Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives
A family saga with 4 children, 5 broken cameras, and countless burnt olive trees. A first-person story of non-violent resistance in a West Bank village.
OSA Archivum cordially invites you to the public screening of Péter Erdélyi’s documentary Doni tükör (Don Mirror) and the following discussion. The screening takes place in conjunction with our exhibition Don – A Tragedy and its Afterlives.
OSA Archivum cordially invites you to the launch of Ildikó Barna and Andrea Pető’s book on the controversial topic of post-World War II Hungarian jurisdiction, A politikai igazságszolgáltatás a II. világháború utáni Budapesten (Political Jurisdiction in Budapest after World War II), published by Gondolat in 2012. The book is an attempt at an unbiased and objective description of the “people’s tribunal process” and how the people's courts worked.
On December 21, 2012, the first day of winter, Osa Archivum will organize a Manuscript A(u)ction in Galeria Centralis in cooperation with Sziget Kulturális Szervező Iroda, Magvető Könyvkiadó and Summa Artium.
This one-day workshop brings together archives and library professionals and data management experts to share best practices and knowledge in the field of digitizing cultural heritage collections in non-state institutions in Central Europe.
The workshop brings together theater experts and scholars to discuss problems of documentary representations of the recent past in contemporary theater.
Series of events aimed at adding more context to Rodolf Hervé's exhibition, with the participation of former friends, performers and fellow artists, as well as historians and art historians.
Participants in this panel discussion will elaborate on the role of archives and archival activism in the protection and promotion of human rights.
Series of events in conjunction with the Dead Library - Books Unread exhibition.
The one-day conference organized on the occasion of the 90th birthday of Árpád Göncz, the first President of the third Hungarian Republic invites philosophers, literary critics, economists, sociologists and historians to summarize their refelctions on the current state of the republic and the prospects of its future.