News in Cultural Heritage

Exploring the Future of Roma Cultural Heritage at CEU

February 23, 2018

"'The Future of Roma Cultural Heritage,' the first event in Budapest held by the European Roma Institute of Arts and Culture (ERIAC), featured a lively exchange of knowledge and experience among experts from academia and the arts. The event was co-organized by ERIAC, CEU’s Romani Studies Program, and the European Union-funded "Re-designing Access to European Cultural Heritage" (REACH) project at Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE).

CEU’S Cultural Heritage Program Awarded for Hosting European Heritage Days

February 23, 2018

"The Cultural Heritage Studies Program at CEU has been awarded in recognition of the high standard of the activities offered at the European Heritage Days (EHD). The award, symbolized by a puppet, was awarded by the community of EHD organizers at a two-day meeting of local event organizers in Budapest in November..."

Are you Game? Presenting Cultural Heritage by Playing at CEU

Games and playing are essential parts of human life that show significant cultural variation and reflect the changes in society. However, their role as an element of cultural heritage and the social identity of various communities is often underestimated.

European Heritage Days at CEU

September 21, 2016

CEU opened its doors the forth time to visitors during the European Heritage Days September 17-18 2016. CEU students, alumni, the Cultural Heritage Studies Program, the Civic Engagement Office and the External Relations Office worked together to plan and conduct the activities celebrating the heritage that CEU safeguards and opens to the public in downtown Budapest. The European Heritage Days events provided by our Cultural Heritage Studies Program was a big success - about 450 visitors wanted to see the heritage values of CEU's buildings presented by our expert guides.