SATURDAY, JANUARY 23: “Contemporary Art in the Digital World” presentation by George Kozmon, complementing the opening of the new EXHIBIT at the Museum, titled “Kozmon: Primal Topography”. Kozmon talks about artists who use digital tools and platforms to create and share art. This lecture will explore the various aspects of the intersection of contemporary art […]
April 11th marks the opening of our new exhibit–The End of the Cold War, Fall of Communism in Hungary and Eastern Europe–which will be of particular interest to many of Greater Cleveland’s ethnic communities whose lives have been touched by these events. The Exhibit covers the period after World War II through the 1989 peaceful […]
In doing the research, an interesting but logical correlation became apparent. In the early 1900’s most of the musicals on Broadway were operetta transplants from Europe and they also influenced American composers to write in the same mode. So not only Hungarian, but German and French operetta composers had a great impact on the American […]
“On Saturday, March 31, 2012, what an opening it was! Visitors started to pour in around 4 o’clock and continued for at least half hour more. There was plenty of food and drinks including wine to keep the conversations and viewing of the exhibits going. The 4 young artists were there to mingle with the crowd. […]
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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 […]