Archive | Exhibits


Remembering 1848, the Minacs Collection

The Museum has a wonderful exhibit on display where one can browse among historical material, including newspaper articles, pictures, postcards, medals and other 1848 memorabilia. A truly one-of-kind collection, this exhibit offers the visitor a closer look at the men who had a role in the Revolution as well as contemporary items that bring the […]

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The Art of Evelyn Domján, a Visual Feast For Your Eyes!

On Saturday afternoon, September 9th, we gathered at the Museum for the opening of an amazing exhibit featuring the creative artwork of Evelyn Domján. It was a wonderful event, featuring George Kozmon’s in-person conversation with Michael Domján, Evelyn’s son, who joined us via Zoom from Austin, Texas. The story of Evelyn Domján and her husband Joseph came […]

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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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Newest Exhibit Celebrates 35 years of living our mission!

Celebrating 35 years of exhibits sponsored by the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society– that is the theme of our newest special exhibit at the Museum! Featuring wonderful posters highlighting some of our most successful exhibits, the material is beautifully enriched not only with artifacts from those exhibits, but through the plentiful material found on interactive computer […]

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American Hungarian Contributions to Business

When you turn on your computer, rent a car at the airport, or are looking through the recipe book called The Cuisine of Hungary, you are experiencing the innovative spirit that created these and many other products and services that have had an affect on our world. The Museum’s exhibit on American Hungarian Contributions to […]

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Museum’s New Trianon Exhibit is Online

Hungary has designated 2020 as the Year of National Unity Hungarians the world over are commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the signing of the Peace Treaty of Trianon on June 4, 1920. The Cleveland Hungarian Museum’s events to commemorate this historically significant anniversary had to be postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

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Exhibit at the Museum features New Donations!

This exhibit features stunning examples of folk and fine art, all in the Hungarian spirit of creativity! From textiles to porcelain and paintings, there is something compelling for every viewer to enjoy and marvel at. Donors have reached out to the Museum in an effort to find a home for their treasures, and we are […]

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New Exhibit at the Museum

The beauty and diversity of Hungary’s countryside, villages and cities is presented with stunning imagery. Compelling photographs divided by topic grace the exhibit wall of the Museum, along with interactive computer programs that allow the visitor to delve deeper into the treasures of Hungary. (more…)

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New Exhibit Opening was well-received!

On Saturday afternoon, May 19th, the Museum hosted the opening of its newest exhibit, Hungarian American Contributions to Science, Mathematics and Business. This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of John Lauer, whose suggestion that this topic be featured in an exhibit at our Museum was the inspiration for our curator, Andrew Lazar, to put […]

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Late 19th century Early 20th century Hungarian paintings

Saturday, October 28th- a wonderful afternoon for those guests of the Museum who attended the Late 19th century Early 20th century Exhibit Opening and Reception. The program featured a presentation on the paintings featured in the exhibit, along with a discussion of issues such as identifying the artist and verifying the authenticity of the painting […]

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