsort.com) 

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Part 9.
DEBATE ON EUROPE/ VISEGRAD VISIBILITY
December 1, 2012, Petőfi Museum of Literature at 4 PM
Budapest - Hungary

As a panel at the "DEBATE ON EUROPE" - Readings and discussion with the participation of Visegrad literary residents: Gábor Csordás and Viktor Horváth, and the program leader of the Visegrad Visibility Project, Eva Karadi. Introduction: György Konrád, founder of the European Cultural Foundation, Budapest. 

Discussion on former Visegrad Visibility topics:
Second Society (Visegrad Visibility I.),
National Myths: "My Heroe, Your Enemy" (Visegrad Visibility II.),
Problems and Challenges of the of Posttransitional Period: Globalization, Social tensions (Visegrad Visibility III.)

In cooperation with the German Academy of Language and Poetry and the Allianz Kulturstiftung and the the "Belletrist Society" (Szépírók Társasága), Hungarian Lettre Foundation.

See more on the whole program of the debate.


Part 8.
VISEGRAD JOURNAL PRESENTATION
November 8, 2012, Re:public Gallery at 5 PM
Pécs - Hungary
Visegrad journal presentation and exhibition at the Zsolnay Cultural Centre, in Gallery Re:public, in cooperation with the Communication Department of the Art Faculty of the Pécs University (PTE), with the participation of Zoltan Bretter, Zsolt Farkas, Zsolt Szijártó and József Takáts.


Part 7.
VISEGRAD GLOBAL LOCAL
October 5, 2012
Warsaw - Poland
Readings (Visegrad Poetesse) and photo exhibition of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group at the Hungarian Cultural Institute, with the participation of  Katarína Kucbelová (SK), Kateřina Rudčenková (CZ) Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkalo (PL) and Anna Szabó T. (HU), moderator: Gáspár Keresztes.

More: www.platformakultury.pl

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EUROPEAN REVUE - "Visegrad Visibility" at the ELiT, the 4th European Literature Days in Spitz and der Donau (Austria) - September 22, 2012

Part 6
ZOOM ON VISEGRAD
September 22, 2012, Schloss Spitz, 7 PM
Spitz and der Donau - Austria
Literary Concert at the 4th Europaeische Literaturtage (ELiT)

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EUROPEAN REVUE - part II.
directed by: Alexander Hauer, director of the Sommerspiele Melk 

Visegrad Poetesse - Poetry readings with Katarína Kucbelová (SK), Kateřina Rudčenková (CZ) and Anna Szabó T. (HU)
Actors: Katharina Stemberger (Vienna), Johannes Silberschneider (Munich)

Contemporary Absurds and Splinters - Music performed by Corelli Trio (HU): Judit Rajk (Voice), Gábor Csonka (Violin), Géza Hargitai (Bassoon). Works by György Kurtág, Balázs Horváth, Gyula Fekete, László Borsody.
Introduction by Éva Karádi (Editor in Chief, Hungarian Lettre)

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Additional programs and events during the Visegrad Visibility Travelling Workshops in Praha and in Pécs

Part 5.
International Translator Seminar
July 9-10, 2012, 3-6 PM
Praha - Czech Republic

Central European Studies Department, Charles University
Lectures given by Gábor Csordás, Attila Pató, Judit Görözdi, Viktor Horváth. Roundtable discussion with Jenő Gál, Márta Pató, Szilvia Szarka, Eva Andrejčakova, Vlado Janček, Rolf Simmen, Rachel Mikos, Bori Csoma, Adél Gál, Eszter Honti, Éva Karádi.

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Part 4.
V4 Cooperation
July 4, 2012
Praha - Czech Republic

Presentation and discussion at the Czech History Teachers’ Summer School , lectures given by Petr Vagner, Jiri Kocian, Gabor Olah, Marianna Nagy and panel discussions with Wojciech Przybylski, Martin M. Simecka, Rudolf Chmel. 

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Literary concert of the (Q)Corelli Trio and photo exhibition of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group in Krakow, at Villa Decius. July 3, 2012  7.00 PM

Part 3.
ZOOM ON VISEGRAD
Literary Concert
July 3, 2012
Krakow - Poland
Photo  exhibition with concert at the Visegrad Summer School.

The Visegrad Visibility Art Group is a group of young photographers from the V4 countries. The art group was founded by the participiants of the Visegrad Visibility Summer Worshops (Samorin, Banska Stiavnica - 2010, Brno, Krakow - 2011, Praha, Pecs - 2012). The group is led by Gabriella Csoszo and Julia Baier.

The presentation shows the latest works of these two artists. The presentation followed by a concert of the Budapest based CORELLI TRIO will be at 7 pm. at Villa Decius

The program of the Corelli Trio: Contemporary Absurds and Splinters - music balancing the splinters of the past in the framework of the absurdity of the present. Works by Hungarian composers, B. Bartók, Gy. Kurtág, Gy. Fekete, B. Horváth, L. Borsody.



VISEGRAD VISIBILITY III - TRAVELLING WORSHOP - PRAHA (Cz), PÉCS (H)

Part 2.
VISEGRAD SUMMER WORKSHOP II.

Challenges of the Posttransitional Period 
July 11-15, 2012
Pécs - Hungary
Following the 8 days long workshop and research in Prague, the participiants of the travelling workshop move to Hungary, to Pecs, the former Cultural Capital of Europe,  to discuss the challenges of the posttransitional period in the context of Hungary. The debates are led and moderated by Eva Karadi (Hungarian Lettre) and Gabor Csordas (Jelenkor, the leaders of the photo and documentary workshop are Julia Baier (Berlin) and Gabriella Csoszó (Budapest).

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Part 1.
VISEGRAD SUMMER WORKSHOP I.

Challenges of the Posttransitional Period
July 3-11, 2012
Praha - Czech Republic
Following the succesful events of the last two years (Samorin, Banska Stiavnica - 2010, Brno, Krakow - 2011) the Visegrad Visibility Summer Workshop will start on July 3rd, 2012 in Praha. This year the workshop focusing on problems and challenges of the of posttransitional period: globalization, social tensions, migration.

During the workshop there are lectures by and debates with:

Filip Pospisil, Petr Kucera (Prague City Council) - Prague urban development and Roma integration problems
Members of the Prague Watch group - urban development
Nicolas Maslowski (the Department for History of Sociology, Prague University)
Jirina Siklova, sociologist
Yvette Vašourkova (Centre for Central European Architecture)
Zdenka Lammelova (the Heinrich Böll Stiftung).  

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Opening event of the workshop:
PHOTO EXHIBITION OF THE VISEGRAD VISIBILITY ART GROUP:
„Visegrad Global Local” 
The exhibition in Prague will be opened at July 3, 2012 at 18.00, at Mlynska Kavarna, Prague, by Gabor Olah (Masaryk University, Brno) and Katarina Rudcenkova, poetress. The exhibition is curated by Gabriella Csoszo and Barbora Holubova.

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