Slawik and Antall – The heroes of the Polish, Hungarian and Jewish nations and ZEGOTA: exhibitions of Jewish Relief Council can be visited in the Saint Imre Pious Church and in Beatified Gisela Diocese Collection. More Shorter
The Polish Institute of Budapest and the Beatified Gisela Diocese Collection would like to invite the audience for the opening ceremony and the Hungarian premiere of the exhibition Slawik and Antall – The heroes of the Polish, Hungarian and Jewish nations and ZEGOTA – Jewish Relief Council to the Saint Imre Pious Churh (Vár u. 12-14.) at 17:00, in 18.03.2018 to celebrate the Hungarian-Polish Friendship Week and to commemorate the Polish, who rescued Jews during the World War II., which is the 75. anniversary of the Ghetto Uprising of Warso of 1943.
Greeting speech by:
Dr. Márfi Gyula, the archbishop of the Veszprém Archdiocese
Némedi Lajos, the vice mayor of Veszprém City
Joanna Urbanska, the director of the Polish Institute of Budapest
After the opening ceremony the audience may watch the documentary movie “On the edge of life” (2014)
Director, scriptwriter: Grzegorz Lubczyk
Cameraman: Andrzej Czapkowski – Vajda Péter
After the movie the audience may ask director Grzegorz Lubczyk, the former Budapest ambassador of the Polish Republic about the making and the concept of the movie.
ZEGOTA: Jewish Relief Council exhibition was directed by the Committee of National Remembrance – Explanatory Committee of Crimes against the Polish Nation and the Polish Institute of Budapest; and the Slawik and Antall – The heroes of the Polish, Hungarian and Jewish nations exhibition was directed by the writer, publicist and documentary moviemaker Grzegorz Lubczyk, the former Budapest ambassador of the Polish Republic and by the Polish Institute of Budapest commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
The exhibitions can be visited until 04.04.2018 every day between 10:00 and 17:00, except for Monday.
On the occasion of the Hungarian-Polish Friendship Week the Institution of Beatified Gisela Diocese Collection introduces the exhibition “The path of life of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII” for the commemoration of their canonization of 2014, which can be visited in the Tejfalussy canonical building of Blessed Gisela Archdiocese Collection (Veszprém, Vár u. 35.).
The exhibition of the path of life and the papal and diplomacy services of the heads of the Church was directed by the Institution of Beatified Gisela Diocese Collection.
The exhibition presents about 100 photos with the support of the biggest Central European photo archive belonging to the Media Service and Support Trust Fund Hungary, which is the collection of photo artists Piotr Jantos from Krakow and Szirányi Imre from Veszprém.
|Address:||8200 Veszprém, Vár utca 12-14.|
|Date of event:||03/18/2018 - 04/04/2018|