All programmes – 8. kolozsvári magyar napok

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THURSDAY

3 AUGUST

18.00 Selections from the art of Béla Gy. Szabó – exhibition opening. Curator: Beáta Bordás, art historian
Organisers: Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca, Gy. Szabó Béla Memorial House
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

 

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THURSDAY

10 AUGUST

18.00 Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay – exhibition opening. Curator: Richárd Kosinsky, art historian
Organisers: The Kovács Gábor Art Foundation, The Debrecen Reformed Theological University, Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

 

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FRIDAY

11 AUGUST

18.00 The Life – Work of László Paulovics – exhibition opening. Curators: Lajos Kántor, Attila Iakob, museographist.
Organisers: Kolozsvár Society, Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca, The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

 

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SATURDAY

12 AUGUST

Károly Kós Memorial and Performance Hiking Tours, 14th edition, on three routes, in four variants:

6.30–7.00 Kós Hiking 55 (53.06 km): Cluj, The „Church with Rooster” (START) – Hoia Forest – Kányafő – Kis – Martonos – Bátori hill – Kapulat saddle – A3 motorway – Gârbău road – Gyerőfi ramp – Dumbrava, Reformed parsonage – Jegenye, turn off to the stone mine – Ordományos – Riszeg peak – Szentimrei Villa (DESTINATION)
8.30–9.30 Kós Hiking 10 (11,02 km): Stana, railway station (START) – Csiga – domb – Riszeg peak – Szentimrei – villa (DESTINATION)
8.30–9.30 Kós Hiking 25A (26.66 km): Stana, railway station (START) – Stana, Reformed church – Petrinzel, Reformed church – Almási fort – Jebucu, Reformed church – Riszeg peak – Szentimrei – villa (DESTINATION)
8.45–10.00 Kós Hiking 25B (23.76 km): Stana, Reformed church (START) – Petrinzel, Reformed church – Almási fort – Jebucu, Reformed church – Riszeg peak – Szentimrei – villa (DESTINATION)

Károly Kós Memorial and Performance Cycling Tours, 3rd edition, on three routes:

7.00–7.30 Kós Cycling 60 (60.88 km): Cluj, The „Church with Rooster” (START) – Hoia Forest – Kányafő – Kis – Martonos – tető – Bátori hill – Kapulat saddle – A3 motorway – Gârbău road – Gyerőfi ramp – Dumbrava, Reformed parsonage – Leghia resthouse – Ordományos – Riszeg peak – Stana, Szentimrei Villa (DESTINATION)
10.00–10.30 Kós Cycling 40 (40,16 km): Gârbău road (START) – Gyerőfi ramp – Dumbrava, Reformed parsonage – Leghia resthouse – Ordományos – Riszeg peak – Stana, Szentimrei Villa (DESTINATION)
10.30–11.00 Kós Cycling 25 (23.91 km): Dumbrava, Reformed parsonage (START) – Leghia resthouse – Ordományos – Riszeg peak – Stana, Szentimrei Villa (DESTINATION)

Remark: After the arrival, cycling participants will have to ride about 6 more kilometres to reach the vehicles that will transport them home.

Registration for the tours must be done IN ADVANCE (NO registration at the START point) on the webpage of the tours: www.ekekolozsvar.ro/teljesitmenyturak and in the registration offices: in the secretariat of the “Szabadság” daily newspaper or the office of the Nyilas Misi Talent Support Association. More information about the tours can be obtained from the following e – mail addresses: kett@ekekolozsvar.ro (cycling), or gyett@ekekolozsvar.ro (hiking).

11.00 Anniversary gathering at the bell of Tibor Bálint – the opening of the series of cultural programmes of the Hungarian Cultural Days of Cluj. Host: Emese Egyed, president of the Tibor Bálint Friendly Society. Actor Gábor Viola reads from the works of the writer. Musicians: Albert Márkos (violin), Gyula Ortenszky (cello)
Organiser: Tibor Bálint Friendly Society
Venue: 30 Dornei St.

11.00–20.30 Hungarian Equestrian Day of Cluj
11.30 Gallop competition preliminary rounds
12.00 Kincsem Sports Association – Equestrian Tournament
12.40 Gallop competition middle rounds
13.00 Puppet theatre show – János Hajós
13.30 Béla Tunyogi: Equestrian Archery Presentation
14.30 Trial of Strength of Plough – Horses (one – horse)
15.30 Equestrian Tricks presented by the Transylvanian Equestrian Stuntmen’s Association
16.30 Start of distance riding competition
17.00 Viktória Hamza: On horse language – free suppling
18.00 Gallop competition finals
18.30 Lehel Pászka: Equestrian Archery Presentation
19.30 Trial of Strength of Plough – Horses (two – horse)
20.30 Tombola Drawing, camp – fire
Organiser: Turul Archery Sports Association
Venue: Szilaj Horse Ranch

15.00 The Memory of Those Left Behind – open air exhibition in the memory of the beloved ones of the 1849 Arad martyrs. The exhibition is officially opened by its initiator, Kata Molnár – Bánffy
Organisers: Carola Association, Balassi Institute – Hungarian Cultural Centre, Sf. Gheorghe
Venue: The entrance of the St. Michael’s Church

16.00 Treasured Cluj Almanac – book presentation
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum, Tonitza Hall

17.00 The Memory of Mária Berde and Amál Dóczyné Berde: the memory of writer, poet, literary translator Mária Berde evoked by literary historian Gyula Dávid; lecture about the Berde family by cultural historian György Gaal; the oeuvre of painter Amál Dóczyné Berde eulogised by art historian György Székely Sebestyén. Special contribution: actress Andrea Vindis

18.00 Amál Dóczyné Berde – immersion in her oeuvre, exhibition opening. Curator: György Székely Sebestyén, art historian.
Organisers: Házsongárd Foundation, Quadro Gallery, Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum, Tonitza Hall

19.00 Gala of the 6th Wandering Folk Dance Camp of Kalotaszeg
Organisers: Kalotaszeg NTE Association, Pro Nádasmente Association
Venue: Mera, Szarka lot

23.00 Heltai Dance House
Venue: Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

 

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SUNDAY

13 AUGUST

10.00 Ecumenical worship service opening the 8th Hungarian Cultural Days of Cluj at the Evangelic – Lutheran Church

11.00 In Counter – Light. In memoriam József Deák – the photo exhibition is opened by retired Reformed minister Miklós Ferenczy, head of White Gallery. Exhibitors: Adrienn Bozsoki, Ferenc Fazakas, Endre Jójárt, Márta Kalló, Mária Korom, István Lőrinczi and Elemér Mezei. Curator: Bozsoki Adrienn
Organiser: Transylvanian Carpathia Society – Cluj 1891 photo club
Venue: The White Gallery pf the Reformed Church in Titulescu Street

16.00 Depiction of the village and of peasants in Transylvanian paintings, exhibition opening. Curators: Alin Samochiș, Éva Végh.
Organiser: The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography
Venue: Reduta Palace/ The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography

17.00 My Big Blue – the exhibition opening of diver photographer Tibor Dombovári. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organiser: The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Tailors’ Bastion

18.00 The King Matthias group of statues – the symbol of Cluj. Photo exhibition curators: Ancuța – Lăcrămioara Chiș and Ucu Bodiceanu.
Organiser: The Former Cluj Association, The Cultural House of Cluj-Napoca – Casa de Cultură a Municipiului Cluj-Napoca
Venue: The Tailors’ Bastion, attic

18.00 László Mátyás lithographic print exhibition opening
Organiser: Origo Cultural Association
Venue: Uránia Palace

18.00 The Best Man. Curse, Lament, Psalm and Singing – A Phantasy about Endre Ady by the songs of Miklós Bretan, Mihály Eisikovits and Béla Reinitz. Performed by: actor Róbert Laczkó Vass. Accompanied by pianist Gergő Nagy
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum, Tonitza Hall

19.00 Saxophone–organ concert. Performers: Zoltán Rémán (saxophone), István Potyó (organ)
Organiser: Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

19.00 The Beautiful World of Coral Seas – presentation by diver photographer Tibor Dombovári
Organiser: The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, event hall

20.00 Balaton band concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Arkhai Sculpture Park, Vlaha

23.00 Heltai Dance House
Venue: Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

 

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MONDAY

14 AUGUST

10.00–16.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

10.00–16.00 László Szabédi Open Day
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Szabédi Memorial House

12.00–20.00 Arany 200 Bus – The Travelling Exhibition of the Petőfi Literary Museum
Organisers: Petőfi Literary Museum, The Consulate General of Hungary, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The square in front of the Hungarian Theatre

12.00 “The Transylvanian Society is not to be called a Scientific Society, only a philological society” – opening of the exhibition to commemorate the anniversary of György Aranka. Curators: university professor Emese Egyed, librarian Ildikó Másody
Organisers: Academic Library, Transylvanian Museum Society
Venue: Academic Library

12.00 Magical Kalotaszeg – a presentation of Kalotaszeg folk costumes. Works are presented by: artisan Tibor Bálint; collector László Győr and photographer Géza Vas.
Venue: Minerva House, Éva Cs. Gyimesi Room

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–13.00 Cluj Folk Dance Show – Presentation of the ensembles participating at the 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Meeting
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square

12.00–15.00 Pottery painting and glazing for beginners and advanced artisans
Organiser: Forgó Artisans’ Home
Venue: Forgó Artisans’ Home workshop

13.00 The exhibition of the participants at the 2017 Transylvanian Summer University presenting the architects awarded life achievement awards at the Regional Biennales of the Transylvanian Branch of the Order of Romanian Architects. The open-air exhibition is presented by architect Szabolcs Guttmann.
Organiser: The Transylvanian Branch of the Order of Romanian Architects
Venue: The Northern fence wall of the Franciscan monastery in Cluj (the fence on the side of the O. Petrovici St.)

15.00 with Open Eyes – evening of conversation, special summer edition: At the intersection of partial truths – migration in Germany seen with a Hungarian eye. Invited guests: cultural historian Irén Rab, former Hungarian lecturer at the University of Göttingen and Reformed minister Dániel Csákvári from Munich. Host: Róbert Laczkó Vass
Organiser and venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Albert Györkös Mányi Memorial House

16.00 Wine “flower” – opening of the exhibition of master flower designer Judith Metz
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

16.00 “By the time the leaves fall …” Memories about the Great War – World War I Exhibition opened by university professor and ethnographer Ferenc Pozsony. Host: Zsolt Jakab Albert, the President of the Kriza János Ethnographic Society
Book presentation: Iván Bertényi, jr. – László Boka – Anikó Katona (eds.): Propaganda – Politics, Everyday and High Culture, Art and Media in the Great War
Ibolya Bereczki – Ferenc Pozsony (eds.): Message from the Frontline: The Letters of Artilleryman Ferenc, 1914–1918
The volumes are presented by László Boka, the Director of Research and Academic Affairs of the National Széchényi Library, and Ibolya Bereczki, the Deputy Director of the Hungarian Open Air Museum of Szentendre.
Organiser: Kriza János Ethnographic Society
Venue: The headquarters of the Kriza János Ethnographic Society

16.30 Mimesis V.: Csend – Tér – Kép. Opening of the 5th Mimesis Contemporary Visual Art Festival
Organiser: Origo Cultural Association
Venue: The cellar of the Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

17.00 To the Glory of God – images of the ecclesiastical objects and the Lord’s table textiles of the Sălaj Reformed Diocese (16–18th century). The exhibition is presented by historian and archaeologist István Bajusz, PhD, and Éva Lakóné Hegyi, retired archaeologist and chief museologist. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organisers: The Consulate General of Hungary, the Sălaj Reformed Diocese, the Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, and the Transylvanian Museum Society
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, event hall

17.00 Monuments Seen with the Eyes of Students – exhibition opening. Curators: Melinda Blos – Jáni and Mira Marincaș
Organiser: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Transylvanian Audiovisual Association
Venue: Bocskai House

17.30 A King in Disguise: The Cult of King Matthias in Cluj. Guides of the sightseeing tour: Zsófia Gál and Boglárka Víg. Meeting in front of the house of birth of King Matthias.
Organiser: Korzo Association

18.00 “Delete” of Katalin Győri. A performance of the 10th grade pupils of the drama class of the Tg. Mureș Art Lyceum.
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: János Zsigmond Unitarian High School, “K” hall

18.00 Wine Tasting: Presentation of the Lechburg Winery – Lechința (in Romanian)
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

19.00 The festive opening gala of the 8th Hungarian Cultural Days of Cluj. Speakers: Balázs Gergely chief organiser, the President of the Treasured Cluj Association; László Tőkés, the President of the Hungarian National Council of Transylvania; Hunor Kelemen, the President of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania; László Kövér, President of the Hungarian National Assembly.
Dance Canon – Hommage à Kodály. The performance of the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble. Director – Choreographer: Gábor Mihályi, the Artistic Director of the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble.
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Hungarian Opera of Cluj

23.00 Opening party – the music of our days: DJ Hunay
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

 

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TUESDAY

15 AUGUST

10.00 Walk in the Házsongárd Cemetery. Hungarian language guided tour by: Erzsébet Gergely, the President of the Házsongárd Foundation. Meeting at the main entrance of the cemetery.
Organiser: Házsongárd Foundation

10.00 Motto: Water – Our Blue Gold. A lecture by László Kékedy – Nagy: Water in Our Environment
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, Agricultural Science Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

10.00–20.00 Arany 200 Bus – The Travelling Exhibition of the Petőfi Literary Museum
Organisers: Petőfi Literary Museum, The Consulate General of Hungary, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The Square in front of the Hungarian Theatre

11.00 Motto: Water – Our Blue Gold. A lecture by Ildikó Mócsy: Natural Radioactivity in Waters
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, Agricultural Science Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

11.00 Ilona Mersdorf – Pál Horváth: We Do Not Talk About This – book presentation. Host: Gyula Szabó
Organiser: Kriterion Publishing House
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

11.00 As Water Reflects the Face – a performance of Osonó Theatre. Directed by: Misi Fazakas.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The hall of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

11.00 Hungarian language guided tours of exhibitions “Amál Dóczyné Berde – immersion in her oeuvre” and “The Life – Work of László Paulovics”. Guide: Attila Iakob, museographist.
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–13.00 Cluj Folk Dance Show – Presentation of the ensembles participating at the 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Meeting
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square

12.00–15.00 Pottery painting and glazing for beginners and advanced artisans
Organiser: Forgó Artisans’ Home
Venue: Forgó Artisans’ Home workshop

12.00–17.00 Projection of the short films created by the students of the Faculty of Theatre and Television of the Babeș – Bolyai University
Organiser: BBU, Faculty of Theatre and Television
Venue: BBU, Faculty of Theatre and Television, Room 43

12.00–18.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

13.00 The exhibition of the participants at the 2017 Transylvanian Summer University presenting the architects awarded life achievement awards at the Regional Biennales of the Transylvanian Branch of the Order of Romanian Architects. The open-air exhibition is presented by architect Szabolcs Guttmann.
Organiser: The Transylvanian Branch of the Order of Romanian Architects
Venue: The Northern fence wall of the Franciscan monastery in Cluj (the fence on the side of the O. Petrovici St.)

13.00 Romanian language guided tours of exhibitions “Amál Dóczyné Berde – immersion in her oeuvre” and “The Life – Work of László Paulovics”. Guide: Attila Iakob, museographist.
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

15.00 Actresses: Theatre Stage and Society Once and Today. Invited interlocutors: actresses Réka Csutak, Enikő Györgyjakab, Éva Imre, Andrea Kali, Tímea Udvari. The discussion is moderated by: Katalin Ágnes Bartha, Gabriella Nóra Tar.
Organiser: Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

15.00 Meeting Like in a Poem – interactive poetry workshop. Invited guest: poet Katalin Cseh. Hosts: Tünde Kocsis and Emese Rózsa Széman
Organisers: ŐszinTE Theatre of Poetry, Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Györkös Mányi Albert Association
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Györkös Mányi Albert Memorial House

15.00–20.00 Heltai Folk Day
15.00–16.30: Children dance and Playing House with live music
16.00–17.00: How did the Kodobas become Codoba? Secondary identity assumptions at a family of Gypsy musicians in Transylvania – a presentation by ethnographic researcher Csongor Könczei
17.00–20.00: Music of Nations – the concert of the musicians of the 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Gathering, the Csereklye, Harmadik, Tokos, Rezeda, Ördöngös, Kontrabanda orchestras, as well as the musicians from the Palatca Band and Kalotaszeg
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: The headquarters of the Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

16.00 Hungarian language guided tour of exhibition “Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay”
Organiser: Korzo Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

16.00 Baroque Monuments of Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by: Iringó Tóth Gödri, art historian (MA, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

16.00 The 12th Visual Arts Creation Camp in Jebuc – 2017. The exhibition is opened by Zsolt Szabó, literary historian. Curator: Klára Essig – Kacsó. Opening hours of the exhibition: 16–31 August, daily between 10–18.
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

16.00 Hungarian Photographs. Photo Exhibition organised by the Hungarian Academy of Arts.
Opening and guided tour by László Haris, the curator of the exhibition. Works from: Gyula Ádám, Imre Benkő, László Haris, Péter Horváth, Béla Albert Polyvás and Sándor Sára.
Organisers: Hungarian Academy of Arts, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: 4 Iuliu Maniu St.

16.00 Literary evening of Endre Kukorelly, writer, poet, journalist, winner of the József Attila Award. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organiser: The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, event hall

16.00 Júlia Sigmond: Doloro – the book is presented by Júlia Szilágyi
Organiser: Exit Publisher House
Venue: Herepei house

17.00 The Memories of 20th Century Industrial History in Cluj (IX). Sándor Kerekes, Katalin Szőcs: The history of the Heavy Machinery Combinate in Cluj (CUG). Meeting and lecture. Motto: Bring a souvenir! Host: Enikő Bitay, the general secretary of the Transylvanian Museum Society
Organiser: Transylvanian Museum Society Technical Sciences Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

17.00 Roaming about in Sălaj – opening of the exhibition of the works of the pupils studying at the Apáczai Csere János High School. Professional coordinator: Géza Székely
Organiser: Apáczai Csere János High School
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street, tower hall

17.00 Castle in Transylvania – photography exhibition opening. The exhibition can be visited between Wednesday and Saturday (16–19 August), daily between 10–18.
Organiser: PONT Group
Venue: K+ community space

17.00 The announcement of the results of the photography contest entitled “Cluj Monuments in a Green Environment” and the opening of the photo exhibition of the competition works. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organisers: Kolozsvár Society, Kelemen Lajos Society for the Protection of Monuments, The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, entrance hall

17.00 Beer Presentation: The Effects of American Beer Revolution on European Beer Consumption. Lecturer: Zsolt Gyenge, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet. The theatrical performance of the 2nd year students of the Faculty of Theatre and Television of the BBU. Director: Attila Keresztes. The number of seats is limited! Seats available in the order of arrival. The performance lasts 2 hours.
Organiser: BBU, Faculty of Theatre and Television, Hungarian Theatre Department
Venue: 4 Kogălniceanu (Farkas) St.

17.00 Kolompos Band – children concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.00–18.30 Imre Kerekes, martial arts instructor: Self – Defence for Children, Part I (sweat suit, sneakers recommended)
Venue: Gym of the small building of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

17.30 Training into Adulthood
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Youth Association (EMKISZ)
Venue: Reformed College

18.00 Faith and Nation – Presentation of the breviary of László Tőkés. Presented by: Zsolt Németh, the President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly, Tibor T. Toró, executive president of the Hungarian People’s Party of Transylvania, Zoltán Balaton, the fighting companion of László Tőkés, member of the 1989 Timișoara Commemorative Committee, university professor
Organiser: The Hungarian National Council of Transylvania
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

18.00 Remembering poet János Arany, born 200 years ago. The release of the short film entitled “The Legend of Saint Ladislaus”, made to mark the double anniversary of King Saint Ladislaus of Hungary and poet János Arany. Directed by: Ágnes Maksay, Farkas Filep.
Literary evening with actor Csaba Marosán. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organisers: The Consulate General of Hungary, Treasured Cluj Association, The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

18.00 György Mandics: The Secrets of King Matthias. Was he righteous indeed in the eyes of his contemporaries?
Organisers: Bulgakov Café, László Almásy Cultural History Circle
Venue: Bulgakov Café

18.00 Opening of the 8th Hungarian Film Days of Cluj – Goulash stew pot
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

18.00 Wine Tasting: Presentation of the Gere Tamás & Zsolt Winery, Villány
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.30 Miksa Róth: Coloured Sunlight – The exhibition is opened by István Íjgyártó, state secretary in charge with cultural and scientific diplomacy. Curator: Zita Bodnár and Katalin Gellér
Organisers: Balassi Institute – Hungarian Institute in Bucharest, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Central Park Casino

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: St. Michael Parsonage

19.00 “Tell Me What You’re Singing…” – Kodály Evening by pianist Boglárka Oláh and violoncellist Oláh
Organiser and venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Györkös Mányi Albert Memorial House

19.00 “The Language of the Soul” – performance of actor Zsolt Bogdán and piano artist Boldizsár Csíky
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

19.00 Pál Utcai Fiúk (Paul Street Boys) Band concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Balassi Institute – Hungarian Institute in Bucharest, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

20.00 Opening of the 8th Hungarian Film Days of Cluj – Concert/Visuals: The Nobody Elses
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

21.00 Kowalsky meg a Vega Band Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

23.00 Party in two locations: DJ Mini: retro party and DJ Boddo: the hits of our days
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Heltai Dance House
Venue: Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

 

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WEDNESDAY

16 AUGUST

10.00 Art Nouveau in Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by: Imelga Földi, art historian (MA, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

10.00 Famous Physicians in the Házsongárd Cemetery. Hungarian language guided tour by: György Gaal. Meeting at the main entrance of the cemetery.
Organiser: Kelemen Lajos Society for the Protection of Monuments

10.00–12.00 Group visit to the hall of the National Bank of Romania to observe the glass ceiling, mosaics, glass doors, stove painted by Miksa Róth. Sign up at the stands of the Hungarian Cultural Days.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: National Bank of Romania

10.00–13.30 Bóbita Playing House – knotted bracelets
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–16.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

10.00–17.00 Giant Sand Pit and Barefooted Trail
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–20.00 Arany 200 Bus – The Travelling Exhibition of the Petőfi Literary Museum
Organisers: Petőfi Literary Museum, The Consulate General of Hungary, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The square in front of the Hungarian Theatre

11.00 Hungarian language guided tour of the exhibition “Roving about in the art of Béla Gy. Szabó”. Guide: Beáta Bordás, art historian.
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

11.00 Anikó Deé Nagy: Baroness Kata Wesselényi de Hadad, a Woman Living in the Reformed Faith. The book is presented by: Zsolt Németh, the President of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly of Hungary; Márton Tonk, the Dean of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania; Dezső Buzogány, the professor of the Protestant Theological Institute of Cluj
Organisers: Kriterion Publishing House, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

11.00 Visit to the graves and memorial places of Transylvanian Hungarian philosophers in the Házsongárd Cemetery of Cluj, with short lectures on the spot. The tour ends in the Lucian Blaga Central University Library, where participants can look at the works of the famous thinkers and relevant philosophical publications of their age. The Hungarian language tour is conducted by professor Péter Egyed, and the library presentation is done by the Head of the Reader Service Department of the Library, Eszter Kovács. Meeting at the main entrance of the cemetery.
Organiser: Transylvanian Hungarian Philosophical Society

11.00 Jordi Galcerán’s The Grönholm Method is performed by the pupils of the Báthory István Theoretical High School. Directed by: Botond Darvay and Melinda Zágoni
Organiser: Báthory István Theoretical High School
Venue: The hall of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

11.00–12.00 Having fun with Anita Herman and Gyuri Miklós
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00 Official Opening of the Wine Lane – with the co – operation of: Tokos Band and their friends
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Potaissa Street

12.00 Attila Dargay: The Treasure of Swamp Castle (Szaffi), animated movie, 1984, 77′
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

12.00–14.00 Central Park Dance – Presentation of the ensembles participating at the 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Meeting
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Central Park Stage

12.00–14.00 Board Games with doboz.ro
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00–15.00 Pottery painting and glazing for beginners and advanced artisans
Organiser: Forgó Artisans’ Home
Venue: Forgó Artisans’ Home workshop

13.00 Romanian language guided tour in the Art Museum. Guide: Attila Iakob, museographist
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

13.30–17.00 Bóbita Playing House – Dexterity Games
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.00 Miksa Róth: Coloured Sunlight – The Hungarian language tour is guided by: Katalin Gellér, art historian
Organisers: Balassi Institute – Hungarian Institute in Bucharest, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Central Park Casino

14.00 First Cut – Part One. A selection of the movies made by the students of the Cinematography, Photography and Media students of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
Andor Hegyi: I Love CLUJ (feature film, 16′)
Anita Nagy: Without Sugar (feature film, 14′)
Klementina Nagy: Scenery in the Mixing Bowl (animation film, 5′)
Benedek Szabolcs Sztercey: Your Face Without The Screen (feature film, 22′)
Gyopár Buzási: Adult Tale (animated documentary, 10′)
FFM1: Cluj Lights (Christmas burlesque) (13′)
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

15.00–16.00 LoveYourBelly – the presentation of a method to develop and regenerate abdominal muscles and belly examination – Irén Virág, LYB instructor
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

15.30–17.00 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Gathering – procession in folk costumes in the centre of Cluj. Route: The headquarters of the Heltai Foundation – Păcii Square –Napoca Street – Unirii (Main) Square
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

16.00–17.00 Playful Football Training with Tamás Tatár
Organisers: Junior Football Club, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

16.00 Imre Antal, the Csángó Painter – a selection from the Németh–Kriza collection. Greetings by: Zsolt Németh, the President of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly of Hungary; Assistant Lecturer Géza Németh, the Lay President of the Reformed Congregation in Budafok; István Székely, the Executive Vice/President of the DAHR; János Hóvári, the Director – General of MANK; Lucian Nastasă – Kovács, the Director of the Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca. The exhibition is opened by graphic artist Barna Holló. Curator: Hédi Szepes, art historian.
Organisers: MANK, Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca, Treasured Cluj Association, The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

16.00 Transylvania Narratives, Cluj Interpretations: Zsuzsa Demeter in conversation with Imre József Balázs, Éva Bányai and Ferenc Zsidó in connections with their critical volumes
Organiser: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

16.00 Cluj Hungarian Film Days – Cluj Film Workshops / Minimum Party: The Films of the 2017 Minimum Party. Conversation with the authors
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

16.00 Ego sum concert – third place winner of the professional category of the Most Beautiful Transylvanian Hungarian Song contest
Organisers: Guitar East Association, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.00 The closing gala of the 19th St. Stephen Day Folk Dance Gathering
Organisers: Szarkaláb Folk Dance Ensemble, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square – large stage

17.00 Fidem Pinxit – She Painted Faith. Exhibition in the memory of the late Magda H. Lukácsovits (1933–2017). The curators of the exhibition: Enikő Hegedűs, art historian, Emőke Nagy, archivist. The exhibition is opened by: Sándor Kovács, Roman Catholic archdeacon of Kolozs – Doboka, Enikő Hegedűs, art historian. Special contribution: soloist Yolanda Covacinschi, and precentor István Potyó.
Organiser: Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: 2 Iuliu Maniu St., loft hall

17.00 Opening of the exhibition entitled „I dared dreaming…” of Mária Radóczy, and book presentation. Curator: museologist László Demeter (Baraolt)
Organisers: Kún Kocsárd Association, Downtown Unitarian Congregation of Cluj
Venue: Meeting Hall of the Downtown Unitarian Congregation

17.00 The Memories of 20th Century Industrial History in Cluj (X). György Balla and Sándor Bujáki: The history of the Armatura Plant. Meeting and lecture. Motto: Bring a souvenir! Host: Enikő Bitay, the general secretary of the Transylvanian Museum Society.
Organiser: Transylvanian Museum Society Technical Sciences Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

17.00 Labour There Is. Where are the Labourers? The challenges of the labour market in Cluj. Lecturers: Zsolt Temesváry, General Manager of E.ON Business Services Cluj; Szilárd Pálfi, Managing Partner of HUMMARK – resource & market; Gyöngyi Pásztor, PhD, teaching assistant, Sociology Department, Babeș–Bolyai University; András Nistor, economic director of Robert Bosch Kft. Moderator: Norbert Simpf, vice president of Hungarian Economists’ Association in Romania.
Organiser: Hungarian Economists’ Association in Romania (RMKT)
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

17.00 Creative Cluj Café #startuptransylvania #urbanstartupecosystems. Presentations by, and participants in the conversation: Ionuț Țața, the President of the Brașov Innovation and Technological Cluster; Florin Vilcea, the director of INCUBOXX in Timișoara; Cristian Dascălu, co – founder of ClujHUB; Carmen Ciobanu, director of Impact HUB Cluj; András Farkas, co – founder of PONT Group, strategic developer. The conversation is conducted in Romanian.
Organisers: PONT Group, Creative Cluj Programme
Venue: K+ community space

17.00 Is socialist modernism beautiful?! The architectural heritage of Mărăști and Gheorgheni quarters. Guides of the sightseeing tour: Viktória Barazsuly and Dorottya Újvári. Meeting in front of the Two Towered Reformed Church.
Organiser: Korzo Association

17.00 The evening of the authors of the Erdélyi Híradó Publishing House: Lóránd Ármos, Orsolya Láng, Árpád H. Dimény, Botond Noszlopi. Moderator: László Edgár Varga.
Organiser: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

17.00 Reader’s Theatre – Zsolna Ugron: Raven Woman. A presentation by Várkert Bazár. Director: Seres Tamás. Tickets can be bought at the theatre’s box office or online from biletmaster.ro.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Studio Hall of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

17.00 Attila Till: with all My Heart, action – comedy, 2016, 101 minutes. Not suitable for those over 16!
Organiser: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

17.00 Beer Presentation: The Evolution of Central European Microbreweries in the Nineties. Lecturer: Zsolt Gyenge, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 Dreamland Residents Concert – first prize of the amateur category of the Most Beautiful Transylvanian Hungarian Song Contest
Organisers: Guitar East Association, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.00–18.30 Imre Kerekes, martial arts instructor: Self – Defence for Children, Part II (sweat suit, sneakers recommended)
Venue: Gym of the small building of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

17.30 Cluj Hungarian Film Days – Cluj Film Workshops / BBU, Faculty of Theatre and Television, 2017. Kincső Bede: My Father, My Mother, Me and Tibi Kovács, short feature film – 12′
Lilla Cotuna: It’s a Match, animation film, 5’40”
Katalin Bokor: Lost Man, documentary, 21′
Mátyás Dezső: The Extraordinary Lacu Roșu, documentary, 20′
Tamás Rusz: Átunsj, pă lukru! reportage, 10’50”
Gábor András: Samirah, 10′
Conversation with the authors.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

17.30 Training into Adulthood
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Youth Association (EMKISZ)
Venue: Reformed College

18.00 In Memoriam Laci Kálmán (1971–1995). Curator: Rita Fazakas, gallery director
Organiser: Korunk Studio Gallery
Venue: Korunk Studio Gallery

18.00 Baroque Monuments of Cluj. The Romanian language tour is guided by: Iringó Tóth Gödri, art historian (MA, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

18.00 Ferenc Bréda: The Dialogue of Despair with One’s Own Bá – Body. The first drama of the universal history of theatre. First Hungarian translation.
Organisers: Bulgakov Café, Hüpátia History of Ideas Workshop
Venue: Bulgakov Café

18.00 Katalin Karády memorial evening. Presentation of the volume entitled “Don’t Ask Who I Was! – in memoriam Katalin Karády, the Diva. Invited guests: Zsolt Péter theatre historian and Attila Zoltán Kovács, editor of the book series. Karády songs are interpreted by actress Andrea Vindis and pianist András Szép. The host of the evening is theatre historian Zsuzsa Szebeni, the head of the Balassi Institute’s Hungarian Cultural Centre in Sf. Gheorghe
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Györkös Mányi Albert Memorial House, Balassi Institute, Hungarian Cultural Centre, Sf. Gheorghe
Partner Institutions: The Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, Szépmíves Kiadó
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Györkös Mányi Albert Memorial House

18.00 Basket Ball European Championship in Cluj – invited guests: Imre Vizi former basket ball player in the national team; László Túrós Jakab sports journalist. Moderator: Miklós Boros
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

18.00 János Arany and the 19th century cult of the Middle Ages – Invited guest: Levente T. Szabó, professor at the Faculty of Letters of the BBU. Kinga László reads János Arany poems.
Organiser: Kolozsvár Society
Venue: The headquarters of the Kolozsvár Society

18.00 Wine Tasting: Presentation of the Kolonics Winery, Somló
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: St. Michael Parsonage

19.00 William Shakespeare: As You Like It. The theatrical performance of the 2nd year students of the Faculty of Theatre and Television of the BBU. Director: Attila Keresztes. The number of seats is limited! Seats available in the order of arrival. The performance lasts 2 hours.
Organiser: BBU, Faculty of Theatre and Television, Hungarian Theatre Department
Venue: 4 Kogălniceanu (Farkas) St.

19.00 Chamber – concert: Savaria Baroque Music Band (Hungary)
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

19.00 Anna and the Barbies concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

19.00 Chansons for contemporary poems performed by the Göncölszekér Band
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Insomnia Café, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

19.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Time Travel. Private Cluj – The screening of the amateur shootings of Lajos Orbán, made between the two world wars. with live musical accompaniment by: Eszter Kónya. The films are introduced by: researcher Melinda Blos – Jáni, the head of the Transylvanian Audiovisual Archive.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

20.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Cluj Documentaries
Csibi László: Dear Transylvania, We Were Here, documentary, 2015 – 62’. Discussion.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

20.30 Awarding the 2017 Treasured Cluj prizes.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Stage on Unirii (Main) Square

21.00 Ghymes concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Stage on Unirii (Main) Square

21.30 Cluj Hungarian Film Days – Cluj Film Workshops / Cluj Television: In memoriam Alpár Kostyák. Film selection.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House, large hall

22.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Cluj Actors in Feature Films: Lóránd Váta
Péter Gárdos: Dawn Fever, Hungarian–Swedish–Israeli feature film, 2014 – 114’
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

23.00 Party on three locations: DJ Gergő: retro and the hits of our days; DJ Raymi: rnb, hip – hop, dubstep, trap; karaoke with Levente Modi
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Heltai Dance House
Organiser: Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation

23.00 Folk & Roll with the Palatka Band
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

 

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THURSDAY

17 AUGUST

10.00 Motto: Water – Our Blue Gold. A presentation by Lídia Szigyártó: Water Quality wit the Eyes of a Phycologist
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, Agricultural Science Department
Venue: Transylvanian Museum Society headquarters

10.00–13.30 Bóbita Playing House – origami frog making
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–14.00 Napsugár Nook (salt – flour dough, flower collage etc.)
Organisers: Napsugár – Szivárvány children magazines, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–16.00 Wonders of Nature with a Thousand Faces – Interactive Educational Activities about Nature
Organisers: BBU Hungarian Biological and Ecological Department, István Apáthy Association, Zoology Museum, Vivarium
Venue: Mikó Garden, the yard and the entrance hall of the Faculty of Biology and Geology, and the Vivarium

10.00–17.00 Giant Sand Pit and Barefooted Trail
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 The activities of the Cluj division of the Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Organiser: Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 Tale Nook
Organisers: Tale Nook Community Book Lending, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–18.00 Mediaeval market whirling of the people of the Emese Castle: Artisan crafts activities, knightly tents and the camp of the Town Militia from the time of King Matthias, archery, crossbow archery, mediaeval pillory and shame cage, stone catapult, exhibition and presentation of historical musical instruments, living historic and folk music, mediaeval games and dexterity tasks, teaching of sword play for children, wicker basket and wooden merry-go-round. Two daily fair puppet theatre shows of the Ládafia Puppet Theatre: Mihók the simple minded, and Fair Puppet Circus).
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Ruins garden

10.00–18.00 Viking boat navigation on the lake of the Central Park
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The lake of the Central Park

10.00–20.00 Arany 200 Bus – The Travelling Exhibition of the Petőfi Literary Museum.
Organisers: Petőfi Literary Museum, The Consulate General of Hungary, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The square in front of the Hungarian Theatre

11.00 Mediaeval and Renaissance Monuments in Cluj. The tour is guided in Romanian by: art historian Klára Pakó, PhD (senior assistant professor, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

11.00 Motto: Water – Our Blue Gold. A presentation by László Lázár: Water and Agriculture
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, Agricultural Science Department
Venue: Transylvanian Museum Society headquarters

11.00 László Adorjáni: “REdeFORMÁCIÓ 500, i.e. Semper Reformanda 95 in Scribble”, exhibition and presentation of the book with caricatures
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00 Theatrical Improvisation Workshop for Adults. The activity is guided by: Kata – Szilvia Bartalis, theatre educator
Organiser: BBU German language Pedagogy and Didactics Department
Venue: The hall of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

11.00–12.00 Kerekítő baby – mommy activity for babies below 3 years of age with Erika Csatári
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: The building of the Mikó Kindergarten

11.00–13.00 Sándor Orbán, the plant doctor is answering
Organiser: Cluj Town Embellishment Club
Venue: Flowery Cluj Stand, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–18.00 Children Programmes – child care (KOEN, IKE, Cluj Reformed Diocese); REFO500 flashmob – 500 school tools – for children in need to start the new school year; press centre, printed material distribution
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–19.00 Book Shelf – “Library Corner”: rest five minutes in the whirling fair. Browse the publications of the Communitas Foundation. Photo Wall for the big and the small
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.30 Artisan Activities (Hungarian Folklore Centre in Vojvodina)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Magical Kalotaszeg – a presentation of Kalotaszeg folk costumes. Works are presented by: artisan Tibor Bálint; collector László Győr and photographer Géza Vas.
Venue: Minerva House, Éva Cs. Gyimesi Room

12.00 A Taste of the Izvorul Crișului Folk Costumes
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, The Hungarian National Council of Transylvania, Hungarian People’s Party of Transylvania, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Hungarian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

12.00 Béla Ternovszky: Cat City (Macskafogó), animated tale, 1986, 92 minutes
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–19.00 Teqball presentation with the participation of Szabolcs Ilyés, the leader of the Romanian teqball team and Gábor Koffol team manager
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park

12.00–14.00 Board Games with doboz.ro
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00–15.00 Pottery painting and glazing for beginners and advanced artisans
Organiser: Forgó Artisans’ Home
Venue: Forgó Artisans’ Home workshop

12.00–18.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

12.30 Paper Theatre – Andersen: The Emperor’s New Cloths (from the age of 4)
Organisers: Tale Nook Community Book Lending, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.30 Selections from the photographs of the events of the past years – exhibition opening
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Civilians for Language Rights. Invited guests: Gábor Landman, the President of European Language Rights; András Bethlendi, the activist of the Muszai–Muszáj initiative group. Moderator: Ernő Fancsali, the President of the EMNP
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Cluj Conquest – kick-off of the interactive game of cultural history
Organiser: EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Opening of the Youth Tent: What are Young People Like? Invited guests: Boglárka Illés, Deputy State Secretary for Youth Affairs and Equal Opportunities; Imre Geréd, DAHR Executive Vice President responsible for Youth Affairs. Moderator: István Zoltán Lőrincz, KMDSZ president.
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Tent, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

13.00–14.30 Communitas Quiz – Fortune Wheel. Short questions, simple answers, PRIZES on the spot!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00–15.00 Let’s Discover the Joys of Flower Decorations with Kinga László – children activities
Organiser: Cluj Town Embellishment Club
Venue: Flowery Cluj Stand, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 3AD concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

13.30–17.00 Bóbita Playing House – mailing tube frog making
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.00 The branches and partner organisations of the Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania introduce themselves, round table discussion
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Romanian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

14.00 First Cut – Part Two. A selection of the movies made by the students of the Cinematography, Photography and Media students of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
Emese Ambrus: The Small Street of Europe (documentary, 51 minutes)
Eszter Barabás: Wooden Headboard in the Place of Our House (documentary, 30 minutes)
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

14.00–14.30 Folk Costume Presentation from Inucu
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.00–16.00 Group visit to the hall of the National Bank of Romania to observe the glass ceiling, mosaics, glass doors, stove painted by Miksa Róth. Sign up at the stands of the Hungarian Cultural Days.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: National Bank of Romania

14.20 Christian Life – LIVE show (on topics like faith, reformation, culture, everyday life in the Treasured City)
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.30–15.00 The presentation of the activity of the Áldás Népesség Association
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.30–18.00 Artisan Activities (Lorántffy Embroidery Workshop)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Discussion about the ten commandments with the authors of the volume “Ten Commandments?”
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Fluffy and its Little Ones – joyful mime game and children activities
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Tusványos – presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Tent, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

15.00 Walking the path of the heritage of St. Ladislas. Invited guests: communication expert István Benedek, archaeologist Zsolt Csók, communication expert Ágnes Tamás, art historians Dorottya Újvári and Attila Weisz. Moderator: Csilla Hegedüs
Organiser: The Women’s Organisation of the DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

15.00 Metalon concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

15.00–16.00 Children Dance House. Teacher: Orso­lya Oláh. with the co-operation of the Harmadik Orchestra
Organisers: Mókatár Association, Hungarian Heritage House
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

15.00–16.00 Communitas Darts – Hit the cog-wheels, learn about our values and gather points for the prizes!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00–17.00 Artisan crafts activities from Inucu: making pearl necklaces and decorating eggs with pearls
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

16.00 Ten Years of the University Workshop Publisher – round table discussion with: József Benedek university professor, member of the publishing council; Renáta Bilibók responsible publisher; Emese Fazakas assistant lecturer, author, editor; István Péter, the vice-president of the a Bolyai Society; Lóránd Rigán, editor of Korunk and Komp – Press Publisher. Introduction by professor Károly Veress, founding director of the EMK. EMK publications are available.
Organiser: Bolyai Society – University Workshop Publisher
Venue: BBU main building, Károly Böhm lecture hall (1st floor)

16.00 Meeting with Kata Lupescu, writer of the novel entitled Pirate Girl. Discussion about the first volume and a sample from second.
Organiser: Exit Publisher House
Venue: Herepei house

16.00 Translation as Cognition – round table – conversation about the traductibility of poetry. Invited guests: Johanna Domokos, Károly Jánk, László Lövétei Lázár, Melinda Székely, Ildikó P. Varga. Moderator: Emese Egyed.
Organiser: Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

16.00 Hungarian language guided tour of exhibition “Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay”
Organiser: Korzo Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

16.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj.
Cluj Film Workshops / Cluj Television, 2017.
Reformation is 500 years old. The presentation of the Reformed community of Tâmpa, documentary reportage. Editor: Etelka Márkus, 26’
Peripatetic Repoartages. The walks of Csaba Szabó. Editor: Csaba Szabó, 20’
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

16.00 Christian Magic – lecturers: Árpád Szecsődi and István Bíró
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.00 Fradi Fans Meeting
Organisers: MIÉRT
Venue: Youth Tent, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

16.00 Pay Taxes, But How? The effects of the changes in taxation regulations. A presentation by Szilveszter Fekete Pali-Pista,PhD, Senior Lecturer, BBU Department of Economics and Management Science in Hungarian, tax advisor and accountant.
Organiser: BBU Department of Economics and Management Science in Hungarian
Venue: BBU main building, Popoviciu Room

16.00–17.00 School of Magic with Imola Burchardt. Come and show us your magic tricks!
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

16.00–17.00 Playful Football Training with Tamás Tatár
Organisers: Junior Football Club, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

16.00–17.00 Communitas – project competitions – presentation and counselling by Communitas Foundation staff
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.30 Mother tongue team championship (Varázsketyere)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.30 Literary evening of writer Géza Bereményi, winner of the Kossuth, József Attila and Balázs Béla prizes. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organiser: The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, event hall

17.00 Movement. Speech. When? How much? How?! – discussion with experts and parents about the first seven years of children. Preliminary registration needed at phone number 0745 372676 or at info@mikoovoda.ro
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: The building of the Mikó Kindergarten

17.00 Glosses to the past of the Jewish community in Cluj (V) – presentation of the volume of studies about Jewish doctors and the Jewish Hospital in Cluj
Organiser: Jewish Community
Venue: Minerva House

17.00 John von Neumann, the Inhabitant of Mars – a presentation by professor Zoltán Kása
Organiser: Hungarian Technical Scientific Society of Transylvania (EMT)
Venue: EMT headquarters

17.00 Creative Cluj Café #egyensúly – lectures:
Ádám Márky, executive manager of Mindful Leadership: Mindfulness: The Key to Success and Equilibrium
Kinga Fekete, mindfulness trainer of Prezi: The Significance of Emotional Intelkigence in Business Life
Roundtable Discussion: Ádám Márky (Mindful Leadership), Kinga Fekete (Prezi), Tamás Koltai (Grofie)
Organiser: PONT Group, Creative Cluj Programme
Venue: K+ community space

17.00 Helikon Afternoons. The Invisible Mask. Invited guests: Evelin Márton, Miriám Sánta, Melinda Varga. Interlocutor: Noémi László
Organiser: Helikon
Venue: Bulgakov Café

17.00 Skeletons and Treasures around St. Michael’s Church. Invited guests: Zsolt Csók, PhD, leading archaeaologist, Mátyás Bajusz archaeologist and Lupescu Radu, PhD, senior lecturer. Moderator: Csilla Hegedüs
Organiser: The Women’s Organisation of the DAHR
Helyszín. TIFF Lounge

17.00 Beer Presentation: Hungarian Beer Revolution from 2010 until today. Lecturer: Gyenge Zsolt, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 Hobo on the Gulag. Compiled, edited and directed by: Hobo. Tickets at the box office of the theatre or on biletmaster.ro
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Theatre of Cluj, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Studio Hall of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

17.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Cluj Documentaries
József Benczédi: The Architect – Lajos Pákey – 26’
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Venue: Tranzit House

17.00 Szabolcs Hajdu: It’s Not the Time of My Life (Ernelláék Farkaséknál), 2016, 81 minutes. Not recommended under the age of 16!
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

17.00 Revue and Operetta Evening with the Operettissimo Ensemble
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

17.00 The Concert of the Children Orchestra from Bicălatu
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

17.00 Matiné Band – concert for children
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.00–18.30 Imre Kerekes, martial arts instructor: Self – Defence for Children, Part III (sweat suit, sneakers recommended)
Venue: Gym of the small building of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

17.00–21.00 Harmadik Band
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Wine Lane (Potaissa Street)

17.30 Training into Adulthood
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Youth Association (EMKISZ)
Venue: Reformed College

18.00 Dániel Dávid Bándi: Smaller Constellations (medium stage gall stones) – exhibition opening (within the framework of the a Mimesis Festival)
Organiser: Origo Cultural Association
Venue: Reactor

18.00 Noémi László in conversation with Endre Kukorelly
Organisers: E – MIL, The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: Bulgakov Café

18.00 The Flame And Not The Ashes – centennial commemoration of János Xantus jr. (film screening)
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, KAB Biology Department
Venue: Transylvanian Museum Society headquarters

18.00 Roaming about in Fairy Garden… Invited guests: the tour leaders of EKE–1891 and the President of EKE, Márton Szima. Photographic presentations of the EKE Transylvanian tours.
Organiser and venue: Kolozsvár Society

18.00 Piano Recital. Performer: Gáspár Veress 2nd year MA student of piano, Gheorghe Dima Music Academy, Cluj
Venue: Reduta Palace/The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography

18.00 Organ Tour. Hungarian language guided tour by: Dávid Sipos. Meeting in front of the Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association

18.00 The procession of valiant knights in the artisan fair in the Kogălniceanu (Farkas) street: The Kolozsvár Town Militia of the time of King Matthias comes to life. Bow archers, halberdiers, fighters with shields and pikes, musketeers walk along in procession in the fair.
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

18.00 BHF trió concert
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

18.00 Wine Tasting: Presentation of the Patricius Winer, Bodrogkisfalud – Tokaj
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.00 Fencing Bouts – 200 years of fencing in Cluj. András Killyéni talks with his guests
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

18.00 Evilági interactive children’s concert
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

17.00 Cluj Hungarian Film Days – Cluj Film Workshops / Cluj Television. In memoriam Lajos Kántor. Film selection. Discussion about the oeuvre of Lajos Kántor
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

18.30 Dániel Lőwy: Yellow Star in Cluj – book presentation
Organiser: Koinónia Könyvkiadó
Venue: Koffer

18.30 Organ Tour for the Acoustically Impaired. The tour is guided in Romanian by: Miklós Györgyjakab. Sign language interpreters: Anamaria Cazacu (Romanian), Imola Németh-Jakab (Hungarian). Meeting in the yard of the Two Towered Church.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association

18.30 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj.
Cluj Film Workshops / Video Pontes
Ágnes Maksay: The 20th Century of István Tőkés, portrait – documentary of the era, 2016 – 52’
Discussion with the authors.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House, large hall

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Saint Michael Parsonage

19.00 Tales about Cluj: The Memory of Documents. Invited guests: researcher Attila Varga – The Free Masons of Cluj and the Twon Embellishment Club; journalist Stanciu Bogdan – A famous resident of Cluj: Abraham Wald. Invited guest: Tudor Sălăgean. The discussion is carried on in Romanian.
Organiser: Old Cluj
Venue: H33 – Social Innovation Hub, 33 Horea St.

19.00 László Dés – Péter Geszti – Pál Békés: The Jungle Book. Musical play in two acts performed by mixed choir of the Apáczai Csere János High School. Director: Tamás Lovassy Cseh. Tickets on the venue.
Organiser: Apáczai Csere János High School
Venue: Hungarian Opera of Cluj

19.00 Cycling procession in the centre of Cluj with EKE performance tour participants and organisers. Planned itinerary: Unirii (Main) Square – Eroilor St. – Avram Iancu Square – 21 Decembrie 1989 Street – Regele Ferdinand St. – Gh. Bariţiu St. – Emil Isac St. – Gheorghe Şincai St. – Napoca St. – Unirii (Main) Square
Length: 3 km, max. 30 minutes
Meeting at Unirii (Main) Square at 18.45!

19.00 AG Weinberger feat. One More Minute concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

19.30 Hajlik a nótafa – Evening of Hungarian popular songs. With Márton Maneszes (Cluj), Ibolya Vigh (Cluj), Márton Fülöp (Cluj), Szilvia Miklós (Tg. Mureș) and Sándor Szilágyi (Tg. Mureș). Accompanied by: Lőrincz Váradi Szőcs and his band
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

20.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Time Travel. The Decassification of Party-State Dictatorship
Michael Stewart – John Blacking: State of Fear (A félelem országa), documentary, 1989 – 50’
Balázs T. Vörös – Farkas Filep: In Lieu of a Monument – In Memory of Jánoska Vaszi, documentary, 2017 – 50’
Discussion.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Venue: Tranzit House, large hall

21.00 Szikora Róbert and the R-GO concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square Stage

22.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Cluj Actors in Feature Films: András Hatházi, Zsolt Bogdán
Marian Crișan: Orizont, Romanian drama, 2015 – 93’
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

22.00 Hungarian Retro Party – music taken care by: Gyuszi Czala and Albi Deák, DJ Mini. Reservations on the club webpage.
Organiser: After Eight Cocktail Club
Venue: After Eight Cocktail Club

23.00 Party on three locations: DJ Pici: the hits of our days; Massive Fluo: drum and bass, electronic; karaoke with Zoltán Szabó
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Those 60s and 70s – Rock’n’roll Evening – DJ Matheus
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The yard of the Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

23.00 Party with DJ Kalino
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

 

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FRIDAY

18 AUGUST

10.00 Walk in the Házsongárd Cemetery. Hungarian language guided tour by: Erzsébet Gergely, the President of the Házsongárd Foundation. Meeting at the main entrance of the cemetery.
Organiser: Házsongárd Foundation

10.00 Multifaceted Islam – a presentation by Sarolta Püsök, PhD
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

10.00 Al. Manoliu – N. Barabaş – K. Bartók: Seven Language Mushroom Thesaurus. Lexicon mycologicum in septum linguis (Romanian, Latin, French, English, German, Russian, Hungarian). 850 pages. E – book. Presented by: dr. Katalin Bartók
Organisers: Transylvanian Museum Society Natural Science Department, Kriterion Publishing House
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

10.00 Walk in the Házsongárd Cemetery. Guidance in English by: Dávid Sipos. Meeting at the main entrance of the cemetery.
Organisers: Házsongárd Foundation, Treasured Cluj Association

10.00–13.00 Playful Physics Experiments
Organiser: EmpriX Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–13.30 Bóbita Playing House – Dexterity Games
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–12.00 Group visit to the hall of the National Bank of Romania to observe the glass ceiling, mosaics, glass doors, stove painted by Miksa Róth. Sign up at the stands of the Hungarian Cultural Days.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: National Bank of Romania

10.00–14.00 Napsugár Nook (salt – flour dough, flower collage etc.)
Organisers: Napsugár – Szivárvány children magazines, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–16.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

10.00–16.00 Wonders of Nature with a Thousand Faces – Interactive Educational Activities about Nature
Organisers: BBU Hungarian Biological and Ecological Department, István Apáthy Association, Zoology Museum, Vivarium
Venue: Mikó Garden, the yard and the entrance hall of the Faculty of Biology and Geology, and the Vivarium

10.00–17.00 Giant Sand Pit and Barefooted Trail
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 The activities of the Cluj division of the Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Organiser: Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 Tale Nook
Organiser: Tale Nook Community Book Lending, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 Artisan crafts activities from Inucu: making pearl necklaces and decorating eggs with pearls
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–18.00 Artisan Activities
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–18.00 Mediaeval market whirling of the people of the Emese Castle: Artisan crafts activities, knightly tents and the camp of the Town Militia from the time of King Matthias, archery, crossbow archery, mediaeval pillory and shame cage, stone catapult, exhibition and presentation of historical musical instruments, living historic and folk music, mediaeval games and dexterity tasks, teaching of sword play for children, wicker basket and wooden merry-go-round. Two daily fair puppet theatre shows of the Ládafia Puppet Theatre: Mihók the simple minded, and Fair Puppet Circus).
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Ruins garden

10.00–18.00 Viking boat navigation on the lake of the Central Park
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The lake of the Central Park

10.00–18.00 Open Day at the Cluj Hungarian Department of History. An exhibition about 1956 and about the history of university can be visited in the building.
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

11.00 Mediaeval and Renaissance Monuments in Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by: art historian Klára Pakó, PhD (senior assistant professor, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

11.00 Anxiously Preserved Secrets and Everyday Life. What do the archives preserve? Discussion with archivists and registrars. Moderator: Róbert Nagy
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

11.00 Rhythm Games for Children – conducted by Miklós Fekete, PhD
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

11.00 God Works in a Mysterious Way – Great Transylvanian Bearers of Witness. The book of journalist and press photographer Ágnes Frigyesy, winner of the Francis de Sales prize is presented by József Makkay, the managing editor of the Erdélyi Napló. Conversation with author.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

11.00 Garage Quiz – theatre guesswork
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–13.00 Cluj bio-farmer Éva Veress shares her garden practices
Organiser: Cluj Town Embellishment Club
Venue: Flowery Cluj Stand, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–13.00 The Self-Donating Tree – activities of children’s philosophy with Erzsébet Kerekes
Organisers: Tree of Life Association, BBU Institute of Philosophy
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

11.00–14.00 I would also like to play! – sensitising workshop
Organisers: Kozmutza Flóra Special School for Children with Hearing Impairment, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

11.00–18.00 Children Programmes – child care (origami, potato painting, colouring, dance and song teaching, group games, story-telling); REFO500 flashmob – 500 school tools – for children in need to start the new school year; press centre, printed material distribution
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–19.00 Book Shelf – “Library Corner”: rest five minutes in the whirling fair. Browse the publications supported by the Communitas Foundation; Photo Wall for the big and the small
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.30–14.30 Artisan Activities (Lorántffy Embroidery Workshop)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 The Praising of the Goldsmith’s Trade – Transylvanian Goldsmith Masters. The presentation of Erika Kiss, PhD, art historian of the Hungarian National Museum
Organiser: BÁV Amanet
Venue: Transylvanian Museum Society headquarters

12.00 Guided Tour in the University Library of Cluj. Guide: Librarian Ilona Gurka-Balla,PhD
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Cluj University Library

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Our Heritage lecture series: Archaeology
Zsolt Molnár-Kovács: Who is a hero? How is a zero? What makes a Homeric Hero a Hero?
Csaba Szabó: Roamns in Cluj – The Story of Ancient Napoca
Erwin Gáll: The Age of the Hungarian Conquest and the Its Archaeology
Richárd Kócza: Dr. Bone. Physical Anthropology and Archaeology
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

12.00 Board Game Competition
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Folk Costume Presentation from Sic
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Romanian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

12.00 Romanian language guided tour of exhibition “Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay”
Organiser: Korzo Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

12.00 Attila Dargay: Captain of the Forest (Az erdő kapitánya), animated movie, 1988, 70 minutes
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

12.00 Double Rise – Presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Tent, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

12.00–14.00 Board Games with doboz.ro
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00–15.00 Pottery painting and glazing for beginners and advanced artisans
Organiser: Forgó Artisans’ Home
Venue: Forgó Artisans’ Home workshop

12.00–17.00 Flea Market – Collection of donations. Here you can obtain the skirt, T-shirt or the most read book of your favourite actor!
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

12.00–19.00 Teqball presentation with the participation of Szabolcs Ilyés, the leader of the Romanian teqball team and Gábor Koffol team manager
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park

12.30 Face Painting for Children
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.30 Paper Theatre: The Golden Fish – based on Pushkin’s folk tale adaptation (from 5 years on)
Organisers: Tale Nook Community Book Lending, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

13.00 Our Heritage lecture series: Cultural Tourism
Attila Weisz: Values and Interests. Lessons Learnt from the Research of Cluj Monument in the Past Few Years
Zsolt Kovács: The Experience of Preparing Inscriptions on Cluj Monuments
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

13.00 Pécs, the Sister Town of Cluj. Invited guests: István Decsi, the Vice Mayor of Pécs; Sándor Soós, the Vice President of the Hungarian People’s Party of Transylvania
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Cluj Conquest – interactive game of cultural history
Organiser: EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 KMDSZ Interactive Museum
Organisers: KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

13.00–14.30 Communitas Quiz – Fortune Wheel. Short questions, simple answers, PRIZES on the spot!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00–15.00 Visit to the coulisses. Groups start the tour every hour. Previous registration is necessary for this visit. Write to: krisztina.rado@huntheater.ro or call 0755–145203.
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

13.30–17.00 Bóbita Playing House – knotted bracelets
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.00 Hungarian language guided tour of the exhibition “Roving about in the art of Béla Gy. Szabó”. Guided by art historian Beáta Bordás .
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

14.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Hungarian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

14.00 W. A. Mozart: The Magic Flute – A presentation of the pupils of the Waldorf School (5th and 6th grade). The orchestra is made up of the teachers and pupils of the Waldorf School. Directed by Emese Papp. The duration of the show is 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Organiser: Waldorf School
Venue: The hall of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

14.00 The Story of the Nine-Spot Ladybird – creative tale adaptation with Mária Kun, PhD
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

14.00 The branches and partner organisations of the Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania introduce themselves, round table discussion
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 Vibe – Presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

14.00 Our Heritage lecture series – International Relations and the History of Our Age:
Tamás Lönhárt: The Change of Symbolic Spaces in Cluj
László Fazakas, Szilárd Ferenczi and János Fodor: The History of Transylvanian on the Internet
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

14.20 Christian Life – LIVE show (on topics like faith, reformation, culture, everyday life in the Treasured City)
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.30 Artisan Activities (Hungarian Folklore Centre in Vojvodina)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.30–15.30 Communitas Darts – Hit the cog-wheels, learn about our values and gather points for the prizes!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Organ Tour. The tour is guided in Romanian by: Lucian Drâmbărean. Meeting in front of the Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association

15.00 Modern Architecture in Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by art historian Emese Pál, PhD (Senior Lecturer, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

15.00 3rd Ferenc Erkel Chess Days – discussion and simultaneous play with international grand master Zoltán Almási, eightfold Hungarian chess champion
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Exhibition space under 4 Iuliu Maniu St.

15.00 Ethics of Economy Issues in the Mirror of Refromation – forum discussion. Moderator: Norbert Varga, assistant lecturer, teacher at the University of Sopron
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Competition of Cluj County gardens – awards ceremony
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 The Discreet Charm of the Transylvanian Aristocracy – documentary – premier and discussion with director Olga Szederkényi. Moderator: Csilla Hegedüs
Organisers: Communitas Foundation, Cluj DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

15.00 Alone in the Moon concert
Organisers: Tamás Cseh Programme, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

15.00–17.00 Baby Massage – Tuned to Your Baby
Organiser: Romanian Baby Massage Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

15.00–21.00 Tokos Band and their friends
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Wine Lane (Potaissa Street)

16.00 The Evening of the Híd periodical of Vojvodina – invited guests: Petra Bakos (the principal contributor of Híd)
Árpád Kocsis (prose-writer), László Patócs (editor-in-chief of Híd), Anna Terék (poet). Interlocutor: Zalán Serestély
Organiser: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

16.00 The Three Musketeers in Cluj. Triple book presentation of the Előretolt Helyőrség Writer Academy. Three volumes published this year, authored by Sándor Muszka (The Lazy-Bones), Viktor Kubiszyn (Drog Diary), and Szilárd Demeter (Blue for Blue) are presented by József Attila award winner writer Koppány Zsolt Nagy. Discussion with the authors.
Organiser: Origo Cultural Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

16.00 The extraordinary piano recital of Misi Boros. Admission is free, but it serves a charitable aim: with the help of the offered donations Misi Boros wishes to support the musical studies of a disadvantaged but talented Transylvanian Hungarian young person, through the Nyilas Misi Foundation, an organisation established to help disadvantaged young Hungarian children in Romania.
Organisers: Hungarian Department of the Faculty of Letters of the BBU, Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra in Cluj
Venue: Academic College/BBU, the Auditorium Maximum hall of the Cluj Philharmonic

16.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj.
Cluj Film Workshops / Filmtett – Duna Műhely: The films of the 16th Filmtett creation camp in 2017
Péter Vácz, Tamás Vezsenyi: Signal, 2016 – 1′ (with Romanian subtitles)
Péter Vácz, Tamás Vezsenyi: Strange Animations, 2016, – 2′ (with Romanian subtitles)
Tamás Hortobágyi: Hide-and-seek, 2016 – 3′
Petra Pellei: Box, 2016 – 2′
Szabolcs Sztercey Benedek: Freedom Hotel, 2016 – 9′ (with Romanian subtitles)
Melinda Kiss, Réka Farkas: Hexagony, 2016 – 2′
Zsolt Kántor: Prometheus, the Shrew, 2016 – 3′
Eszter Kemény: Inseparable, 2016 – 5′ (with Romanian subtitles)
Vera Vodál, Dia Ghyczy: Tibi and Robi, 2016 – 4′
Anna Király: Only the Dog Remains, 2016 – 6′ (with Romanian subtitles)
Ferenc Dobi: Blood-Forest, 2016 – 12′
György Pálos, Móni Balsai: Innocent Sins, 2016 – 5′
Discussion with the authors.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

16.00 Reflection on Myself and God: musical devotions – Rev. Olga Lukács, PhD, with the co/operation of organist Noémi Miklós
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

16.00 Gábor Sipos, PhD: a presentation about the 16–17th century Synods of the Reformed in Transylvania
Organiser: BBU Hungarian Department of History
Venue: Institute of History

16.00 Royal Jewels – History of Jewellery. A presentation of art historian Erika Kiss, PhD, Hungarian National Museum
Organiser: BÁV Amanet
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

16.00 Catering Trade in the World and in Cluj, from the Perspective of the Financial Counselling Club. Presentation by: Alexandra Teodóra Bálint, Ottó Csíki, Rita Éltes and Gyopár Géger
Organiser: Financial Counselling Club
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

16.00–17.00 László the Brave – puppet theatre presentation by László Vincze
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

16.00–17.00 Musical and children’s afternoon with Johanna Bertóti
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

16.00–17.00 Communitas – Creators! Meeting with the the grantee creators of the Communitas Foundation. Invited guests: András Szép, Harmadik Band, Levente Imecs Magdó, Ildikó Bács, Evelin Márton, Dalma Nyíri, Melinda Dobribán
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.00–20.00 Tennis training for the small ones and the older ones
Organisers: Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association
Venue: The yard of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

16.30 Mother tongue team championship (auction game)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.30 In the Shadow of the Gulag (The Fall of 1944 in the Villages Around Cluj) – screening of the film of György Farkas. The film is presented by Alpár Csaba Nagy, PhD, one of the experts of the film.
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

17.00 Faces, Masks – Opening of the individual exhibiton of painter and graphic artist László Sipos
Organiser: Miklós Barabás Guild
Venue: Miklós Barabás Gallery

17.00 Evening of the Székelyföld review: László Lövétei Lázár, Vince Fekete, Attila György. Interlocutor: Zoltán Király
Organiser: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

17.00 Literature and Gastronomy – Belly-stories, Gastro-essays? Invited guest: writer and journalist András Cserna-Szabó, winner of the József Attila Prize. Moderator: Levente Benkő
Organiser: The Communitas Foundation and the Cluj DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

17.00 Olga Szederkényi: The Discreet Charm of the Transylvanian Aristocracy, documentary, 2017, 25 minutes
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, The Consulate General of Hungary, Filmtett Association
Venue: The Mátyás Hunyadi Hall of the Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia University (Aula Magna)

17.00 Homemade. A theatrical performance of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj. Directed by: Márta Vargyas. Tickets at the box office of the theatre or on biletmaster.ro
Venue: Studio Hall of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

17.00 Creative Cluj Café #márkaépítés #felelősségvállalás – lecturers:
Kinga Györffy, Personal Brand Institute, storytelling counselor: Be Prominent among the Grey Ones! Storytelling and personal brand development;
Róbert Mészáros, BrandBirds: Brand is everything! How to build your brand as an entrepreneur;
István Csúsz, DrPrezi Europe: Introduction of Prezi NEXT.
Roundtable Discussion: Kinga Györffy (PBI), Róbert Mészáros (Brandbirds), István Csúsz (DrPrezi Europe), Erzsébet Felméri (MOL Romania)
Organisers: PONT Group, Creative Cluj Programme
Venue: K+ community space

17.00 Beer Presentation: Presentation of Beer Types. Lecturer: Zsolt Gyenge, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 Operett Group Projekt – The Magic of the Operetta. Piano: Szabolcs Kulcsár, the conductor of the Hungarian Opera of Cluj, violin: Endre Ferenczi, the concertmeister of the Hungarian Opera of Cluj. Singers: Borbála Balázs, Judit Hary, Lívia Antal, János Ádám, Lóránt Madarász, Márton Fülöp.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

17.00 FIKE Band concert
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

17.00 Katáng – concert for children
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.30 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. Cluj Documentaries
Emese Ambrus: The Small Street of Europe, documentary 2017 – 51’

18.30 Cluj Hungarian Film Days – Cluj Film Workshops / Sapientia EMTE,
Sapi First Cut (selection of student movies from 2016–2017) – 131’
Cinematography, Photography and Media students of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
Andor Hegyi: I Love CLUJ (feature film, 16′)
Anita Nagy: Without Sugar (feature film, 14′)
Klementina Nagy: Scenery in the Mixing Bowl (animation film, 5′)
Benedek Szabolcs Sztercey: Your Face Without The Screen (feature film, 22′)
Gyopár Buzási: Adult Tale (animated documentary, 10′)
FFM1: Cluj Lights (Christmas burlesque) (13′)
Discussion with the authors.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

17.30 Training into Adulthood
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Youth Association (EMKISZ)
Venue: Reformed College

18.00 Hungarians in Istambul and Cairo in the 19th Century – a presentation by István Péter, PhD
Organiser: BBU Faculty of Reformed Teacher Training
Venue: STARS Cellar Gallery

18.00 Andrea Gál: With My Sack on My Back; Krisztina Molnár: The Colour of Home-made Chocolate; Eszter Sikó-Barabási: Tale-home – the presentation of three children’ books
Organiser: Koinónia Könyvkiadó
Venue: Koffer

18.00 Literary evening of writer Attila Bartis, winner of the József Attila Prize. Host: Lajos Mile, Consul – General
Organiser: The Consulate General of Hungary
Venue: The Consulate General of Hungary, event hall

18.00 MimeBassCover – the live musical pantomime performance of the Pufi Theatre
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: János Zsigmond Unitarian High School, K Hall

18.00 Football with the Eyes of a Minority. Invited guest: József Gazdag, journalist from Bratislava. Moderator: Miklós Boros
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

18.00 Watchtower. The Third Millennium. Literary evening with: István Szilágyi, György Gálfalvi, László Király, Árpád Farkas, István Ferenczes, Zsófia Balla, Béla Markó, Péter Egyed, András Visky, Gábor Tompa, András Kovács. Actor Zsolt Bogdán will read from the works of the authors.
Organiser: Kolozsvár Society
Venue: Minerva Foundation, Éva Cs. Gyímesi Room

18.00 Wine Gastronomy Presentation accompanied by the wines of the Kárásztelek Winery
Organisers: Women and Wine, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.00 The procession of valiant knights in the artisan fair in the Kogălniceanu (Farkas) street: The Kolozsvár Town Militia of the time of King Matthias comes to life. Bow archers, halberdiers, fighters with shields and pikes, musketeers walk along in procession in the fair.
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

18.00 Electronic Sheep concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Insomnia Café, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Saint Michael Parsonage

19.00 The common concert of Magashegyi Underground and Loose Neckties Society
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

CANCELED – 19.30 The concert of Ági Szalóki entitled The World Only Lasts One Day evoked Katalint Karády, Edith Piaf and Amália Rodrigues.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

20.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. In Memoriam András Kovács
András Kovács: Cold Days, Hungarian drama, 1966 – 96’
Discussion about András Kovács.
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

21.00 The concert of Gyula Bill Deák and Hobo
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Stage on Unirii (Main) Square

22.00 Night Organ Tour in the Two Towered Church. Hungarian language guided tour by: Dávid Sipos
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association

22.00 Hungarian Film Days of Cluj. In Memoriam András Kovács
András Kovács: Somewhere in Hungary, Hungarian drama, 1987 – 94’
Organiser: Tranzit Foundation
Further information: www.tranzithouse.ro
Venue: Tranzit House

23.00 Party on three locations: DJ Johnny: retro; DJ Barney: the hits of our days; DJ Hunay: tech – house, techno; karaoke with Levente Modi
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Guitar Evening with Gyuri Miklós
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The yard of the Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

23.00 Retro Party with DJ Kalino
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

 

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SATURDAY

19 AUGUST

9.00 The Dance of the Wooden Spoons. Joyful cooking
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park

9.00–9.45 Registration for the 3rd Ferenc Erkel Chess Days
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Exhibition space under 4 Iuliu Maniu St.

10.00 3rd Ferenc Erkel Chess Days – amateur open rapid chess competition Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Exhibition space under 4 Iuliu Maniu St.

10.00–10.50 Ethnography Classin the Marianum: Folklore, Media, Media-folklore – a presentation by Professor Vilmos Keszeg, PhD
Organisers: BBU Faculty of Letters, Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The building of the Marianum/BBU Faculty of Letters

10.00–11.00 Saint Ladislas Legends – interactive story telling with László Vincze
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–13.30 Bóbita Playing House – the making of toy instruments
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–14.00 Napsugár Nook (salt – flour dough, flower collage etc.)
Organisers: Napsugár – Szivárvány children magazines, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–14.00 Baby Massage – Tuned to Your Baby
Organiser: Romanian Baby Massage Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–16.00 Church Tower Visit
Organiser: BBU, Hungarian Department of Geography, person in charge: János Talpas, Transylvanian Museum Society, Saint Michael Parsonage
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

10.00–17.00 Giant Sand Pit and Barefooted Trail
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 The activities of the Cluj division of the Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Organiser: Hungarian Boy Scout Association in Romania
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–16.00 Wonders of Nature with a Thousand Faces – Interactive Educational Activities about Nature
Organisers: BBU Hungarian Biological and Ecological Department, István Apáthy Association, Zoology Museum, Vivarium
Venue: Mikó Garden, the yard and the entrance hall of the Faculty of Biology and Geology, and the Vivarium

10.00–17.00 Artisan crafts activities from Inucu: making pearl necklaces and decorating eggs with pearls
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–17.00 Teqball presentation with the participation of Szabolcs Ilyés, the leader of the Romanian teqball team and Gábor Koffol team manager
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park

10.00–18.00 Artisan Activities
Organiser: Áldás Népesség Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–18.00 Mediaeval market whirling of the people of the Emese Castle: Artisan crafts activities, knightly tents and the camp of the Town Militia from the time of King Matthias, archery, crossbow archery, mediaeval pillory and shame cage, stone catapult, hangszerkiállítás and – bemutató, living historic and folk music, mediaeval games and dexterity tasks, teaching of sword play for children, wicker basket and wooden merry-go-round. Two daily fair puppet theatre shows of the Ládafia Puppet Theatre: Mihók the simple minded, and Fair Puppet Circus).
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Ruins garden

10.00–18.00 Viking boat navigation on the lake of the Central Park
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The lake of the Central Park

10.00–19.00 Book Shelf – “Library Corner”: rest five minutes in the whirling fair. Browse the publications supported by the Communitas Foundation; Photo Wall for the big and the small
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

10.30–17.00 Crusaders Flag Football (seniors)
Organisers: Crusaders Cluj Sport Club, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association, Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Iuliu Hațieganu Sports Park

10.30–17.00 Crusaders Flag Football (juniors, U15)
Organisers: Crusaders Cluj Sport Club, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association, Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Iuliu Hațieganu Sports Park

11.00 Let’s Discover Cluj Again: The Citadel and its Surroundings – Romanian language tour. Guide: Professor Vladimir Alexandru Bogosavlievici. Meeting in the parking lot of Hotel Belvedere.
Organiser: Old Cluj

11.00 Hungarian language guided tour of exhibition „Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay”
Organiser: Korzo Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

11.00 Everyday Superheroes – the young heroes of the 1956 revolution. Historian Márton Békés, the Research Director of the House of Terror Museum presents the comic book about the Revolution of 1956, the Angel of Budapest and the boys and girls of Pest ’56.
Organisers: House of Terror Museum, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The headquarters of the Transylvanian Museum Society

11.00–11.50 Linguistics Class in the Marianum: Our Changing Language in the Changing World – A presentation by Emese Fazakas, PhD, Assistant Lecturer
Organisers: BBU Faculty of Letters, Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The building of the Marianum/BBU Faculty of Letters

11.00–12.00 Summer Walk with Kinga Szabó and the Three-Quarterly Automated Music Box
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

11.00–13.00 Play Board Games with the Actors!
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–13.00 Communitas Quiz – Fortune Wheel. Short questions, simple answers, PRIZES on the spot!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–17.00 Flea Market – Collection of donations. Here you can obtain the skirt, T-shirt or the most read book of your favourite actor!
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–18.00 Children Programmes – child care (painting on stones, dough playing, handicrafts with elephants, colouring, dance and singing, group games, story telling); REFO500 flashmob – 500 school tools – for children in need to start the new school year; press centre, printed material distribution
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.30 Artisan Activities (Hungarian Folklore Centre in Vojvodina)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Hungarian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

12.00 Sightseeing Tour Guidance in English by: Dávid Sipos. Meeting at the Information Stand on the Main Square.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association

12.00 Board Game Competition
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 EFOTT – Presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

12.00 Folk Costume Presentation from Rimetea
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–12.50 The Parodies of János Arany – a presentation by Levente T. Szabó, PhD, Assistant Lecturer
Organisers: BBU Faculty of Letters, Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The building of the Marianum/BBU Faculty of Letters

12.00–14.00 Board Games with doboz.ro
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00–18.00 Tennis training for the small ones and the older ones
Organisers: Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association
Venue: The yard of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

12.30 Fluffy in the Tempest – joyful mime game and children activities
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Cluj Conquest – interactive game of cultural history
Organiser: EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Garage Quiz – theatre guesswork
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

13.00 Mera – Presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

13.00–13.50 Literature Class in the Marianumban on János Arany: Song Lyrics and Poetry from János Arany to Bob Dylan – a presentation by Imre József Balázs,PhD, Assistant Lecturer
Organisers: BBU Faculty of Letters, Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The building of the Marianum/BBU Faculty of Letters

13.00–15.00 Visit to the coulisses. Groups start the tour every hour. Previous registration is necessary for this visit. Write to: krisztina.rado@huntheater.ro or call 0755–145203.
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

13.00–17.00 Common Fun Games with the teachers and the pupils a Cluj Waldorf School
Organisers: Cluj Waldorf School, Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

13.30–15.00 Communitas Darts – Hit the cog-wheels, learn about our values and gather points for the prizes!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.30–17.00 Bóbita Playing House – Dexterity Games
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

14.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Romanian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

14.00 Jazz in the Park – Presentation
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

14.00 From Idea to Success. Legal Aspects of Startup Enterprises
Organiser: Our Rights Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 The branches and partner organisations of the Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania introduce themselves, round table discussion
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 Our Roots – the performance of the Körös-Körül Folk Dance Ensemble from Komád. Director-Choreographer: Árpád Tatár
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

14.00 Teqball, the new Transylvanian success – discussion with world champion Zsolt Lázár. Moderator: Miklós Boros
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park

14.00–15.00 Literature Class in the Marianum on János Arany: Toldi. Parlour Game – Ferenc Málnási, retired high school teacher
Organisers: BBU Faculty of Letters, Transylvanian Museum Society Letters, Linguistics and History Department
Venue: The building of the Marianum/BBU Faculty of Letters

14.00–16.00 Set a Good Example! – Meeting with the readers of the Nőileg magazine. Invited guests: Éva Rácz (member of the jury of the Set a Good Example! programme; president of the, Association of Hungarian Journalists in Romania), Kinga Sebestyén (editor, Nőileg magazine), Kinga Kitty Ménessy (editor, Nőileg magazine), Csaga Grubisics (visuali communication, Set a Good Example! programme; owner of Csagasa Visual Communication), Réka Vas (programme coordinator, Set a Good Example! programme)
Organiser: Nőileg
Venue: Bulgakov Café

14.00–18.00 Organ Music Marathon. Performers:
14.00–14.30 Katalin Boldizsár
14.30–15.00 Katalin Boldizsár (organ) and István Potyó (organ). Special contribution: Csilla Vincze-Dallos (violin)
15.00–15.45 Márta Müller
15.45–16.30 Zsuzsa Kostyák Csengeri
16.30–17.15 Miriam Marinescu
17.15–18.00 Erzsébet Windhager Geréd
Organisers: Saint Michael Parsonage, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: St. Michael’s Church

14.20 Christian Life – LIVE show (on topics like faith, reformation, culture, everyday life in the Treasured City
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.30 Traditional Dance Group from Visa
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

14.30–18.00 Artisan Activities (Lorántffy Embroidery Workshop)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Modern Architecture in Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by art historian Emese Pál, PhD (Senior Lecturer, BBU). Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: The Archaeological and Art History departments of the Hungarian History Institute of the BBU, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

15.00 Romanian language guided tour in the Art Museum. Guide: Dan Breaz museographist
Organiser: Art Museum
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

15.00 Köz/Élet/Tér: Cluj, the City of Festival – invited guests: Emese Oláh, Vice Mayor of Cluj; István Vákár, Vice President of the Cluj County Council. Moderator: Levente Rácz, local administration representative
Organiser: KIFOR
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

15.00 The School of Successful Women. Invited guests: editor Emese Víg, general practitioner Gabriella Fehér Kardos, event organiser, wine expert Enikő Negele
Moderators: Anna Horváth and Csilla Hegedüs
Organiser: The Women’s Organisation of the DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

15.00 Baron Mantis concert
Organisers: Tamás Cseh Programme, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

15.00 Christian Magic – lecturers: Árpád Szecsődi and István Bíró
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00–21.00 Ördöngös Band
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Wine Lane (Potaissa Street)

16.00 Up-to-Date Discussion: We are all personalities! Reformation and Self-Reliance – invited guests: university pastors István Dávid and Szabolcs Szikszai, Janka Visky student of Political Science
Organiser: Agnus Radio
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.00 Fradi Fans Meeting
Organiser: MIÉRT
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

16.00 Guided Tour of the exhibition “Reformation 500 – The Bible of Lajos Szalay”
Organiser: Korzo Association
Venue: The Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

16.00 Is the Someș Truly Dead? A discussion with invited guests: biologist Krisztina Babos; policy maker Krisztina Baranyi; Csongor Kovács, Zöld Erdély Association. Moderator: journalist Zoltán Sipos
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

16.00–18.00 4th Family Football Championship
Organiser: Dribli Transylvanian Children Football Club
Venue: The yard of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

16.30 Mother tongue team championship
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

17.00 György Dragomán: Galoshes. A presentation by the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj. Directed by: András Visky. Tickets at the box office of the theatre or on biletmaster.ro.
Venue: Studio Hall of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

17.00 Course of Life Discussion with gymnast and multiple Olympic, World and European Champion Kati Szabó. Invited guest: Gymnast Kati Szabó. Moderator: László Bodor
Organisers: Communitas Foundation, Cluj DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

17.00 Beer Presentation: Beer and Gastronomy. Lecturer: Zsolt Gyenge, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 Szászcsávási Band Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

17.00 Trans Express Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

17.30 Training into Adulthood
Organiser: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania Youth Association (EMKISZ)
Venue: Reformed College

18.00 Dániel Dávid Bándi: Apokatastasis – performance (within the framework of the a Mimesis Festival)
Organiser: Origo Cultural Association
Venue: Reactor

18.00 On-the-spot Poetry on Given Themes: Benji Horváth, Noémi László, Balázs Szálinger, Zsolt Karácsonyi, Emese Egyed. Host: Zsolt Karácsonyi
Organisers: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

18.00 Wine Tasting: Hegyi-Kaló Winery, Szomolya-Eger
Organiser: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.00 The procession of valiant knights in the artisan fair in the Kogălniceanu (Farkas) street: The Kolozsvár Town Militia of the time of King Matthias comes to life. Bow archers, halberdiers, fighters with shields and pikes, musketeers walk along in procession in the fair.
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

18.00 Edina Quartet Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Insomnia Café, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Saint Michael Parsonage

19.30 EtnoRom Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

19.30 Old Boys Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

21.00 Charlie Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Stage on Unirii (Main) Square

22.00 Young Authors’ Night: Imola Borcsa, Tamás Gothár, Zsolt Visky, Tímea Sárkány, Hunor Gál, Ádám R. Szabó. Moderator: Ferenc André
Organiser: E – MIL
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Party on three locations: DJ Norbi: retro; DJ Nitzu: the music of our days and techno; DJ Hunay: tech – house, techno; karaoke with Levente Modi
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 5 years Generation Party – DJ Matheus
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The yard of the Bánffy Palace/Art Museum

23.00 Retro Party with DJ Modee
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

 

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SUNDAY

20 AUGUST

10.00 Worship Service for Children
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

10.00 Art Nouveau in Cluj. Hungarian language guided tour by: art historian Imelga Földi. Meeting in front of the entrance of St. Michael’s Church.
Organisers: BBU Hungarian Department of History, Entz Géza Foundation of Cultural History

10.00–12.00 3rd Public Life Cup
Organiser: Dribli Transylvanian Children Football Club
Venue: The yard of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

10.00–17.00 Hungarian Days of Cluj Amateur Badminton Championship
Organisers: Cluj Badminton Club Sports Association, Tectum Association, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Iuliu Hațieganu Sports Park, Vasile Geleriu Hall

10.00–17.00 Giant Sand Pit and Barefooted Trail
Organiser: Mikó Kindergarten
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

10.00–18.00 Tennis training for the small ones and the older ones
Organisers: Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association
Venue: The yard of the Báthory István Theoretical High School

10.00–18.00 Mediaeval market whirling of the people of the Emese Castle: Artisan crafts activities, knightly tents and the camp of the Town Militia from the time of King Matthias, archery, crossbow archery, mediaeval pillory and shame cage, stone catapult, exhibition and presentation of historical musical instruments, living historic and folk music, mediaeval games and dexterity tasks, teaching of sword play for children, wicker basket and wooden merry-go-round. Two daily fair puppet theatre shows of the Ládafia Puppet Theatre: Mihók the simple minded, and Fair Puppet Circus).
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Ruins garden

10.00–18.00 Viking boat navigation on the lake of the Central Park
Organisers: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Parki tó

10.00–19.00 Book Shelf – “Library Corner”: rest five minutes in the whirling fair. Browse the publications supported by the Communitas Foundation; Photo Wall for the big and the small
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

10.30–14.00 Crusaders Flag Football (seniors)
Organisers: Crusaders Cluj Sport Club, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association, Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Iuliu Hațieganu Sports Park

10.30–14.00 Crusaders Flag Football (juniors, U15)
Organisers: Crusaders Cluj Sport Club, Transylvanian Youth and Sports Association, Tectum Association, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Iuliu Hațieganu Sports Park

11.00 Annamária Faragó: War and Spirit – projection and book presentation. The author and the publisher are represented by Miklós Baráz
Organiser: Kriterion Publishing House
Venue: Bocskai House, Óváry Hall

11.00 Garage Quiz – theatre guesswork
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–12.00 Kangatraining presentation with Adél Boros
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

11.00–13.00 Marionette-Play – a presentation by the Puck Puppet Theatre
Organisers: Puck Puppet Theatre, Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–13.30 Communitas Quiz – Fortune Wheel. Short questions, simple answers, PRIZES on the spot!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.00–17.00 Flea Market – Collection of donations. Here you can obtain the skirt, T-shirt or the most read book of your favourite actor!
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

11.00–18.00 Children Programmes – child care (origami, potato painting, colouring, singing and dancing, group games, story telling); REFO500 flashmob – 500 school tools – for children in need to start the new school year; press centre, printed material distribution
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

11.30–14.30 Artisan Activities (Lorántffy Embroidery Workshop)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Romanian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

12.00 Folk Costume Presentation from Gheorgheni, Cluj County
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–12.30 Midday Organ Music
Organiser: Cluj Downtown Reformed Congregation
Venue: Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

12.00–14.00 Board Games with doboz.ro
Organiser: Tree of Life Association
Venue: Central Park – Children Park

12.00–16.00 Treasure Seeking – Registration at reka.biro@huntheater.ro
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Theatre Tent (Central Park)

12.30 Face Painting for Children
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Cluj Conquest – Starting the interactive game of cultural history
Organiser: EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

13.00 Campus – Presentation
Organisers: HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

13.30–15.00 Communitas Darts – Hit the cog-wheels, learn about our values and gather points for the prizes!
Organiser: DAHR
Venue: Communitas tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 Cluj and Its Inhabitants at the End of the 19th Century on the Glass Plates of Ferenc Veress – Hungarian language guided tour. The periodical exhibition of the National Museum of Transylvanian History. Curators: Melinda Mitu and Károly Török museologists.
Organiser and venue: National Museum of Transylvanian History

14.00 Youth Brass Band of Sânsimion – Concert
Organisers: St. Michael Parsonage, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

14.00 Transylvanian Public Life from the Side of the Press – discussion participants: Mónika Oborocea, maszol.ro; Attila Zsolt Papp, foter.ro; Zoltán Sipos, Átlátszó Erdély. Moderator: Tamás Lovassy Cseh
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00 The branches and partner organisations of the Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania introduce themselves, round table discussion
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

14.00–15.00 Visit to the coulisses. Groups start the tour every hour. Previous registration is necessary for this visit. Write to: krisztina.rado@huntheater.ro or call 0755–145203.
Organiser: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj
Venue: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

14.30 Artisan Activities (Hungarian Folklore Centre in Vojvodina)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Organ Tour. The tour is guided in Romanian by: Lucian Drâmbărean. Meeting in front of the Reformed Church on Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street.
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association

15.00 Róbert Árpád Lakatos, PhD: Influences of Documentaries on Feature Films. The beginning of film careers in Central and Eastern Europe in the years after the turn of the millennium – Book presentation. Andrea Virginás, PhD, Assistant Lecturer of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania in dialogue with the author of the book.
Organisers: Vigyázó Association, Minta Youth Organisation, EMNT, EMNP, A-PRO-K Association
Venue: Part Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

15.00 Violence Against Women is not a Private Matter! – The movement against violence of of the Women’s Organisation of the az DAHR. Invited guests: Andrea Csép, MP, Éva László psychologist, Csilla Hegedüs, the Vice President of the Women’s Organisation of the DAHR. Moderator: Noémi Bagaméri
Organiser: The Women’s Organisation of the DAHR
Venue: TIFF Lounge

15.00 Köz/Élet/Tér: Locality Bransing with Festivals and Large-Scale Events – invited guests: Róbert Szabó, Vice Mayor of Câmpia Turzii; Szilárd Ferencz local council member in Mihai Viteazu; Daniel Nistor, local councillor in Cluj. Moderator: Tamás Enyedi, Cluj County Council member
Organiser: KIFOR
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

15.30 Flashing – the show of the Ördögtérgye Folk Dance Ensemble, with the co-operation of the Tokos Band and friends.
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

15.30 No sugar Concert
Organisers: Tamás Cseh Programme, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

16.00 Presentation of Hungarian educational film “In the Wake of the Holy Crown and Our Coronation Treasures” (65 minutes, 2016). Directed by: Krisztián Bárány. After the screening Mária Lupescu and Radu Lupescu university teachers discuss with the expert of the film, historian Géza Pálffy, the leader of the Holy Crown Research Team.
Organisers: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, BBU Hungarian Department of History, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: The Cluj Faculty of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Aula Magna

16.00 Zsigmond Móricz –Tibor Kocsák – Tibor Miklós: Always Be Good. A performance of the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj. Director: László Béres. Tickets at the box office of the theatre or on biletmaster.ro.
Venue: Hungarian Theatre of Cluj

16.00 Blogdealer performance: festival fashion
Organisers: MIÉRT, HÖK, KMDSZ
Venue: Youth Pavilion, Unirii (Main) Square/ Eroilor Street

16.15 Children Dance House. Teacher: Oláh Orsolya, with the co-operation of the Tokos Band.
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, MókaTár
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

16.30 Mother tongue team championship (auction game)
Organisers: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, EMKISZ
Venue: Hungarian Cultural Society of Transylvania, Programme Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

17.00 Ecumenical Youth Worship
Organisers: FIKE, ODFIE, KEL, CAL
Venue: Downtown Unitarian Church

17.00 From Doorway to the Pulpit. Religious Reform in Cluj. The sightseeing tour is guided by Viktória Barazsuly and Dorottya Újvári. Meeting in front of the Franciscan Church (Karolina Square).
Organiser: Korzo Association

17.00 Cluj, the Citadel of Transylvanian Hungarian Culture. Literary Interferences. Invited guests: Hunor Kelemen, Béla Markó, Zsolt Karácsonyi, István Szilágyi, Vince Fekete, Noémi László, Imre József Balázs, András Visky
Organiser: Communitas Foundation
Venue: TIFF Lounge

17.00 Beer Presentation: A Historical Retrospection with Interesting Anecdotes. Lecturer: Zsolt Gyenge, the President of the Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Organiser: Hungarian Association of Microbreweries
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

17.00 Santa Diver Concert
Organisers: Balassi Institute – Hungarian Institute in Bucharest, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Insomnia Café

17.00–21.00 Tokos Band and Friends
Organisers: Hungarian Heritage House, Heltai Gáspár Library Foundation
Venue: Wine Lane (Potaissa Street)

18.00 Releasing 500 balloons to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
Organiser: Transylvanian Reformed Church District
Venue: Reformation 500 Tent, Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

18.00 St. Stephen Day Patronal Festival in St. Stephen’s Church on Dónát Street. (In consideration of the festival, there will be no evening mass in St. Michael’s Church.)

18.00 Wine Tasting: Presentation of the Pántlika Wine Cellar, Dörgicse-Balaton
Organisers: Borvadász Society, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Academic College

18.00 The procession of valiant knights in the artisan fair in the Kogălniceanu (Farkas) street: The Kolozsvár Town Militia of the time of King Matthias comes to life. Bow archers, halberdiers, fighters with shields and pikes, musketeers walk along in procession in the fair.
Organiser: Emese Park, Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street

18.00 Hungarian popular music without borders – Hungarian popular music gala with János Bokor (Budapest), Zsuzsa Kádár (Záhony), Jenő Fejős (Kecskemét), Ibolya Vigh (Cluj) and Márton Maneszes (Cluj). Accompaniment: Zoltán Miskolci Balogh and his ensemble.
Organiser: Treasured Cluj Association
Venue: Kogălniceanu (Farkas) Street Stage

18.00 Ocho Macho Concert
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Central Park Stage

19.00 Tower Music. Performed by the Youth Brass Band from Sânsimion. Choir Master: Árpád Sándor
Organisers: St. Michael Parsonage, Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: The Tower of St. Michael’s Church

18.30–23.00 Child Parking
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: St. Michael Parsonage

19.30 The Closing Event of the 8th Hungarian Cultural Days of Cluj
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square – large stage

20.00 Emmerich Kálmán’s operetta, The Csárdásfürstin (The Gypsy Princess, or the Csárdás Princess) is performed by the Budapest Operatta Theatre, with the co-operation of chorus and the corps de ballet of the Theatre and the orchestra of the Hungarian Opera of Cluj. Director: KERO®. Cast: Mónika Fischl, Attila Dolhai, Annamária Dancs, Miklós Máté Kerényi, Tamás Földes, András Faragó, László Csere, Bori Kállay, Ádám Bálint, Gábor Dézsy Szabó, Andor Szegedi, Szilvi Szendy
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Unirii (Main) Square – large stage

23.00 Closing Party with the Best Music of All Times
Organiser: Bulgakov Café
Venue: Bulgakov Café

23.00 Retro Closing Party with DJ Modee
Organisers: Treasured Cluj Association, Hungarian Cultural Days Association
Venue: Yard of Hungarian Craft Beers

 

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