Guest of honor: the Czech Republic

This year masters from the Czech Republic will arrive to the festival.

In the workshops of the artisans, visitors can learn traditional folk crafts, including weaving, blueprinting, percussion woodwork, embroidery and wool processing.

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UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage elements

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Hungary’s accession to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention. The Crafts Celebrations will highlight communities representing crafts that are inscribed on the UNESCO National and Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

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Bread Blessing

On the 20st August, in a centuries-old tradition, the masters will once again celebrate the feast of St Stephen with a festive procession of harvest wreaths and a solemn bread blessing.

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Masters and workshops

Every year, the workshops – where masters present special craft tricks and practices – draw a great deal of interest. Visitors are able to observe unique knowledge rooted in centuries of generational experience, immense humility and love.

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Our guests from abroad

The special guests of the 37th Festival of Folk Arts are crafts masters from Republic of Korea

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Stage programs

During the three days of the festival, Hungary’s greatest musicians, singers, folk dancers and story tellers will perform ont he stage.

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