World Art Nouveau Day

World Art Nouveau Day
Castel Béranger, February 16, 2013.jpg
The gateway of the Castel Béranger by Hector Guimard (1895–1898)
Observed by International
Date 10 June
Frequency Annual
Related to Art nouveau

World Art Nouveau Day (WAND) is an event dedicated to art nouveau that is celebrated annually on 10 June.[1] The first World Art Nouveau Day in 2013 was organized by The Museum of Applied Arts (Budapest) (IMM) in cooperation with Szecessziós Magazin (a Hungarian Magazine about Art Nouveau).[2][3][4] The selected date – 10 June – is the anniversary of the death of two famous architects of the movement, Antoni Gaudí and Ödön Lechner. Activities like those organised on World Art Nouveau Day aim to create more awareness of Art Nouveau heritage among the public.

The two biggest organisations in Europe coordinating the World Art Nouveau Day activities are the Art Nouveau European Route[5] in Barcelona, and the Réseau Art Nouveau Network (RANN)[6] in Brussels.[7] In 2019 the event was supported by European Heritage Alliance.[8]

Links

References

  1. ^ "June 10th – World Art Nouveau Day". aubg.edu.
  2. ^ "World Art Nouveau Day 2018 – Museum of Applied Arts". imm.hu.
  3. ^ "World Art Nouveau Day in Budapest". 29 May 2019.
  4. ^ "Szecessziós Magazin". szecessziosmagazin.com.
  5. ^ "Art Nouveau European Route : The Route". artnouveau.eu.
  6. ^ "Réseau Art Nouveau Network (RANN)". artnouveau-net.eu.
  7. ^ "visit.brussels". visit.brussels.
  8. ^ "World Art Nouveau Day 2019".

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