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VOLUNTEER GUIDE TRAINING IN ENGLISH in the Hungarian National Gallery

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VOLUNTEER GUIDE TRAINING IN ENGLISH
in the Hungarian National Gallery


Autumn 2016

The training consists of two components: the Docent Training Workshop and a two-part lecture series.

The Docent Training Workshop focuses on the practical aspects of docenting – largely presentation and interpretive skills. This Training Workshop is a series of required classes, open only to prospective docents. These classes meet on Tuesdays, after the Art Studies lectures, from 13.00 to 14.30.
The Art Studies Lecture Series in Autumn 2016 consists of two main parts: a course on 20th Century art in the Hungarian National Gallery, and an additional thematic lecture series that examines the connection between the rich symbolism of the Bible and art. These lectures are open to the public – all are welcome!

It is essential that prospective Docents have a fluent grasp of the English language, although it is not necessary to be a native speaker.


The fee to train as a docent is HUF 50,000. A detailed description of each lecture series follows below. If you are interested in applying as a Docent-in-Training, please contact the Docent Programme of the Museum Education Department at docent@mfab.hu.
If you wish to attend the lectures but not become a docent, you may attend any of the Art Lectures for HUF 2,500 per lecture and the Bible Illuminates Art for HUF 1,800 per lecture. All are welcome. Advance registration is not required – come when you can!
ART LECTURE SERIES
Modern Times  – Hungarian Art between 1896 and World War II
Tuesdays 10.15 – 12.00
4 October to 22 November 2016
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The permanent exhibition of twentieth-century art
presents the most decisive artists and endeavours
from the period between the turn of the century and
the end of World War II. Modernity and tradition,
avant-garde and folklore, foreign suggestions and local
atmospheres – we will examine that exciting period of
the Hungarian art.
Enjoy the works of the most important Hungarian
artists, while learning more about the fascinating
culture in which these masterpieces were created!
Explore the collection of the Hungarian National
Gallery during this seven-week lecture series.
Tuesdays 10.15 – 12.00
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4 October to 22 November 2016

Volunteer Guide Programme
ART LECTURE SERIES
| AUTUMN 2016
Modern Times
Hungarian Art between 1896
and World War II
The permanent exhibition of twentieth-century art
presents the most decisive artists and endeavours
from the period between the turn of the century and
the end of World War II. Modernity and tradition,
avant-garde and folklore, foreign suggestions and local
atmospheres – we will examine that exciting period of
the Hungarian art.
Enjoy the works of the most important Hungarian
artists, while learning more about the fascinating
culture in which these masterpieces were created!
Explore the collection of the Hungarian National
Gallery during this seven-week lecture series.
Tuesdays 10.15 – 12.00
|
Art Lecture Series
AUTUMN
2016
Everyone is welcome – the lectures are open to all.
No need to register in advance. Come when you can!
Cost
For Docents-in-Training: this series is included in the
overall training fee.
For guests: HUF 2,500 per lecture
Just buy a ticket at the lobby of the main building
cashier right before the lecture. Please ask for a
“Docent Art Lecture Ticket”. Please note that the
lecture is in another building.
You do not need to pay for entry to the Museum in
addition. After the lecture, please feel free to use
this ticket to enjoy all the galleries in the permanent
collection.
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Hungarian National Gallery,
Building B, Ground Floor

Docent Programme,
Museum Education Department
Phone: (+361) 469 7180
Email: docent@mfab.hu
Modern Times
Hungarian Art between
1896 and World War II
Tuesdays 10.15 – 12.00

tober
From the Dissolution of the Monarchy to the
Communist Takeover – a brief history of Hungary
in the first half of the 20th century
Lecturer: Ágnes Mertus

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