Visegrad Summer School

We are very pleased to share with you this year's Visegrad Summer School programme.

As...

As promised, we...

Your interest in recruitment to the Visegrad Summer School this year was really great! We’ve...

Recruitment is extended until 8th April

We are pleased to announce that due to the great interest in the project and the huge amount of...

The 11th Edition of the Visegrad Summer School

Monday July 2nd marks the eleventh edition of the Visegrad Summer School hosted by the Villa Decius Association, Krakow. This year’s edition will begin by hosting an inauguration which will honour the memory of President Vaclav Havel with a speech delivered by Jan Lityński, Advisor to the President of Poland.

Visegrad Literary Residency Program - open call...

The newly established by the International Visegrad Fund, the Visegrad Literary Residency Program consists of a series of residency stays and literary events addressed to writers of fiction and non-fiction, poets, essayists, critics as well as literary translators, publicists and journalists from the Visegrad Countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia).

The Villa Decius Association awarded the...

On 31 May in Prague, during the inauguration of the Polish Presidency of the Visegrad Group, the International Visegrad Prize was awarded.

Presentation of the Visegrad Sumer School in...

Discussion on cultural and educational co-operation of the V4 countries at Polish Institute in Budapest

 

Participants
Danuta Glondys, Ph.D., director of Villa Decius Association
Eva Karadi, Ph.D., editor of Hungarian Letre Internationale

Monday 21 May 2012, 5:00 pm

Lengyel Intézet

Missing Fate - Auschwitz Walls, exhibition in...

Opening: 2B Gallery, Budapest, May 2nd, 6pm
Discussion "Holocaust, remembrance, art": Goethe Institute. Budapest, May 3rd, 6pm
http://www.2b-org.hu/2b.html

MISSING FATE
The Walls of Auschwitz
László Rajk’s exhibition
"Although there are no graves at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the death camp is nevertheless
one of the largest cemeteries in Hungarian history. There are no graves or epitaphs,
though during the single year of 1944 several hundred thousand Hungarian Jews were

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