February 7, 2017
http://www.szabadidomagazin.hu/index.php?page=article&pid=4781 - Hungarian news portal szabadidomagazin.hu reports: Supported by Embassy of India in Budapest and Amrita Sher-Gil Cultural Centre, CEU's Center for Arts and Culture (CAC) and CEU's South Asia Research Group hosted Padmashri Pratibha Prahlad and the Prasiddha Dance Repertory on February 13th at the CEU Auditorium. The title of the performance was "Bharatnatyam: A South Indian Classical Dance Performance."
January 3, 2017
http://nepszava.hu/cikk/1116625-kivalo-zenek-es-eloadok-az-atlatszo-hang-fesztivalon/ - Hungarian news portal nepszava.hu reports: The most prominent figures of Transparent Sound will perform in Budapest between January 6 and 15 at the Transparent Sound New Music Festival.
April 8, 2016
Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag reports: CEU’s Center for Arts and Culture (CAC) organized an exhibition on the occasion of the International Roma Day entitled “Remember, Retell, Reclaim.” The exhibition presents works by students and alumni of CEU’s Roma Access Programs (RAP). Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the daily (4.8.2016. p.12. Nemzetkozi roma nap)
March 10, 2016
http://fidelio.hu/klasszikus/2016/03/10/ketnapos_beethoven_fesztival/ - Hungarian news portal fidelio.hu reports: As part of a two-day concert series, young musicians will tackle Beethoven"s complete symphonic repertoire in a contemporary reinterpretation for the chamber ensemble. Classicus Ensemble, which will perform the works, is made up of young musicians, sponsored by the Liszt Academy and CEU. The concert on April 2 will be free to attend. Further coverage items:
February 2, 2016
http://civilhetes.net/crossroads-keresztutak - Hungarian news portal civilhetes.net reports: The Center for Arts and Culture (CAC) at CEU organized a world music concert entitled “Crossroads” by world-famous Hungarian folk singer and UNESCO Artist for Peace Marta Sebestyen, Kalman Balogh and Sofia Labropoulou at CEU on February 9.
January 29, 2015
http://nol.hu/kultura/ilyen-a-szerelem-1512919 - Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: French photographer Bruno Bourel, who has been living and working in the Hungarian capital city since 1993 and is well known for his black-and-white photo-postcards taken in Budapest, will open an exhibition at the French Institute in Budapest. The article mentions that last year between January 27 and February 28, CEU’s Center for Arts and Culture (CAC) hosted his “Buffet à Glace” photo exhibition at the university.
September 20, 2014
http://mno.hu/grund/ez-a-nyitott-epuletek-hetvegeje-1248580 - Hungarian news portal mno.hu reports: The event series of the Cultural Heritage Days held this weekend focus on the age of historicism, World War I, and the buildings related to the Holocaust. During the two-day event, several hundred buildings, which are normally closed to the public, will open their gates all over the country and across the borders. The event at CEU will evoke popular cafe songs from the beginning of the 20th century.
September 9, 2014
http://www.hirado.hu/2014/09/09/nemzetkozi-tanckavalkad-az-l1dancefesten-2/ - Hungarian news portal reports: From September 17 to 21 in Budapest, L1danceFest is offering visitors performances and workshops by Israeli dancers, Japanese, Romanian, and Estonian shows as well as the premieres of Hungarian dancers. As an additional accompanying program of the dance jubilee, those interested can also visit the exhibition of Roland Szabo, an ethnic Hungarian photographer from Slovakia.
September 1, 2014
http://www.mymusic.hu/20140901_ultrahang_fesztival_trafo - Hungarian music news portal, mymusic.hu writes about the upcoming Ultrahang Festival, where Charlemagne Palestine is also a performer. The artist will also visit CEU on September 29. Other items of Hungarian coverage: http://444.hu/2014/08/25/visszater-az-orszag-legizgalmasabb-fesztivalja-ujra-lesz-ultrahang/
July 22, 2014
http://kulter.hu/2014/07/minden-csoda-harom-napig-tart/ - Hungarian cultural news portal reports: the “Accessories” exhibition of photographer Andras Jokuti, created together with the students of CEU’s Roma Access Program, was shown at the three-day Banki Lake (Bank to) Festival. The pictures depict the stereotypes faced by Roma.