Who is in the picture?

We can recognize the lady from the tiniest detail. It is, after all, Mona Lisa, the world’s most recognized piece of art.

But the painter, the school of art and the background of the painting is less readily identified.

 

New

Complex school programme for children between the ages of 8-14. Located at your school.

Unique

We combine art with history, and we will be painting world famous pieces of art on canvas, while getting to know the art historical background of the given period.

Background

Based on conversations and feedback from pupils, parents and teachers.

03Cultural education series for school classes
03Discovering art history through the ages

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Unconventional art lessons in 120 minutes

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Painting masterpieces step by step

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Art history and artists are presented in an interactive, understandable way

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Experiencing professional painting

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Unique methodology, developing creativity
03Available in 3 languages

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Paintings can be taken home

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Explore Periods and Masterpieces

Periods and masters to be presented in the Art & History School Programme

Gothic

Jan van Eyck: The Arnolfini Portrait 1434

Baroque

Diego Velázquez: Las Meninas 1656

Italian Renaissance

Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa 1506

Baroque

Jan Vermeer: Girl with a Pearl Earring 1665

 

Impressionism

Claude Monet: Water Lilies and the Japanese bridge 1898

Cubism

Pablo Picasso: The Weeping Woman 1937

 

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Sample Period and Masterpiece

One of our prepared topics is Van Gogh’s Chair. The world famous masterpiece, which was created in 1889, during his time in Arles, France, depicts a chair in his boarding house room, where he was staying.

One of Van Gogh’s paintings of the room.
The painting featured in the programme is Van Gogh’s Chair.

introduce Van Gogh to children

Vincent van Gogh

Van Gogh’s Chair 1888

I have been the Art Director of ArtBuda Creative Centre since 2017 as supervisor and creative artist

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I graduated from University of Fine Arts in Budapest, majoring in painting and restoration.

ORSOLYA BARABÁSSY BORSI

I am responsible for working out all the programmes of ArtBuda.
I have lots of experience in the field of art and culture, from my earlier years. After University, I started working as a museum educator, at the Ludwig Museum Budapest, Museum of Contemporary Art. I invent, plan, organize and carry out several different programs for different age groups with overall different needs. I conduct painting classes and I give workshops in elementary school in the framework of classrooms. ArtBuda offers several workshops and training courses, during the week and at the weekend.

Contact

Person

Orsi Barabássy 

Deutsch/English

+36 70 9438317

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