When you sign up and pay for the workshop, we collect your name, address, telephone number, email and information about how you knew about us. This helps us to set communication between the students, and to connect students groups and their instructors. Before and during the workshop you will receive emails from your instructor and other students. Your data won't be used for any other purpose than for the workshop communication.
If you didn't sign for our newsletter, you won't receive any notifications from us in the future.
The deadline for the application is April 15, 2023. After that we won't accept any further applications from new students.
We normally don't issue the refunds for the classes.
However, if you had enrolled to any class of the workshop and then circumstances changed BEFORE March 15, 2023, you can get a 100% refund and we will still have time to offer your spot to someone else. If you change your mind after this date, we will be able to refund you only due to emergency circumstances that will be discussed in every case separately.
If the workshop is canceled by our party, all participants will get a 100% refund.
In case of a unexpected replacement of the instructor (due to sickness, emergency, etc), we will inform all the students, enrolled for the class, and let them decide, either they still want to participate or be refunded.
Panel Literature Association (Panel Irodalmi Egyesület) was founded in January 2019 in order to build a community of creative-minded people of Eastern and Central Europe, to represent and promote contemporary literature and arts, to provide support for initiatives in Hungary and beyond, and to promote Budapest as a cultural center of the region.
Panel Literature Magazine is published by Panel Literature Association.
Panel is a magazine of fiction, poetry, non-fiction and the arts, being produced in Central and Eastern Europe and originally written in English or translated into English.
Among key activities of Panel Literature Association are: magazine and book publishing, organizing cultural events, such as literary readings, workshops and exhibitions.