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  • Towards Soltvadkert
    went with a family that speak some Russian others went to families that speak English others German and also Spanish Grzegorz our Polish Zither player was invited to the house of the director of the local zither player and whose father happens to be a luthier for zither instruments He was so happy and content now understanding the true value of what the Culture Trail can bring to us all in terms of meeting and mixing understanding and integrating from face to face emotional and pragmatical Tomorrow we are to be at our best as we are to meet the mayor and then we are in for a surprise Not only are we bringing our culture there but the children of Soltvadkert have a surprise in stall for us we can hardly wait Friday 29th May 2010 After a good sleep we met at the culture house in the town centre and were introduced to the first wave of helpers who have taken time to help in organizing translating and accompanying the artists throughout the weekend Our host families gave us all the food and wine in the evening and all the coffee and breakfast we wanted in the morning Robert our dance teacher was hosted by a family who make the local palinka and he spent his first hours at their home getting to know the family and their products Needless to say he had a sound sleep All the artists told of their adventures the food and wines they were offered and the friendliness of the families who took them in From the Culture House we were invited to the school where we were in for a nice surprise The children and teachers had organized a presentation of not just the school but the whole town of Soltvadkert in word and picture We were told of the history the vinyards and the economy of this town with just 8000 inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert is

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  • Towards Soltvadkert
    for sandwiches cut the salami butter the bread We packed it all ready for the next days hunger The travel day to Soltvadkert started at 5am and a quick coffee on the boat before leaving Mother duck and her fledglings were out early too and their tranquility allowed for a quick breather before packing the red cross beds together to return them to the Katastrophen Lager the warehouse for catastrophies On the ship for a few days alone and with little contact to the outside world we were a bit like the artists refugee camp a term coined by Patrick from the Netherlands when he saw all the red cross beds in the very large container type of room on the ship By 6 30 we had packed the trailer and got all other bits and pieces together On the road for Würzburg Nurnberg Passau Linz and Vienna Then in to Hungary to Budapest and then south to Soltvadkert Through the work together and the travelling faces began to get a name as the artists got to know each other The process of understanding and feeling the other began a micro cosmos of Europeans with a similar attitude perhaps even fate to embark on a trip like the Culture Trail On arrival we were met by Lajos Soltvadkerts culture figure head and a whole bunch of lovely people who have volunteered to put us all up in their homes After a fast introduction all our weary bodies were whisped away to different homes Bekir the painter from Belarus went with a family that speak some Russian others went to families that speak English others German and also Spanish Grzegorz our Polish Zither player was invited to the house of the director of the local zither player and whose father happens

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert - Friday
    just 8000 inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert is the point on the map in Hungary Hungary s best champagne was then served and the mayor invited us all to a meal in one of the local restaurants One of the wine makers of Soltvadkert came along at the meal and we were given a wine tasting during the meal and a stand up lecture on Soltvadkerts wines which make up 10 of all Hungary s wines After the meal we had a meeting with Lajos to discuss the further plans for our stay in Soltvadkert We then embarked on different tasks and began to clear the space to set up the exhibition The next point on the agenda was a discussion on art and culture which was

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=fr&limitstart=1 (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert
    Belarus went with a family that speak some Russian others went to families that speak English others German and also Spanish Grzegorz our Polish Zither player was invited to the house of the director of the local zither player and whose father happens to be a luthier for zither instruments He was so happy and content now understanding the true value of what the Culture Trail can bring to us all in terms of meeting and mixing understanding and integrating from face to face emotional and pragmatical Tomorrow we are to be at our best as we are to meet the mayor and then we are in for a surprise Not only are we bringing our culture there but the children of Soltvadkert have a surprise in stall for us we can hardly wait Friday 29th May 2010 After a good sleep we met at the culture house in the town centre and were introduced to the first wave of helpers who have taken time to help in organizing translating and accompanying the artists throughout the weekend Our host families gave us all the food and wine in the evening and all the coffee and breakfast we wanted in the morning Robert our dance teacher was hosted by a family who make the local palinka and he spent his first hours at their home getting to know the family and their products Needless to say he had a sound sleep All the artists told of their adventures the food and wines they were offered and the friendliness of the families who took them in From the Culture House we were invited to the school where we were in for a nice surprise The children and teachers had organized a presentation of not just the school but the whole town of Soltvadkert in word and picture We were told of the history the vinyards and the economy of this town with just 8000 inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=fr&showall=1 (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert
    the salami butter the bread We packed it all ready for the next days hunger The travel day to Soltvadkert started at 5am and a quick coffee on the boat before leaving Mother duck and her fledglings were out early too and their tranquility allowed for a quick breather before packing the red cross beds together to return them to the Katastrophen Lager the warehouse for catastrophies On the ship for a few days alone and with little contact to the outside world we were a bit like the artists refugee camp a term coined by Patrick from the Netherlands when he saw all the red cross beds in the very large container type of room on the ship By 6 30 we had packed the trailer and got all other bits and pieces together On the road for Würzburg Nurnberg Passau Linz and Vienna Then in to Hungary to Budapest and then south to Soltvadkert Through the work together and the travelling faces began to get a name as the artists got to know each other The process of understanding and feeling the other began a micro cosmos of Europeans with a similar attitude perhaps even fate to embark on a trip like the Culture Trail On arrival we were met by Lajos Soltvadkerts culture figure head and a whole bunch of lovely people who have volunteered to put us all up in their homes After a fast introduction all our weary bodies were whisped away to different homes Bekir the painter from Belarus went with a family that speak some Russian others went to families that speak English others German and also Spanish Grzegorz our Polish Zither player was invited to the house of the director of the local zither player and whose father happens to be a

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=ro (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert - Friday
    inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert is the point on the map in Hungary Hungary s best champagne was then served and the mayor invited us all to a meal in one of the local restaurants One of the wine makers of Soltvadkert came along at the meal and we were given a wine tasting during the meal and a stand up lecture on Soltvadkerts wines which make up 10 of all Hungary s wines After the meal we had a meeting with Lajos to discuss the further plans for our stay in Soltvadkert We then embarked on different tasks and began to clear the space to set up the exhibition The next point on the agenda was a discussion on art and culture which was attended by

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=ro&limitstart=1 (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert
    with a family that speak some Russian others went to families that speak English others German and also Spanish Grzegorz our Polish Zither player was invited to the house of the director of the local zither player and whose father happens to be a luthier for zither instruments He was so happy and content now understanding the true value of what the Culture Trail can bring to us all in terms of meeting and mixing understanding and integrating from face to face emotional and pragmatical Tomorrow we are to be at our best as we are to meet the mayor and then we are in for a surprise Not only are we bringing our culture there but the children of Soltvadkert have a surprise in stall for us we can hardly wait Friday 29th May 2010 After a good sleep we met at the culture house in the town centre and were introduced to the first wave of helpers who have taken time to help in organizing translating and accompanying the artists throughout the weekend Our host families gave us all the food and wine in the evening and all the coffee and breakfast we wanted in the morning Robert our dance teacher was hosted by a family who make the local palinka and he spent his first hours at their home getting to know the family and their products Needless to say he had a sound sleep All the artists told of their adventures the food and wines they were offered and the friendliness of the families who took them in From the Culture House we were invited to the school where we were in for a nice surprise The children and teachers had organized a presentation of not just the school but the whole town of Soltvadkert in word and picture We were told of the history the vinyards and the economy of this town with just 8000 inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert is the

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146%3Asoltvadkert&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=ro&showall=1 (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Soltvadkert - Friday
    inhabitants There were fourteen pupils who each told a few anecdotes on these subjects Supported by a screen show of the towns houses people and vinyards we were directed into the heart of the people s culture in a very pleasant way The artists were then divided into two groups to attend a class One German and one English class We were not just bystanders but were actively involved in the class lesson We were interviewed by the pupils in small groups and then they presented us and showed on a map of Europe where we come from A lovely way to share culture We then went along to the mayor s office to be officially welcomed by the town The mayor s speech in Hugarian was translated into German by Lajos and into English by Martha We the artists from different countries were now hearing three languages together presented just for us in a hearty greeting in the reception hall and told how important the Culture Trail is for them and how proud they are that Soltvadkert is the point on the map in Hungary Hungary s best champagne was then served and the mayor invited us all to a meal in one of the local restaurants One of the wine makers of Soltvadkert came along at the meal and we were given a wine tasting during the meal and a stand up lecture on Soltvadkerts wines which make up 10 of all Hungary s wines After the meal we had a meeting with Lajos to discuss the further plans for our stay in Soltvadkert We then embarked on different tasks and began to clear the space to set up the exhibition The next point on the agenda was a discussion on art and culture which was attended by

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146:soltvadkert&catid=73:journal&Itemid=163&lang=en&limitstart=1 (2016-02-16)
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