Marco Polo Award
Everyone can draw
For the young generation we bring the drawing exhibition “Everyone can draw” by two young Hungarian artists – Zsófi Barabás and Zsuzsa Moizer to the National Library of Latvia. On the opening day, 6 October at 13:00, we will also organize a workshop for kids under the supervision of the artists. If you think you cannot draw, just wait till you see the exhibition and you will start drawing!
Stamp exhibition in Riga
We will continue with our travelling stamp exhibition from the Hungarian Stamp Museum, especially created for the Hungarian days. We will give once again an insight into the curious history of postal stamps. After the exhibition opening the children will have an opportunity to create their own stamp using their favorit cartoon heros, animals or something else for inspiration. The opening event will take place in the Riga Central Library, 4 October at 16:00. Exhibition will be open until 31 October.
Hungarian Days 2018
The Embassy of Hungary to Latvia is happy to announce that the Hungarian Days 2018 will take place for the 4th time throughout October. The Hungarian Days in Latvia have become a tradition dedicated to strengthening and celebrating cultural relations between Hungary and the Republic of Latvia since 2015. The Hungarian Days provide both Latvians and foreign visitors with opportunities to participate in, and enjoy all forms of arts and culture. During October, Hungarian artists, exhibitions and Latvian partners come together and invite everyone to participate in interactive and interesting activities to discover Hungarian history, design, cultural spirit and passion.
170 Years of the Hungarian Defence Forces
The launching event is going to take place in the Latvian War Museum on 1 October, at 16:00 with the exhibition “170 Years of the Hungarian Defence Forces”. It can be viewed for two weeks. By visiting the the installation one can see how the Hungarian Forces were developed from the establishment of the “National Guard” in 1848 till nowdays. Don’t miss this opportunity to get to know more about Hungarian history!