Author Archive | Andy Meszaros


George Kozmon at the Museum

Saturday, May 14, was the Museum’s last program in our 2022 Spring lecture series. It featured well-known artist George Kozmon, who presented a thoughtful review of the 25 pieces of fine art on temporary exhibit in the Museum. These pieces are part of the Museum’s permanent collection, and they were beautifully presented by George, as […]

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Memorial Weekend visitor.

On Memorial Weekend, our president, János Szigeti, hosted Capt. Viktor Erdész from the Hungarian Embassy in Washington, D.C. Capt. Erdész was the guest speaker at the United Hungarian Societies’ 2022 Memorial Day commemoration at Sunset Memorial park. He visited our Museum with Endre Szentkirályi, president of the United Hungarian Societies, and a member of our […]

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Save the Dates!

Save the Dates!

After missing two years due to the Covid pandemic, we are finally able to join with two other Hungarian organizations to participate in HUNGARIAN HERITAGE NIGHT AT THE BALLPARK! The ballpark that has been hosting this event is The Lake County Captain’s Ballpark in Eastlake , Ohio. The date of this event is Friday evening, […]

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Join us for our May program!

Please join us in person at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, May 14th starting at 2 PM for our final Spring program opening our newest exhibit “Fine Art Sampler” which features works of art that are part of the Museum’s permanent collection. George Kozmon, an internationally collected artist and lecturer at Case Western Reserve University […]

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Hungarian Easter Eggs

There is nothing lovelier than a basket filled with beautifully decorated Easter Eggs. The colors and the designs make you want to decorate eggs like that. Well, you can do just that! Just read on. Many cultures celebrate Easter, and part of their heritage includes the art of egg decorating. Hungary is no exception to […]

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Fine Art Sampler

Exhibit Title: “Fine Art Sampler – Paintings and Prints from the Museum’s Permanent Collections” This exhibit includes 25 pieces selected out of a total of 95 fine art works that have been donated to the Museum since its inception.  The entire collection, consisting of 57 paintings, 33 prints, and 5 watercolors, is presented in the […]

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Fehér Krisztina

April 9th program will feature the topic of bilingualism.

Our next program is entitled: New Insights on Bilingualism Our presenter is Dr. Krisztina Fehér, PhD The program will be in English. Krisztina Fehér is an assistant professor at the Department of Hungarian Linguistics, University of Debrecen, Hungary. Her research interests are child language, bilingualism and bidialectism. She has published numerous journal articles in the […]

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March program on Hungarian Folk Dancing included some wonderful live dancing!

On a windy Saturday afternoon in March, we gathered to listen to László Tihanyi discuss the history and development of Hungarian folk dancing…from its roots in Hungarian village life, to its emergence on the stage, and then into the lives of everyday Hungarians through the “táncház” movement.  László is a professional Hungarian folk dancer, as […]

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Save the Date and please join us for an in-person program on Hungarian Folk Dance

on Saturday, March 19th, at 2 o’clock at the Hungarian Museum. Our presenter will be László Tihanyi, professional Hungarian folk dancer and instructor. His presentation will describe some of the extensive research done on Hungarian folk dance; the various genres of Hungarian folk dance; the role of the “táncház” movement; and some live presentation of […]

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