The TRANSYLVANIAN ART CENTER cordially invites you
to the opening of the exhibition of the artist Barna Éltesat Sfântu Gheorghe, Str. Libertății, no. 7, Arcades House exhibition halls
on Friday, 18 October 2019, at 18:00
The guests will be greeted by Zoltán Vécsi Nagy director of the Transylvanian Art Center The exhibition will be opened by András Dimény, artist
With the contribution of Miklós Demeter on flute
The exhibition can be visited between 19 October 2019 and 15 November 2019, from Tuesday to Friday, from 10:00 to 16:00, and on Saturdays between 10:00 and 18:00. >>>
ON THE OCCASION OF THE SZEKLERLAND DAYS’ 10th. Edition
the Hungarian Academy of Art and the Transylvanian Art Centre Cordially invites you on October 11th. at 18 o’clock to the opening of our exhibition entitledTRANSMISSION at the Transylvanian Art Centre
(Sepsiszentgyörgy, Olt street no.2, third floor exhibition halls)
the event’s host is Vécsi Nagy Zoltán, director of the Transylvanian Art Centre Opening speech: Hunor Kelemen president of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania Sándor Tamás president of the Covasna County Council
Csaba Borboly president of the Harghita County Council Ferenc Péter president of the Mureș County Council as well as
Péter Stefanovits leader of the Fine Art Section of the Hungarian Academy of Art The curators of the exhibition: György Jovián and ZoltánVécsi Nagy
The exhibition is open from October 12 to November 22, 2019, from Tuesday to Friday, between 10am and 5pm, Saturday between 10am and 6pm.
And also expects you the folowing day, on October 12th, saturday morning at 10 o’clock, at the Szekler National Museum’s Bartók chamber to the REGION-REGIONALITY – PROVINCE or ARTISTIC PROPERTY conference The guest will be greeted by Mihály Vargha, the director of the Szekler National Museum The moderators of the conference are:
Péter Stefanovits leader of the Fine Art Section of the Hungarian Academy of Art György Szücs, Deputy Scientific Director of the Hungarian National Gallery Lecturers participating in the conference:
József Gazda, Iréne Kányádi, Katalin Keserü, Gábor Lajta, Lajos Lóska, Gábor Pataki, György Szűcs, László Ujvárossy, Zoltán Vécsi Nagy >>>
Short presentation of the Transylvanian Art Centre (TAC)
In 1930, at the establishment of the ”Barabás Miklós” Guild, the writer Jenő Szentimrei summarized the aims of Transylvanian artists: „To create Transylvanian, European and contemporary art, striving for the most modern standards while preserving Transylvanian roots.” *
In the history of Transylvanian graphic arts/fine arts, the social necessity of a collection created in the spirit of regional/authentic identity has repeatedly risen. According to this need the idea of founding the Transylvanian Art Centre – as we previously called Transylvanian Art Museum – was one of the special aspirations of Transylvanian artistic life almost since the political change in 1989.
The main goal of the Transylvanian Art Centre’s is to create, within reasonable time, a realistic, cross-culturally appreciable, convertible self-image of the Transylvanian fine arts, both for itself and for the community . Therefore, the objective of the Centre is to collect, operate, display and present representative Transylvanian art created after 1920 . It also assumes professional care of artists’ legacy and saving their art for future generations.>>>
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EMŰK – Centre, str. Oltului nr. 2., Sepsiszentgyörgy
Casa cu Arcade – P-ța Libertății nr. 7., Sfântu Gheorghe
Str. 1 decembrie 1918. nr.2., Sfântu Gheorghe, jud. Covasna, România
From Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.