6-10 July 1972 - The members of Pécsi Műhely/Pécs Workshop carry alternations of landscape in the chapel's surroundings for their planned exhibition (the works can be seen throughout summer).

10 July-3 August 1972 - An exhibition of Pécsi Műhely/Pécs Workshop (Ferenc Ficzek, Károly Halász, Károly Kismányoky, Ferenc Lantos, Sándor Pinczehelyi, Kálmán Szíjártó, Katalin Nádor) and the kinetic sculptures of István Haraszty.

István Haraszty: Bird-cage

Lie-detector computer

Interactive light column

Juke-box (it is constantly playing Hanna Honthy's song titled Péter Hajmási, which can only be muted by inserting a 2-forint coin)

15-16 July 1972 - Sign Action by György Galántai. He paints one sign onto the tower of the chapel, and others by the paths leading to the exhibitions and the churchyard..

20 July 1972 - Supported with a slide show, István Haraszty lectures on the avant-garde exhibitions and his mobile sculptures.

27 July 1972 - István Haraszty and György Galántai start a collective action with the visitors called “You Open The Exhibition Today.” In the evening, supported with a slide show, György Galántai lectures on the previous exhibitions.

28 July 1972 - On the action “You Open The Exhibition Today” Galántai takes photographs of the entering visitors - documenting the reactions that express a sense of responsibility.