PAST Exhibition: HUNGARIAN TEXTILES,
WEAVING, & FANCY NEEDLEWORK
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Opening Reception was held: Saturday, January 20, 2001, 3-5 PM,
at the Hungarian Heritage Museum
(The reception is now past.)
As an added atraction, the artist Sister M. Edith Németh, Director of the Penn View Art Center in Elizabeth, PA, presented at the opening reception a demonstration of weaving and lace making.
Please also visit our former past exhibition website on
OTHER LINKS :
Samples of Hungarian Embroidery from the University of Szeged:
American Hungarian Folklore
Museum, Passaic, NJ
(See bi-lingual index for embroidery, lace, etc.)
Enikö Farkas, American-Hungarian Folk Artist from New York State
Néprajzi Múzeum / Folklore Museum, Budapest
Folk art of Kalocsa
National Costumes of Hungary
Hungarian Folk & Fine Art - see under "Embroidery"
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