Quality is the first norm for art, but its final norm is love and truth, the enriching of human life, the deepening of our vision.

Christianity and Art



Ars Sacra. Since 2007, each year on the third week of September we organize the Ars Sacra Festival along with the Open Church Day and with the Ars Sacra film festival from 2016. This initiative started in Budapest and became national later on.
Creata, Association Christian Artists Hungary, Budapest. Creata has 35 members: painters, sculptors, graphicians, art historians, musicians, actors and archaeologists who belong to the greatest Hungarian churches, the Roman Catholic and the Calvinist Church. We regularly organize exhibitions for our members, opened by our art historians.
Christian Artists Association of Hungary. Our aim is the propagation and the presentation of the contemporary painting all around Hungary, organizing exhibitions and make easier the circumstances of the artists ‘ life. We joined the International Association of Christian Artists in1992. 
Crescendo Summer Institute of the Arts, Sárospatak, Hungary. The Institute provides an excellent opportunity for concentrated work in the performing and visual arts and provides assistance in preparation for exams and auditions. Excellent soloists and members of leading European and American orchestras teach the Institute's mastercourses to intermediate and advanced arts students that join us from more than 16 countries. (Hu,E)
Museum of the Reformed College of Debrecen. Permanent exhibition entitled "Calvinist Rome, Christian Respublica, Hungarian Geneva". The historical role of Debrecen was often compared to that of the city of Calvin. Due primarily to its printing house and school, the “Hungarian Geneva” became a great power of significant intellectual influence.
- Keresztény Múzeum (Christian Museum), on the second floor of the Primate’s Palace. The Christian Museum is the largest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary, conserving European and Hungarian works of art of several centuries. On account of its Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, German and Austrian paintings, it is the third most significant picture gallery in Hungary, closely following the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest.