Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Created by Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Participants: Török-Csillag, Rebeka, Jani Cintia, Kutasi Jennifer, Laczi Regina (the names are in Hungarian order: surname first)

Teacher: Nagy Emília

Title: Hungary’s treasures
Theme: Migration and Immigration

Materials and techniques: Fabric, different paints, ink and pencil. Drawing and painting

Did your group enjoy working on the project? Yes, it was a nice thing to think about our nationality and we hope it gives pleasant moments to others as well.

About: Our artwork shows the specialties of Hungary. There are some typical Hungarian products, names of famous Hungarian inventors and some motives that are unique and only can be associated with Hungary. We would like to show what treasures our culture have and how important it is to make them known all around the world. A lot of Hungarians live abroad but they all have these things in their roots.

Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Created by Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Participants: Bán Ramóna, Márkus Evelin, Oszkó Ágnes, Takács Vera, Vesztróczi Alexandra, Varga Réka (in Hungarian names surname comes first)
Teachers: Nagy-Végh Melinda, Nagy Emília

Title: Global Village
Theme: Migration and Immigration

Materials and techniques: Fabric, pencil, pen, permanent marker, paint, drawing, painting, sewing

Did your group enjoy working on the project? Yes, it was a great challenge

About: We wanted to emphasize the fact that we are all the same. Definitely, we have different monuments and sights but even though we belong together. In our panel we would like to show the symbols of some big cities around the world. They can mean us a lot of different things, but one thing is common: we are proud of our values wherever we live or travel.

Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Created by Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

Participants: Bognár Vanessza, Papp Fruzsina, Szeidl Orsolya, Varga Noémi
(the names are in Hungarian order: surname first)

Teachers: Nagy-Végh Melinda, Nagy Emília

Title: Flowery dreams

Theme: Community

Materials and techniques: Fabric, thread, pen, paint, drawing, embroidery, sewing

Did your group enjoy working on the project? Yes, though it meant a lot of work.

About: This artwork stands very near to us as it is embroidered by traditional Hungarian folklore motives. We would like to present an idealistic, peaceful picture. It shows the fact that though Hungarians are all around the world, we always remain Hungarians.