May 2014 | Art School in Budapest Art School in Budapest: May 2014

Art school in Budapest art school in English Language with NVC Nonviolent Communication courses

Art school in Budapest  art school in English Language  with NVC Nonviolent Communication courses

Monday, May 26, 2014

Art School in Budapest Picnic - May 31st

 One more wonderful school year is ending this week and we will be celebrating it with a fun arty picnic. Bring your friend on Saturday, May 31st from 16h
at Margaret island 
(the big lawn - see the map below)

Everyone big or small, young or old,  ASB student or not student  is welcome!

16 -17 - arrival, decorating and optional kite flying

17.30 -raffle
17.45 -19 - optional lantern making, optional kite flying
19 -  lantern inauguration
Please register: 
Please drop us an email at to let us know that you will be comming. This is important as in case of rain we will be able to inform you about the alternative place for the picnic.

What to bring? 

1 - A cup/mug to drink from
2 -  fruit, finger food and/or drinks to share with everyone
 3 - blanket, towel, pillow to sit on
4- an empty jar
optional: baloons, music instrument, outdoor games, kite, your dog,...

Where will the picnick be?

     For any further information and registration  please  call + 36 20 467 5051 or write to:       

Friday, May 16, 2014

ASB goes to Museum - Vasarely Museum Budapest

An interactive and expriential guided tour in English language for anyone age 6 -99      
Saturday, May 24th
 Victor Vasarely was a Hungarian-born French Op Art painter. He was best known as the "grandfather" of the Op Art movement of the 1960s. Vasarely was born on April 9, 1908 in Pecs, Hungary. He initially studied medicine, but soon abandoned the field to take up painting at the Podolini-Volkmann Academy. Vasarely went through a number of different styles before finding his groove in Op Art. During his start as a graphic designer, he was influenced by the artists of the Bauhaus and early Abstract Expressionism. He unstintingly took these principles to new levels of geometric precision and fostered the Op Art movement. His brilliant works went mainstream, in the forms of posters and fabrics. Not lacking in confidence, Vasarely used the proceeds to design and build his own museum in France. It closed in 1996, but there are several other museums in France and Hungary named after the artist. Vasarely died on March 19, 1997 in Annet-on-Marne, France.

please write to: or call: 20 467 5051
Your registration will be compleated after you covered the 1500Ft registration fee

Registration deadline: May 22nd, noon.
Minimum 10 visitors
1500 Ft  + enrance ticket of 800/400/0 Ft (for more information about the fees and discounts click here) NOTE: This is a non profit event. The cost of the art historian who will be giving us the tour is 15 000Ft. In case there is more than 10 participants at the tour, the fee will be reduced acording to the number of participants.  
Time: Saturday, May 24th, 13 h
meeting at 12.45 at the entrance of the museum (please register)

 Vasarely Museum, Szentlélek tér 6
1033 Budapest (Óbuda, district 3)

Public Transportation: H5 (HÉV to Szentendre,  from Batyányi tér and Margit híd)
Buses: 29, 34, 106,118, 134, 137, 218, 226, 237
google map click here