Invitation: ‘The Art Of The Garden', Fehérvárcsurgó Hungary, 1 - 5 June

  • 1 Jun 2012 9:00 AM
Invitation: ‘The Art Of The Garden', Fehérvárcsurgó Hungary, 1 - 5 June
‘The Art of the Garden’ “ 8 th Contemporary European Horticulture and Garden Show”. This year's main theme: “Water in the art of gardens and nature” at Károlyi Mansion in Fehérvárcsurgó, Hungary between 1 - 3 June 2012.

Lectures, Nurserymen,Commercial Gardeners Breeders and Producers

Distributors of Horticultural Specialties Garden Accessories and Furniture Designers

Greenhouse and Fountain Manufacturers Lighting Firms, Crafts, Professional Associations

Landscaping Schools, Landscape Architects, Activities for Children, Concert,

Exhibition and Sale in the 50 ha park

Honorary Chairwoman: The wife of the President of the Republic

European Guests of Honour countries: Denmark, Cyprus, France

Supporting Groups: Magyar Turizmus Zrt-Közép Dunántúli Régíó

Institut français, Budapest, Istituto italiano di Cultura, Danish Cultural Institute and the Embassies of Denmark and Cyprus

Patrons: Virágos Magyarországért (‘Hungary in bloom’), (Kertészek és Kertbarátok Országos Szövetsége)“ - Gardeners and friends of Gardens association”)

Program of the conferences:

Friday, 1st June : opening : Danish and Cyprus heritage

The Royal Gardens in Denmark: Jens Hendeliowitz, landscape architect

Cyprus and its heritage: Mrs Anna Marangou “The Venetian wall in Nicosia”

Opening concert by the Danish String Quartett

Saturday, 2nd June: Art of fountains and landscape architecture

Fountains of Villa d’Este, Italy: Marina Cogotti, responsible for the fountains

Fountains of Versailles, France: Gilles Bultez, responsible of the hydraulic system

Jámbor Imre, Corvinus University: « Water in historic and contemporary garden architecture»

Sunday, 3rd June: Water in the nature: heritage to be preserved

Water and environment: Dr Jenö György Fekete, University of Pécs

Gábor Ungvári, REKK Water Economics Unit Budapest Corvinus University:  the European EPI-Wasser project

For Further Information: Joseph Károlyi Foundation by clicking here or call 00 33 1 45 48 44 48; 00 36 22 578 080


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