Archive | Exhibits


Zsolnay Porcelain

November 2001 – February 2002 Zsolnay is a renown manufacturer of Hungarian fine porcelain, and porcelain products, for example, art tiles. It is located in Pécs, in SW Hungary. Zsolnay pottery was made in Hungary after 1853. It was characterized by Persian, Art Nouveau, or Hungarian motifs. Early Zsolnay was not marked, but by 1878 […]

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Halas Lace

HALASI CSIPKE   –  HALAS  LACE Exhibition 100 YEARS OF HUNGARIAN HALAS LACE, sponsored by the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society & Fashion Department of Ursuline College, Student Learning Center, Ursuline College 2500 Lander Road, Pepper Pike, OH 44124 (Main phone # for Ursuline College: 440 449-4200). This exhibition of the world-famous Hungarian Halas lace, winner of […]

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Hungarian Prints, Portraits, & Landscapes

Works by Hungarian & Hungarian -American artists, focusing on the works of: Stephen Csoka – Csóka István (1897-1989): Opening reception (Saturday, July 20, 2002, 3-5 PM) included lecture (*in Hungarian*) entitled: “ETHNOGRAPHY OF HUNGARIAN CULTURE” by Dr. Gábor Tarján This exhibition presented a collection of prints produced by Hungarian artists in Budapest, called “Self-Portraits” (1928) […]

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50 Years of Hungarian Scouting in Cleveland

???? Hungarian Scout Association / Cserkészet   CURRENT CLEVELAND CONTACTS    1.) Boy Scout Troop 14  / 14. sz. Görgey Arthur cscs., III kerület, Cleveland, OH, USA Csapatparancsnok: Tábor András (Bandi) cst.    (Troop Leader at time of exhibition) E-mai Current Troop Leader:  Csapatparancsnok: Strada Pal, st. Website:   2.)  Boy Scout Troop 22 / 22. sz. Bessenyei György cscs., III kerület, Cleveland, […]

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NASA-Hungary Space Research Activities

Saturday, April 20, 2002,   3:00-5:00 p.m.  Our Exhibition was free & open to the public Viewing was open to all during regular Museum hours: Guided tours were available for groups of adults or schoolchildren available by special arrangement, either during regular open times, or, other times also available. For information, please call: 440 442-3466. […]

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Stróbl: Hadik hussar checking his sabre

Hungarian Military History in Art, Artifacts, and Memorabilia

Special exhibition: (After June 23 through October, 2001) Paintings, books, uniforms, maps, medals, etc. Opening Reception was held: June 23, 2001, 3 – 5 PM All Were Invited!   LINKS to Hungarian Military websites: A Thousand yeasrs of the Hungarian Art of War [e-book by Anthony Komjathy] Early Hungarian Weapons See:  “Contents” page for “The Spirit of […]

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Hungarian Artists of the Immigration

Opening Reception was held on: Saturday, March 4, 2000 3-5 PM – Hungarian Artists of the Immigration – Featuring : József Csébigaál, painter József Domján, woodcut, stone, metal etchings Sándor Déry, painter Rudolf Dudinsky, painter György Gyímesy Kásás, painter Csaba Kúr, sculptor and painter Antal Krasznai, painter Lajos Resö, painter Lajos Papp, painter Erzsébet Radnay […]

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Kossuth Statue in Cleveland, OH. Sculptor: András Tóth, 1901

Moments in Hungarian History

Our second “off site” exhibition was at the entrance lobby of the Grasselli Library at John Carroll University, and  was entitled “Moments in Hungarian History.” It included books, maps, paintings,  prints, reproductions, documents, photographs, realia, and narrative texts.  It was partly prepared in conjunction with the 24th Annual International Conference of the AHEA – American Hungarian Educators’Association – held […]

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