Mangalica festival will be organised for the eleventh time in Debrecen between 21 and 23 February. The event, which can be visited free again, will take place in Kossuth Square, just like in previous years.
Déri Museum’s temporary exhibition, Bourgeois Chic, can be visited between 12 February and 3 May 2020. It presents Hungarian and local fashion, dress and material culture in the period between 1860 and 1940. The items on display were selected from the museum’s applied art collection.
As part of the „Deutsch.Karriere.Erfolg.” campaign, the Institute of Germanic Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Debrecen in a joint effort with ITSH and the German Cultural Forum of Debrecen organised the finals of the German language competition for secondary-school students on 5 February 2020.
Debrecen Youth Service Nonprofit Ltd. announces again the application called ’I dream in Hungarian’ in 2020, after the huge success it had last year – the organisers said at the press conference held in the local youth centre on 30 January 2020.
The municipalities of Debrecen, Berettyóújfalu, and Margitta as well as the Bihar-county and Oradea organisations of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (RMDSZ) jointly celebrated the Day of Hungarian Culture in Oradea on 22 January 2020.
One of the featured events of the program series organised on the occasion of the Day of Hungarian Culture in Debrecen on 22 January 2020 was the festive show in Csokonai Theatre. To present the Hungarian soul in this way as well, the artists of the theatre and Kodály Philharmonics Debrecen performed songs from Imre Kálmán’s light operas, entitled Long live love!
The Municipality of Debrecen organised a series of programs to celebrate the Day of Hungarian Culture on 22 January 2020. One of its major events was the award ceremony of the authorial scholarships and prizes donated by the Foundation for the Culture of Debrecen. This time, the ceremonial act was hosted by the School History Exhibition Hall in the Reformed College of Debrecen.