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Opened: April 29, 2011 – Last Day: September 9, 2011 Exhibit Information: This exhibit on Hungary presents photographs depicted the many views and moods by three renowned photographers – George Buza, George Gati and Stephen Spinder. The photographs imparted in black and white and color the many faces of Hungary as interpreted by these three […]
June through October, 2010 Opening Reception: Artist Gyuri Hollosy gave a presentation regarding his past, present and future works – “A Point of Reference in sculpture and in painting.” Background on the artist: Gyuri Hollosy was born in 1946 in Bad-Aibling, Germany. He and his family moved to Cleveland in 1955. He studied at the […]
February 20 through May 28, 2010 February 20, 2010, 2 pm Opening presentation by: Mr. Peter Laki, eminent musicologist, professor and program annotator for the Cleveland Orchestra. Mr. Laki’s presentation was on Hungarian Classical Music Composers with special emphasis on Ferenc Erkel on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of his birth. Mr. Peter Laki is […]
“Heartbeat of Hungarian Culture in Northeast Ohio” featuring the achievements of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society as we celebrate our past 25 years.
Buckeye Road Neighborhood – A Hungarian Community in Cleveland Depicting the history of the Hungarian Buckeye Road neighborhood from the early 1900s to its demise in the late 1900s, this exhibition showsed the changing neighborhood through pictures and memorabilia. It was a nostalgic review of a once vibrant and close knit community, which has since […]
Created for both function and beauty, and tailored and modified throughout the years to fit the to the ever-changing tastes of society, the exhibited items ranged from industrially mass produced to individually hand crafted items designed and produced primarily in Hungary and the United States. The exhibition exploresdthe various facets of the influence of folk […]
Special exhibition of oil paintings, offering a nostalgic glimpse into a simpler and gentler bygone era, idyllic village life, and romanticized rural scenes of the Hungarian countryside of the past. “RURALIA HUNGARICA” “Hungarian Country Life” The paintings in this exhibit by Hungarian painters had included: Márton Barabás, Ilona Berkes, Béla Ivanyi-Grünwald, Antal Neogrády, László Neogrády, […]
If you love operettas, love the music and the stories, we hope you did not miss our Museum’s “WORLD OF HUNGARIAN OPERA, COMPOSERS AND THEIR WORKS” special exhibit! The exhibit celebrated the legacy of operetta composers Franz Lehar, Emmerich Kalman, and Sigmund Romberg whose works were performed and enjoyed world-wide, as well as Pongrác Kacsoh, […]