On 13th of July 2018, State Secretary of Baden-Württemberg Theresa Schopper and Deputy Mayor of Ulm Iris Mann opened the exhibition on DANUBE WOMEN STORIES, complemented by the stylish ambience of the Museum of Ulm and the pleasant setting of the International Danube Festival.
– From the fishbone corset to the bikini
By the end of the 19th century, along with a fresh worldview, a new style was also in vogue, which broke with the rigidity of historicism and transformed women’s fashion completely – along with the “attire” of a dynamically modernizing Budapest. Read more
70 percent of our visitors our women. More women go to church and synagogue, concerts and theatres. Read more
Sétaműhely – Budapest Walkshop organized a 3 hour program: a walking tour and a site specific film screening. The walking tour takes us to the Buda Hills, to one of the most conservative and elegant part of Budapest. The peaceful area has no memorial plaques and the locals know very little about what happened here a few decades earlier.
Sétaműhely – Budapest Walkshop organized an urban walk to the monastery where Etelka Kuntich lived and saved life of Jewish children during 2WW. After the war the building served as the college of the State Defense Office. Andrea Ausztrics shot a half an hour documentary on the life of Etelka Kuntich:
It was probably one of the first feminist tour in Europe, and it was definitely the first one in Budapest… In 2012 Budapest Walkshop organized a bus tour with prof. Andrea Peto… Five years later we started a brainstorming on how we can acualize the tour…