The green edition of KÉK’s regular film club aimed to showcase the concept of community and urban gardening for a wider audience. The underlying goal of the event was to spread the idea of urban gardening and attract more gardeners to the community gardens organized by KÉK in Budapest. The following films were shown at the event: Dig for Victory (1941, Ministry of Agriculture of Great-Britain); Wurzeln schlagen (2009, Roland Achini); City Farmers (1996, Meryl Joseph); The Garden of Eatin': A Short History of America's Garden (2009, Roger Doiron), Citizen Architect Samuel Mockbee and the Spirit of the Rural Studio (2010, Sam Wainwright), Unser Garten Eden (2010, Mano Khalil).
She started to volunteer at KÉK in 2010. As curator she is mainly active in the organization of the Budapest Architecture Film Days and the Urban Walk series. Since 2015 she is also involved with the operational management of the foundation. Previously, she was heading the content development department of a travel guide application (PocketGuide) and was the project coordinator of Krétakör Theatre. Holds master degrees in International Relations (Corvinus University of Budapest) and Cultural Policy (University of Warwick).
Architect, graduated from Vitus Bering UC Denmark in 2004 and Budapest University of Technology in 2008. In 2010 she co-founded her architecture and design studio Nanavízió. In her free time she is a Member of the Board of Izabella Street Gallery and Street Art for Housewives Organisation. Noémi took part in KÉK’s programs as an enthusiastic activist and bartender at KÉK’s former venues in Nefelejcs Street and Szervita Square, and since 2011 she is a curator of KÉK and Budapest Architecture Film Days.