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Our small, volunteer organization has come a long way over the last decade, as has our approach to enabling dialogue and deliberation in cultural communities. 

Through our many conversations with artists, communities, and institutions around the world, we have advocated for an alternative form of institution: one that builds relationships and social trust through collaboration and the exchange of ideas.  

We have continued to present a variety of public programs locally and globally. 

Continuing our long-standing collaboration with the BookArt Association.

I am delighted to send you our Newsletter with an overview of our activities and residencies and exhibition program.  We were pleased with last year's work and believe that 2014 will be even better.  If you would like to know more about our program, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

The 9X12, Budapest at Ferencvarosi Gallery;  Library Thoughts, Budapest, Inner Act exhibit - 2 person show at Raday Gallery, Library Thoughts 2 at the Writers Association Gallery and Library Thoughts 3 at Barabas Villa Gallery.  Now we organize the next Library Thoughts 4 exhibit at Hegyvidek Gallery for 2014.

It was a busy year.  Busy as you can see below the program.  Please read below how much we done.  Thanks all of you who helped to make it possible.

As a small, volunteer organization, we find resilience in the reciprocal exchange of time, knowledge and community, and we recognize the value of small donations.  As a partner to complex organizations, we are committed to accountability and the transparent distribution of their financial and institutional resources.  Please consider making a tax-deductible, year-end gift to support our work and take part in growing our communities. 

I wish you all the best in the new Year.  Warmly,  Beata Szechy, president

 

2013

JANUARY Åsa Boström has participated with the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Program at the HMC.

FEBRUARY György Szapáry, Ambassador of Hungary to the United States visit to Dallas.

MARCH  Concert "Made in Hungary" by Agnes Vojtko, mezzo-soprano and Peter Toth, piano on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 3:00 pm at Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of Arts, O'Donnell Hall, Owen Arts Center, Dallas TX 75205 

APRIL  Film screening: Bards of Wales/  A Walesi bárdok (János Arany) on at Center for Community Cooperation, Dallas, TX

JUNE  artists residencies, artist talks: Liz Obert, OR - photographer, Martyna Matusiak, WV - West Liberty University, printmaking, Abbie Merryman, WV - West Liberty University, Amanda Carney, WV - West Liberty University, Emily Hastings, WV

JULY  artists residencies, artist talks:  Eun-Kyung Suh, MN - 3D textile, Stephen D'Onofrio, IL - painting, Anne Wedler, AK - painting, Katherine Mojzsis, NJ - painting

AUGUST  artists residencies, artist talks: Alexis Neider, NY - painting, Debra Benditz, TX - painting, Kyle Buttram, SC - textile, Rexy Tseng, CA - conceptual

Library Thoughts 3, AIR/HMC, Budapest  Barabas Villa, 1122 Budapest, Városmajor utca 44.  Tuesday, August 27 - Tuesday, September 10, 2013

SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER  artists residency: Kyle Buttram, SC

NOVEMBER  SMU's International Cultural Fair 

DECEMBER  Kyle Buttram, SC exhibition at Medosz, Budapest

AIR/HMC, Budapest - December  artists residencies, artist talks:  Julianne Clifford, Ausztralia - painting, Grace Lee, NY - writer, Jedediah Walls, IN - performance, Renate Schweizer, Germany - video, installation, Susan Palmisano, PA - painter, Tomoko-Ushijima, Japan - drawing