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Whitsun Heritage Festival

Whitsun Heritage Festival

International gathering of Intangible Cultural Heritage under the Patronage of UNESCO.

FESTIVAL STAGE PROGRAMS on Whitsunday and Whit Monday

10:30 – 10:40             Presentation of Falconry

10:40 – 11:00             Gál Ferenc College Practicing Primary School of Szarvas(Whitsunday) / Csepp-Csepel Dance Group (Budapest) (Whit Monday) (Heritage Children’s Folk Art Association)

11:00 – 11:20             Dances of the Sárköz Region

11:20 – 11:40             ’Busó’ dances from Mohács

11:40 – 12:00             Latvia – Suiti cultural region – Suiti folk songs

12:00 – 12:20             Dances of Matyóland

12:20 – 12:40             Suprik Group of the Kecskemét Dance Group (Whitsunday) / Bem Aprók (Whit Monday) (Heritage Children’s Folk Art Association)

12:40 – 13:00             Student Songs of Selmec

13:00 – 13:20             Dances of Kalocsa

13:20 – 13:40          Whitsun Customs presented by children dance groups (Heritage Children’s Folk Art Association)

13:40 – 14:00             Dances of the Sárköz Region

14:00 – 14:20             ’Busó’ dances from Mohács

14:20 – 14:40             Dances of Matyóland

14:40 – 15:00             Csata Junior Dance Group of Isaszeg (Whitsunday) / Bartina Aprók (Szekszárd) (Whit Monday) ((Heritage Children’s Folk Art Association)

15:00 – 15:20             Latvia – Latvia – Suiti cultural region – Suiti folk songs

15:20 – 15:40             Dances of Kalocsa

15:40 – 16:00             Student Songs of Selmec

16:00 – 16:20             Parapács band

16:20 –                       Closing ceremony with the performers

WHITSUN TRADITIONS 

presented by children dance groups (Heritage Children’s Folk Art Association)

Pentecostal Arcade Games for boys:

• Tannery from Baja (VI-7),

• Treadmill from Mosonszentmiklós (X-9),

• Courtyard of Táp (X-16)

The Queen’s visit at Whitsun (Hungarian custom) in the Kisalföld region from house to house

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 PROGRAMS IN THE REGIONAL UNITS

Great Plains regional unit  

FOLK ART OF KALOCSA

House from Sükösd (VI-3)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Learning from the drawing women – the designing and drawing of Kalocsa embroidery patterns
  • Painting of Kalocsa with folk artists

• Demonstration of porcelain painting

• Kalocsa embroidery – machine embroidery demonstration and hand embroidering

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ARTISAN FISHING ON THE DANUBE

House from Hajdúbagos (VI-4)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Presentation of traditional fisherman tools and pictures
  • Knitting and throwing a fishing net
  • Cooking fisherman’s soup of Danube and tasting

BLUEPRINTING TRADITION IN HUNGARY

Blueprinting workshop of Nagykőrös (VI-6)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Preparing of wood-block
  • Moulding workshop for children

MUTTON STEW ACCORDING TO THE KARCAG TRADITION

Farmstead from Nagykunság (VI-10)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Making and tasting mutton stew and slambuc
  • Presentation of the festive board dinner-service of Karcag

Merry-go-round (Next to the windmill from Dusnok: VI-9)

Kisalföld regional unit (Plains of North-Western Hungary)  

FALCONRY

The area next to the Smithy from Szilsárkány (X-17)

(Inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity)

  • Bird show and Cultural History exhibit
  • Exhibition of traditional bird caps

HUNGARIAN CUTLER’S GUILD

Smithy from Szilsárkány 

  • Knives exhibition and market
  • Presentation of components of pocket knives and matters of hilt (Whitsunday)
  • Smithery demonstration (Whit Monday 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00)

HUNGARIAN WOODCARVER’S GUILD

Courtyard of Táp

  • Traditional items and tools, traditional techniques
  • Wood carving presentations

’BUSÓ FESTIVITIES’ AT MOHÁCS

Courtyard of Und

(Inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity)

  • Busó mask-carving demonstration
  • Šokac dances – performance and teaching
  • Become a Busó! – fit on Busó costumes
  • Cooking and tasting of bean of Sokac

BULRUSH WEAVING FROM TÁPÉ

Yard of the House from Und, Barn from Horvátzsidány

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Bulrush-weaving presentation
  • Workshop for children – bulrush-animal making

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MATYÓ HERITAGE

House from Rábcakapi (X-14)

(Inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity)

  • Furniture painting demonstration
  • Become a Matyó – try on traditional costumes
  • Traditional Matyó embroidery show and teaching
  • Drawing and colouring traditional Matyó flower patterns

PLUM JAM OF THE SZATMÁR-BEREG REGION

House from Ásványráró 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Jam tasting and demonstration
  • Delicious plum jam cakes making and tasting

LATVIA – SUITI CULTURAL SPACE

House from Bogyoszló

(Inscribed on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding)

  • Presentation of traditional handmade works
  • Latvian food tasting
  • Traditional costumes

STUDENT TRADITION OF SELMEC

House from Bogyoszló

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Student songs practicing and vivifying with the students of the University of Miskolc and the University of West Hungary
  •  Introduction of the student traditions
  •  Mug exhibition

POTTERY TRADITION OF MEZŐTÚR

House from Jánossomorja 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Pottery making with potter’s wheel
  • Pottery decorating show and teaching

HALAS LACE AND BOBBIN LACE FROM BALATONENDRÉD

House from Jánossomorja (X-5)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Glance into the secrets of lace stitching from Halas and bobbin lace making of Balatonedréd

TIKVERŐZÉS FROM MOHA

House from Harka 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Make yourself a felt mask
  • Making of the costume for the ‘tikverőzés’
  • Try on the costumes

PUPPET-PLAY FOR CHILDREN

House from Harka, Barn from Balf 

CHURCH DECORATION FROM MENDE

Votive chapel from Jánossomorja 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Pentecostal church decoration with flowers, greens and embroidered butterflies
  • Make yourself a butterfly – colouring for children

Southern Transdanubia regional unit 

LIVING TRADITION OF THE QUAERTERS’ PROFESSION IN EGER

House from Drávacsehi 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Ribboned Sticks of the Quarters’masters
  • Introduction of the ’hundred-pleated mantle’

 VILLAGES OF SÁRKÖZ REGION

House from Fadd (VII-1)

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Stringing of pearls
  • Fringing
  • Beading
  • Costume show

 ’CSOBÁNOLÁS’ – MASKED NATIVITY PLAYS OF THE SEKLERS OF BUKOVINA

House from Hidas 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Csobán (shepherd) costumes
  • Wool-lamb making workshop
  • Meet the Seklers of Bukovina!

 2014-ből EMMAUS TRADITIONS IN BÓLY – EASTER MONDAY FOLK TRADITION

Vineyard farm of Őcsény 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Meet the Emmaus tradition!
  • Photo exhibition of the former Emmaus
  • Winetasting

Western Transdanubia regional unit 

POTTERY TRADITION OF MAGYARSZOMBATFA

Barn of Egyházashollós 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Pottery making with potter’s wheel
  • Pottery decorating show and teaching
  • Market farm-wagon exhibition

MOLNÁRKALÁCS CAKES OF BORSODNÁDASD

House from Vöckönd 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Making and tasting molnárkalács cakes
  • Exhibition of the iron devices for the ’molnárkalács’

’GRAPEVINE BUD BREAK’ OF KŐSZEG

House from Szentgyörgyvölgy 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Presenting the Book of the ’Grapevine Bud Break’
  • Quizzes, plant recognizing games, bookdrawing
  • Wine market

KOSSUTH-CULT IN CEGLÉD

School from Kondorfa 

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Illustration of the Kossuth-cult
  • Games for children

LOGPULLING AT THE SLOVENIAN RÁBA REGION (Whitsunday)

House of Szalafő

(Inscribed on the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hungary)

  • Making of paperflower
  • Bridesmen poetry, wedding songs
  • Marching with the log

 

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