Rotating Exhibits

List of EXHIBITS at the Museum of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society

  1. April, 1986 – Opening of the Museum an Exhibit at St. Elizabeth Church
  2. Sept. 26, 1987 – 2nd exhibit at St. Elizabeth
  3. Nov. 25 & 26, 1988 – exhibit regarding museum at St. Elizabeth for the Hungarian Association’s World Congress at the Bond Court Hotel
  4. March 2 to April 30, 1992 – Hungarian Folk Art – A Celebration of Hungary at the Natural History Museum
  5. April 24 to May 23, 1993 – Magyar Art in the Era of the Dual Monarchy at the Beck Center
  6. Nov. 24, 1995 – Family Days/Family Traditions at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum
  7. Oct. 23 to Nov. 9, 1996 – 40th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution
  8. Nov., 1996 – Hungarian Stamps and Coins
  9. Feb – March, 1997 – Hungarian Embroidery and Fancy Needlework
  10. Apr – May, 1997 – Hungarian Pottery and Porcelain
  11. May 30th to July, 1997 – Contemporary Hungarian Americans – An Exhibit of Fine Arts
  12. Aug., 1997 – Photography of Robin Hlobeczy
  13. Sept. – Oct., 1997 – Hungarian Dog Breeds
  14. Nov., 1997 to February, 1998 – A Sampling of Hungarian Art and Culture
  15. March – April, 1998 – 150th Anniversary of the 1848 War of independence
  16. May 2 to May 23, 1998 – Herend – The Art of Hungarian Porcelain
  17. June, 1998 – Hungarian Arts and Theater at the Cleveland Playhouse
  18. June 19,1998 to June 23, 1999 – Hungarian Images at the Lake County Historical Society
  19. Oct. 3, 1998 to January, 1999 – Hungarian Embroidery at Notre Dame College
  20. March 13 to April 18, 1999 – Moments in Hungarian History at John Carroll University’s Grasselli Library
  21. Oct., 1999 to February, 2000 – Hungarian-American Contributions to Cleveland
  22. March to July, 2000 – Hungarian Artists of the Emigration
  23. Aug., 2000 to January, 2001 – St. Stephen and the Holy Crown
  24. January 20, 2001 to present – Hungarian Textiles – Weaving, lace and embroidery
  25. June 21 2001 – Hungarian Military History
  26. Nov. 1, 2001-Feb. 2002 – Zsolnay porcelain and ceramics
  27. Feb. 16, 2002 – Artistic Impressions – Bogárdy I., Buza Gy., etc.
  28. April 20, 2002 – NASA – Hungary’s Space Activities.
  29. July 20, 2002 – Hungarian Prints, Portraits and Landscapes with focus on Stephen Csóka
  30. Oct. 12, 2002 – Halas Lace
  31. July 26, 2003 – Through the Looking Glass –Zsolt Gregora photography
  32. Oct. 1, 2003 – Hungarian Immigration – America, Ohio, Cleveland –over the last 200 years.
  33. March 20, 2004 – George Kozmon – 20 Years Retrospective
  34. Aug. 21, 2004 – Zsolt Gregora Estate Collection
  35. Nov. 20, 2004 – Hungarian and Polish Friendly Relations. 1000 Years of Historical Interaction
  36. March 19, 2005 – Cleveland Hungarian Artists of the Early to Middle Twnetieth Century, Teachers and Innovators – Kálmán Kubinyi, Pál Riba, John Csősz and Sándor Vágó
  37. Aug. 20, 2005 – Donated Items: Hungarian Memorabilia, Folk Art Ceramics & Porcelain
  38. Nov. 19, 2005 – Fischer – Hungarian Decorative Pottery
  39. April 1, 2006 – Local Hungarian-American Artisans and Craftsmen – Imre Bogárdy, George Buza, Tini Halácsy, Marianne Legeza, László Lieszkovszky, Andrew and Magda Temesváry and in memoriam Margaret Dosa and Zsolt Gregora
  40. Aug. 5, 2006 – Hungarian Dolls
  41. Oct. 7, 2006 – Spirit of Freedom 1956 – 50th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution
  42. April 14, 2007 – Domján – Master of the Color Woodcut” Centennial exhibition.
  43. Sept. 15, 2007 – The Designing Spirit in Hungarian Folk Art, Andor Czompó’s collection of Hungarian folk costumes
  44. March 1, 2008 – 75th Anniversary of the 4th World Scout Jamboree held in Gödöllö, Hungary, and concurrently – Hungarian Postage Stamps – “A Trip Through 140 Years of History and Art
  45. July 19, 2008 – The World of Hungarian Operetta” – celebrating Hungarian composers
  46. Dec. 6, 2008 . Ruralia Hungarica” Hungarian Country Life as depicted in oil paints
  47. Jul. 7, 2009 . “Hungarian Applied Art – Influence of Folk Art in Textiles” “Buckeye Road – Hungarian Neighborhood In Cleveland”
  48. Feb. 20, 2010 . “Hungarian Classical Music Composers”
  49. Jun. 19, 2010 . “Point of Reference – in Sculpture with Paintings” The works of sculpture Gyuri Hollosy
  50. Oct. 9, 2010 . “Commemorating Twenty-five Years” Chronology of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society’s activities over twenty-five years.
  51. Apr. 21, 2011 . “Visions of Hungary – Photo Perspectives by Buza, Gaddi, and Spinder”
  52. Sep. 10, 2011 . “Ferenc (Franz) Liszt – 200th Anniversary Commemoration” Life and works of Liszt on occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth.
  53. Feb. 27, 2012 . “Donated Items – From 2007 to 2012” featuring items donated to the Museum
  54. Mar. 31, 2012 . “4 Under 30 – Young Hungarian/American Artists” Featuring artists K. Lazar, J. Nadas, P. Tabor, and K. Walter; curated by George Kozmon.
  55. Aug. 26, 2012 . “Donated Items II”
  56. Mar. 24, 2013 . “Hungarian Cultural Gardens – Celebration of 75 Years”
  57. Jul. 26, 2013 . “Hungarian Songwriters – From Broadway to Hollywood”

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