Archive | Exhibits


The Designing Spirit – Hungarian Folk Art

New Special Exhibit Grand Opening: Saturday, September 15, 2007 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. “The Designing Spirit” – in Hungarian Folk Art – Attire, Embroidery, & Artifacts Opening remarks, Mr. Andor Czompo, 3 p.m. Special Dance Performance, 4:00 p.m. by Csárdás Youth Ensemble The exhibit of fanciful folk attire and richly embroidered finery from the many diverse […]

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Domján – Master of the Color Woodcut

Centennial Exhibition Opening was held on: Saturday, April 14, 2007 at the Museum Additional information on Domján, additional exhibits: Dennos Museum: Domján books & posters are still available at our Gift Shoppe. There are sevaral books & prints available for sale. This exhibit was a truly unique exhibit. A világhírré szert tett kíváló magyar […]

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1956 Hungarian Revolution Exhibition

From October 7 – To February 24, 2007 (extended) “Spirit of Freedom 1956” – “Az 1956-os Forradalom Ötvenedik Évfordulója” TIMES through February 14: Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays: 11 AM.-3 PM, Fridays: 11 AM-5 PM; LOCATION: At the Museum located in the Galleria at Erieview at E. 9th Street & Lakeside Ave. in downtown Cleveland, free parking […]

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Hungarian Dolls

Hungarian Dolls / Magyar Díszbaba This exhibit featured many forms of Hungarian dolls. The collection showsed not only the old and the new, but also a variety of colorful costumes. There were over 120 dolls, dressed in Hungarian regional costumes. In most cases these dolls showcased Hungarian folk costumes and decorations in the form of […]

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Hungarian Arts & Crafts

This special exhibit featured local Hungarian-American artisans & craftsmen. Works covered PHOTOGRAPHY, WATERCOLOR, CERAMICS, WOOD CARVINGS, DECORATED EASTER EGGS, and many other items. Artisans featured were: IMRE BOGARDY GEORGE BUZA TINY HALACSY MARIANNE LEGEZA LÁSZLÓ LIESZKOVSZKY ANDREW & MAGDA TEMESVÁRY & in memoriam MARGARET DÓSA & ZSOLT GREGORA (Opening reception was held Saturday, April 1, […]

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Fischer – Hungarian Decorative Pottery

FISCHER – HUNGARIAN DECORATIVE POTTERY – CSODÁLATOS MAGYAR KERÁMIA DATE of opening reception: Saturday, November 19, 2005 Ignac Fischer learned his craft at Herend and in 1867 founded his own pottery manufacture in Pest. Imagination has no bounds and Fischer produced a wealth of decorative art pottery that was extensively exported. Many of the pieces […]

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Cleveland Artists of the Early to Middle Twentieth Century, Teachers and Innovators

Special Exhibition, Gala Celebration & Concert, March 19 [now past]: New exhibition: “Cleveland Artists of the Early to Middle Twentieth Century, Teachers & Innovators” (The highly respected painters and printmakers JOHN CSÕSZ, KÁLMÁN KUBINYI, PAUL RIBA, and SÁNDOR VÁGÓ, played a large role in the art community of Cleveland as artists, teachers and contributors to […]

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