2011, 2014, 2015, Budapest
'The festival started in 2006 as Quarter6Quarter7, first only during Hanukkah and then during Passover, as a project uniting the places of the districts. The name suggested that the old Jewish quarter was located in the VI. and VII. district of Budapest. Since 2014, the festival has been running under the name Quarter7Quarter8, involving the surroundings of Marom's new community space, the eighth district, and with it even more social projects. A VII. The district also has a rich Jewish past and also deserves a lot of attention in terms of urban development. N7N8 aims to show and reinterpret Jewish and other minority cultures through local history and cultural programs.'