The Foundation’s Museum captures the flavor of Hungarian immigrant life with a fine art, folk art and folk life focus.
The short and long-term exhibit areas feature shows of Hungarian naive art, shows of American and Hungarian artists and photographers, as well as special aspects of Hungarian-American history, art, culture and traditions. Program services include tours for the public, schools and special interest groups, traveling exhibit areas and related lectures.
The Foundation’s Museum is designed to display both permanent and special temporary exhibits. The collections house a great variety of art and artifacts which exemplify the rich cultural history of Hungary and the diverse contributions of Hungarians to the American way of life. A major focus of the Foundation’s Museum collection is the work of artists who were born in Hungary and had careers in America.
Since its opening in 1989, over 80,000 visitors have come to the Foundation’s Museum to view more than ninety different exhibit areas.
These have included:
More recent exhibit areas include: