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As the result of a Hungarian initiative the Art Nouveau World Day has been celebrated since 2013, and is already part of the official programme of the international Art Nouveau organisation Réseau Art Nouveau Network. On this day, several institutions from all over the world join in a series of programmes presenting this characteristic architectural and decorative style of the turn of the century. This year the art of this period will be demonstrated through dance, the culture of movement, the motion and rhythm immanent in Art Nouveau forms.

The main venue of the Hungarian events is the Budapest Museum of Applied Arts, with its series of expert lectures and the serpentine dance show performed in the Glass Hall of the Museum.

Exhibition related to the Art Nouveau World Day: Collectors and Treasures, permanent exhibition.


Guided tour of the museum building

  • 10:30–12:00 in French  TOUR IS FULL
  • 13:30–15:00 in English TOUR IS FULL

Dance show in the Glass Hall of the Museum
17.00 Serpentine dance (Hommage à Loïe Fuller): space-specific performance of the Hungarian Art of Movement Company
Choreography by Márk Fenyves and István Pálosi

Participation in the programmes and the visit to the exhibition Collectors and Treasures is free on this day but online registration in advance is necessary.

The Museum is entitled to change the above programme.
Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI).

The project is realised as part of the Danube Transnational Programme, with the financial support of the European Regional Development Fund, the European Union and the Hungarian state.



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