’Fairy-Tale Countries’ Interactive Exhibition For Children, Art Quarter Budapest

  • 4 Feb 2019 9:19 AM
’Fairy-Tale Countries’ Interactive Exhibition For Children, Art Quarter Budapest
Shown until 28 February. Folk tales are a set of motives, stories, and methods for understanding the world that exist in the consciousness of societies and cultures.

For centuries, they have been in an open dialogue with their consumers who are free to shape, interpret, and interpret. The illustration is a special form of storytelling.

The illustrator himself becomes a narrator who, based on his own experiences and emotions, presents the story, creating a new version of it. This phenomenon is being explored morethoroughly at the festival.

About an exhibition: 

Nearly 100 folk tales book illustrations will be presented that have been created in the last 15 years in Hungary and Poland. The interactive exhibition room is a playground where children can freely play, try out all the books, special toys, furniture, decorations inspired by the stories, folklore and nature.

Admission to the exhibition is free of charge

Opening: 8 February, 6 pm

Art Quarter Budapest
1222 Budapest, Nagytétényi út 48-50.

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