Art & Nonviolent Communication Weekend
at Art School in Budapest
Enthusiasm for the things we feel passionate about can be contagious.
For quite a while, I have been passionate about both contemporary art and nonviolent communication (NVC). My whole school: the courses, the structure and the way of teaching are inspired by these two passions of mine.
And this fall I wish to expand my dream to a wider audience. On the weekend of October 22-23 Art School in Budapest will be offering a series of exciting workshops and lectures about Art and nonviolent communication. You are warmly welcome to join any of them.
Admission: Contribution of 500-1000Ft/visitor to cover the organizational costs, free entry for ASiB students
To register and for more information please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the limited space, number of places for each lecture and workshop is limited to 15. Places will be allocated on first come, first served basis.
Saturday, October 22
Judit Bergmann: Presenting the “5 symbols” task series (lecture)
►16.00 – 17.00
Victoria Zamparutti: Introduction to the history of Latin America Art (lecture)
►17.15 – 18.45
Katalin Timár: Dialogical Art and Its Political Engagement in Contemporary Art (lecture)
►19.00 – 20.30
Hava Eva Jonai: The language of life and connection – Short Introduction to NVC (workshop)
Sunday, October 23.
►16.30 – 17.30
Judit Fischer: Why Do We Support the Arts (lecture)
Barbara Guttman: Do We Really Draw on The Right Side of the Brain? (lecture)
►19.00 – 20.30
Eva Ramabala: Soft Skills for Hard Cases – Basics of Nonviolent Communication (workshop)