Programme

Social programmes

During the 26th International IATEFL-H 3D Conference we will offer real 3D fun for our participants. As a teaser, here is a short list of the social programmes.

 

Friday

Visit to Bőszénfa 

This programme is offered from 11 a.m. on Friday, October 7 prior the opening of the Conference. Kaposvár University's Bőszénfa Game Management and Landscape Centre is the biggest deer farm in Hungary with red deer, wild boar, fallow deer, mouflon and roe deer on 1300 hectares. There are also Hungarian grey cattle, racka sheep, pigs, horses, donkeys, goats and water buffalo. Its varied activity is unique in Hungary including game management, crop cultivation, forestry, hunting, game meat processing, tourism as well as practical training opportunities for the students of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The Bőszénfa programme includes a guided tour on the farm - you can pet red and fallow deer and visit the trophy collection -  and a snack lunch to taste the products of the farm. For more information and/or registration contact Viktoria Kusz.

Opening ceremony

Suprise performances as part of the opening ceremony (short theatre performance offered by the pupils of the Mezőcsokonya Primary School and Kindergarten, singing of the Choir of the Kaposvár University with cello obbligato) and much more ;)

 

Evening reception with suprises ;)

3D Táncház – Táncház (house or barn dancing as literally translated) is a Hungarian folklore tradition in the course of which trained professionals teach the partakers to dance Hungarian folk dance type usually in a circle. In recognition of the revitalization and safeguarding efforts of the Táncház method in teaching traditional dancing, it has been inscribed on UNESCO's List of Intangible Heritage of Urgent Safeguardingin November, 2011. During this programme folk dancers wearing Hungarian folk clothes will lead the participants through the subtleties of Hungarian folk dancing.  

 

Saturday

3D Party with live music and 3D “rocking” 

We are inviting you to come and dance the night away on Saturday on campus!

 

Sunday

Visit to the Rippl-Rónai Museum

This programme is offered at 14:00 o'clock on Sunday October 9 as the closing programme. Rippl-Rónai József was one of the most famous Hungarian post impressionist painters. He lived and worked in Villa Roma in Kaposvar. Villa Roma operates now as a museum where an English language guided tour is offered as a closing programme of the conference. You must register for the tour if you are interested. For more information and/or registration contact Viktoria Kusz.