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Bázis – Hungarian Association of Literature and Arts in Slovakia is an association for autunomous, independent literature, art and science in Slovakia.


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2022. 12. 12. 08:15 - 13:30

11th Legere Literary Competition in Nitra, co-organized by Bázis, 3rd round

2022. 11. 16. 17:00 - 18:30

Noémi Récsei is talking to Rita Halász about her Margó award-winning novel

2022. 11. 30. 10:00 - 11:30

Literary discussions and readings 3. Lifetime games


The concert of Orsolya Janszo in Basílica Santa María del Mar, Barcelona

The concert of Orsolya Janszo in Basílica Santa María del Mar (Barcelona).

TEXT 2022. 12. 01.

The poems of Márió Z. Nemes in hlo.hu

Three poems by Márió Z. Nemes, translated by Gábor G. Gyukics and Duncan Robertson for the Hungarian poetry anthology They’ll Be Good for Seed, has been published in hlo.hu. Evening Milk People threw money in his hat and the man let themtouch his hump.Then he squeezed milk from it, but it was too cold,and the […]

TEXT 2022. 11. 29.

IN SITU ARTIST GROUP exhibition in SCHEMNITZ GALLERY – Banská Štiavnica (video)

The members of Bázis took part in IN SITU art group’s exhibition in Schemnitz Gallery. EXHIBITING ARTISTS:IN SITU ART GROUP: ARADSKÝ Richard, CSANDA Máté, FERDICS Béla, FUNCZIK Norbert, GYENES Gábor, KUBICSEK Mónika, PÁLMAI Ladislav, PÉZMAN Andrea, SZŐKE Erika, TÖRÖK Bianka, VÁCLAV Kinga, EGERVÁRIJúlia CORATOR: GYENES GÁBORMain organizers of IN SITU: GYENES Gábor, VÁCLAV Kinga

VIDEO 2022. 11. 28.

Csilla Nagy & Erika Szőke: THE FADING EARTH (video)

Csilla Nagy & Erika Szőke: THE FADING EARTH

VIDEO 2022. 11. 20.

Zoltán Németh’s study on Hungarian literature in Slovakia in World Literature Studies

Zoltán Németh’s study “The transcultural levels of minority literary history writing: Hungarian literature in Slovakia” has been published in World Literature Studies.

TEXT 2022. 11. 16.

Judit Görözdi’s review of three books on transculturalism edited by Zoltán Németh, Magdalena Roguska, Orsolya Hegedűs, Anikó N. Tóth and Gabriella Petres Csizmadia in WLS

Judit Görözdi’s review of three books on transculturalism edited by Zoltán Németh, Magdalena Roguska, Orsolya Hegedűs, Anikó N. Tóth and Gabriella Petres Csizmadia has been published in World Literature Studies.

TEXT 2022. 11. 16.

Magdalena Roguska-Németh’s study on transculturalism and literature in World Literature Studies

Magdalena Roguska-Németh’s study “Transculturalism in literature as reflected in the works of translingual writers from the Hungarian cultural context” has been published in World Literature Studies.

TEXT 2022. 11. 16.

Györgyi Horváth’s study in Feminist Media Studies

Györgyi Horváth’s study “Internet memes and a female “Arab Spring”: mobilising online for the criminalisation of domestic abuse in Hungary in 2012-13” has been published in Feminist Media Studies:

TEXT 2022. 11. 16.

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2022. 11. 28.

IN SITU ARTIST GROUP exhibition in SCHEMNITZ GALLERY – Banská Štiavnica (video)


2022. 11. 16.

Judit Görözdi’s review of three books on transculturalism edited by Zoltán Németh, Magdalena Roguska, Orsolya Hegedűs, Anikó N. Tóth and Gabriella Petres Csizmadia in WLS


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2022. 12. 01.

The concert of Orsolya Janszo in Basílica Santa María del Mar, Barcelona


2022. 11. 29.

The poems of Márió Z. Nemes in hlo.hu


2022. 11. 28.

IN SITU ARTIST GROUP exhibition in SCHEMNITZ GALLERY – Banská Štiavnica (video)


2022. 11. 20.

Csilla Nagy & Erika Szőke: THE FADING EARTH (video)


2022. 11. 16.

Zoltán Németh’s study on Hungarian literature in Slovakia in World Literature Studies