Humanities 250 - Hungary: The Culture and Crafts of Hungary
Over the course of three weeks, students will survey the folk arts and traditional crafts of several regions of Hungary by examining traditional dress, embroidery, ceramics, and cultural history. The influence of this work will be explored by visiting museum collections, guilds, local art exhibits and visiting with artists. The students will be immersed in the unique Hungarian culture through sampling the regions cuisine and folk art performances.
Course: HUMA 250
Program leaders: Stephanie Rozene; Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad
Curricular requirement: EL
Length of program: 20 days
Meals: All meals included
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