Permanent exhibitions of The Csángó Ethnographical Museum in Zăbala
Traditional Folk Art from Zabola/Zăbala
In a house built at the beginning of the 20th century visitors can discover an exhibition of pictures exposing the most remarkable buildings and historical monuments of Zăbala. A smaller room hosts the most valuable collection of the Museum presenting tiles of open fireplaces from the 16-19th centuries.
In the main hall our guests can admire local traditional costumes and mementos from WWI (objects, photographs).
Finally the visitors can enter a room that represents the “clean room” and the interior of the local farmer families’ houses from the beginning of the 20th century.
Traditional Folk Art of Hungarians from Moldavia
The collection of photographs and maps introduces the settlement structures of the Moldavian Hungarian villages and their traditional architecture. On the first floor visitors can see the workshop, living room, and earthenware products of a potter’s family from Gorzafalva (Oituz), the bedroom of an old woman from Pusztina (Pustiana), and the so called “clean room” (representational living room) of a house from Lészped (Lespezi).
The second-floor Gallery presents the “course of life” of Csángó-Hungarians of Moldavia, their religious lives from birth to death, their folk religion, printed and handwritten books of prayer and books of songs in the Hungarian language, and their festive costumes and traditional textiles.
On January 15, 2015 at 19:00 MAGMA Contemporary Art Space from Sfântu Gheorghe cordially invites you to the opening of the exhibition entitled The geometry of water by Hungarian artist Ágnes PÉTER winner of the first prize at the second edition of the International Graphic Art Biennial in Szeklerland.[ details ]
SALON VIDEO and MAGMA Contemporary Art Space cordially invite you to the opening of the archive-exhibition salonvideo_SUBmissions.[ details ]
The commune Árkos and the Covasna County Capital, Sepsiszentgyörgy will host an extraordinary event: the ‘Spiral’ International Contemporary Art Symposium takes place here at the Training Center and the garden of the Szentkereszty Castle. [ details ]