Literary Meet & Greet: The Jewish Bride
Thu Oct 14 2021 at 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Consulate General of Hungary | New York, NY
About this Event
The Hungarian readers got to know Patrícia Eszter Margit as a journalist and the author of the bestselling novel, The Jewish Bride. The book provides an insight into the ongoing identity-search of the 3rd generation holocaust survivors and into the mystical world of Kabbalah through an engaging love story.
In New York, Patricia is known for other reasons: she is the founder of Art Kibbutz, an international Jewish artists residency program that has received artists from 29 countries around the world and all over the US. She edited 7 tips for creating a strong diaspora community in America, the book of Piros Pazaurek, former honorary consul of Florida. As a response to the pandemic, she founded KorHatártalan, social network to support our elderly and sick compatriots.
Patrícia Eszter Margit has been living in New York with her family for 20 years. During the evening, comprising a reading and a Q&A, the author will elaborate on her latest book, her Jewish and Hungarian identities, and her life goals celebrating her City Artist Corps literary award from New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs.
Wearing a mask during the event and showing your proof of COVID vaccination at the entry is mandatory.
Because of capacity limitations ONLY REGISTERED GUESTS CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE EVENT.
Registration is open until 12pm on 10/13
This program is supported by #CityArtistCorps program, presented by #NYFA and #NYCDepartmentofCulturalAffairs.
Where is it happening?Consulate General of Hungary, 223 East 52nd Street, New York, United States