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  • On the way to Schwemsal
    tomato garlic and spring onion mingled in the air with the freshness of the early morning smell of awakening flowers Some of the guest families and translators were helping with loading whilst others were boiling water for a final coffee Lajos was doing final translations for everyone and gathering last information snippets and finally being able to bathe in the wave of his own success in having done so much to make it all work in his home town Soltvadkert Peters grandpa host Papa came along with a big plastic bag and gave each artist half a litre of his best white wine Lajos translated one last time what Papa had to say that all of us are welcome anytime to his home the door will always be open to sleep eat and have a glass of his best As we drove away our Hungarian friends were all standing their with handkerchiefs in their hands waving to us as they huddled together on the steps of the Culture House The sun shone and Papa s words rang in our ears as we disapeared into the distant vinyards on road 54 to the highway between Szeged and Budapest the Culture Trail continues The road to Schwemsal was easy Hungary to the Slowak Republic then on to the Chzech Republic by passing Prague and on past Dresden and Leipzig to go deep into the natural park of Düben where Schwemsal lays nested in a green paradies of biotops Our host family was already waiting for us as we arrived We are all staying in the organisers family guest house We unloaded the vans got the technical equipment into the hall the luggage into our rooms and the kilos of Paprika sausage and cheese into the fridge We sat for a while and

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  • On the way to Schwemsal
    with them from their host families and the odour of paprika sausage tomato garlic and spring onion mingled in the air with the freshness of the early morning smell of awakening flowers Some of the guest families and translators were helping with loading whilst others were boiling water for a final coffee Lajos was doing final translations for everyone and gathering last information snippets and finally being able to bathe in the wave of his own success in having done so much to make it all work in his home town Soltvadkert Peters grandpa host Papa came along with a big plastic bag and gave each artist half a litre of his best white wine Lajos translated one last time what Papa had to say that all of us are welcome anytime to his home the door will always be open to sleep eat and have a glass of his best As we drove away our Hungarian friends were all standing their with handkerchiefs in their hands waving to us as they huddled together on the steps of the Culture House The sun shone and Papa s words rang in our ears as we disapeared into the distant vinyards on road 54 to the highway between Szeged and Budapest the Culture Trail continues The road to Schwemsal was easy Hungary to the Slowak Republic then on to the Chzech Republic by passing Prague and on past Dresden and Leipzig to go deep into the natural park of Düben where Schwemsal lays nested in a green paradies of biotops Our host family was already waiting for us as we arrived We are all staying in the organisers family guest house We unloaded the vans got the technical equipment into the hall the luggage into our rooms and the kilos of Paprika

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=150%3Aon-the-way-to-schwemsal&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=fr (2016-02-16)
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  • On the way to Schwemsal
    them from their host families and the odour of paprika sausage tomato garlic and spring onion mingled in the air with the freshness of the early morning smell of awakening flowers Some of the guest families and translators were helping with loading whilst others were boiling water for a final coffee Lajos was doing final translations for everyone and gathering last information snippets and finally being able to bathe in the wave of his own success in having done so much to make it all work in his home town Soltvadkert Peters grandpa host Papa came along with a big plastic bag and gave each artist half a litre of his best white wine Lajos translated one last time what Papa had to say that all of us are welcome anytime to his home the door will always be open to sleep eat and have a glass of his best As we drove away our Hungarian friends were all standing their with handkerchiefs in their hands waving to us as they huddled together on the steps of the Culture House The sun shone and Papa s words rang in our ears as we disapeared into the distant vinyards on road 54 to the highway between Szeged and Budapest the Culture Trail continues The road to Schwemsal was easy Hungary to the Slowak Republic then on to the Chzech Republic by passing Prague and on past Dresden and Leipzig to go deep into the natural park of Düben where Schwemsal lays nested in a green paradies of biotops Our host family was already waiting for us as we arrived We are all staying in the organisers family guest house We unloaded the vans got the technical equipment into the hall the luggage into our rooms and the kilos of Paprika sausage

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=150%3Aon-the-way-to-schwemsal&catid=73%3Ajournal&Itemid=163&lang=ro (2016-02-16)
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  • Schwemsal Festival
    the mixing of artists and visitors When we got back to the accomodation Ute had already prepared an evening snack and we washed it down with some of the Hungarian wine A few conversations began about the sense of the Culture Trail and it was generally agreed that although a few minor mishaps took place here and there the voyage has been a great success and all the artists organisers and visitors felt very strongly that this is really a good way to bring Europe together through its diversity in art and culture but with care and respect between the people Schwemsal 2 June 2010 We were all able to sleep in a bit this morning The school in Bad Düben wasn t expecting us until 10 30 am and the venue in Schwemsal would not be open to public before 2 pm When we got to the school one of the little boys who attended the theater workshops the day before came running up to Judith and hugged her for a minute or two He was obviously so happy that it made us all feel our endeavors were being honoured in the nicest way Soon the entrance hall was a bubbling pool of about seventy children again all burning to do a workshop again As the children for the art workshop were ready to go a teacher asked them to go up to the art room and a storm of young energy bolted up the stairs The rest of the children were divided into two groups for the theater and the Irish dance workshops As the last of the little monkeys disappeared to their various stations Ute and Bob retired to the directors room where a discussion began on diverse topics including education institutional support programs art in the school being taught by professional artists in certain programs and of course what the Culture Trail means to a school like theirs The director spoke of the budget fights on the educational side of things but genererally speaking the cooperation with the funding institutions seems to be all right But as soon as art comes on the table matters change and support becomes extremely difficult On top of it all the economic crisis gets used as an excuse to cut back majorly here It is felt by many people including the director that the real meaning of art can only be understood through something like the Culture Trail bringing a variety of art discilplines offered by a multi cultural art group into the hearts of the people Not distant like at a normal art exhibition where the artist normaly only appears for the vernissage Rather where a hands on pragmatical approach is taken by the participating artists to meet mix and integrate with the people around them be it through workshops with the children and adults performances where the artists are present before and after the show for a considerable amount of time or simply sitting down and talking to

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=153%3Aschwemsal-festival&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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  • Schwemsal Festival
    and the mixing of artists and visitors When we got back to the accomodation Ute had already prepared an evening snack and we washed it down with some of the Hungarian wine A few conversations began about the sense of the Culture Trail and it was generally agreed that although a few minor mishaps took place here and there the voyage has been a great success and all the artists organisers and visitors felt very strongly that this is really a good way to bring Europe together through its diversity in art and culture but with care and respect between the people Schwemsal 2 June 2010 We were all able to sleep in a bit this morning The school in Bad Düben wasn t expecting us until 10 30 am and the venue in Schwemsal would not be open to public before 2 pm When we got to the school one of the little boys who attended the theater workshops the day before came running up to Judith and hugged her for a minute or two He was obviously so happy that it made us all feel our endeavors were being honoured in the nicest way Soon the entrance hall was a bubbling pool of about seventy children again all burning to do a workshop again As the children for the art workshop were ready to go a teacher asked them to go up to the art room and a storm of young energy bolted up the stairs The rest of the children were divided into two groups for the theater and the Irish dance workshops As the last of the little monkeys disappeared to their various stations Ute and Bob retired to the directors room where a discussion began on diverse topics including education institutional support programs art in the school being taught by professional artists in certain programs and of course what the Culture Trail means to a school like theirs The director spoke of the budget fights on the educational side of things but genererally speaking the cooperation with the funding institutions seems to be all right But as soon as art comes on the table matters change and support becomes extremely difficult On top of it all the economic crisis gets used as an excuse to cut back majorly here It is felt by many people including the director that the real meaning of art can only be understood through something like the Culture Trail bringing a variety of art discilplines offered by a multi cultural art group into the hearts of the people Not distant like at a normal art exhibition where the artist normaly only appears for the vernissage Rather where a hands on pragmatical approach is taken by the participating artists to meet mix and integrate with the people around them be it through workshops with the children and adults performances where the artists are present before and after the show for a considerable amount of time or simply sitting down and talking

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=153%3Aschwemsal-festival&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Mönchenholzhausen
    continued our journey with no further interferences Grzegorz asked if it would be possible to get to a doctor His ears were aching and he couln t hear very well After finding out he had had the problem for two days and HOW it had happened we had to surpress the funny side of the story and be first concerned with getting him back on track He had slept three nights in a double room with Robert Robert not only snores like an old Lancaster plane from WWII but he adds a certain overtone much like an expecting mother whale Arriving in Mönchenholzhausen we unloaded the vans and trailer and then Bob took Grzegorz to the hospital The doctor examined him and soon found the problem Problem solved we got back to Mönchenholzhausen to meet the others who were waiting for us to leaver together for our accomodation in Weimar We have acomodation in Mönchenholzhausen starting tomorrow and our host for the next festival point in Weimar agreed to take us in for the night in the railway museum All the artists had heard from Bob that we will be in a museum exhibiting playing and sleeping But they all thought it would be a modern building with one or two old wagons in it They didn t expect a real live engine turntable junction with mechanics pits and all the works and that each locomotive still runs The idea to exhibit here brought on excitement and astonishment to Patrick whose words were It is going to be a real challenge to put on a fine exhibition here in such a short time but his eyes glowed and it was obvious that he would make a good show out of it Uwe our host in Weimar was sitting there with

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=154%3Atravel-day-to-moenchenholzhausen&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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  • Towards Mönchenholzhausen
    we continued our journey with no further interferences Grzegorz asked if it would be possible to get to a doctor His ears were aching and he couln t hear very well After finding out he had had the problem for two days and HOW it had happened we had to surpress the funny side of the story and be first concerned with getting him back on track He had slept three nights in a double room with Robert Robert not only snores like an old Lancaster plane from WWII but he adds a certain overtone much like an expecting mother whale Arriving in Mönchenholzhausen we unloaded the vans and trailer and then Bob took Grzegorz to the hospital The doctor examined him and soon found the problem Problem solved we got back to Mönchenholzhausen to meet the others who were waiting for us to leaver together for our accomodation in Weimar We have acomodation in Mönchenholzhausen starting tomorrow and our host for the next festival point in Weimar agreed to take us in for the night in the railway museum All the artists had heard from Bob that we will be in a museum exhibiting playing and sleeping But they all thought it would be a modern building with one or two old wagons in it They didn t expect a real live engine turntable junction with mechanics pits and all the works and that each locomotive still runs The idea to exhibit here brought on excitement and astonishment to Patrick whose words were It is going to be a real challenge to put on a fine exhibition here in such a short time but his eyes glowed and it was obvious that he would make a good show out of it Uwe our host in Weimar was sitting there

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=154%3Atravel-day-to-moenchenholzhausen&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • First Day Mönchenholzhausen
    main venue and the centre of the festival which is the village pub and restaurant Mario was busy cooking and Annette doing different chores from office work to fetching things or bringing something They have been the right hand for Bob s idea to bring an art festival into their village After lunch the artists were shown to their new homes 3 double rooms in the village guest house were sponsored A further family took in Robert another Bob another yet again the inseperable Patrick and Bekir the festival commitee s photographer Jürgen took in Judith and Antonio and Christian and Sandra took in Grzegorz After that the band took a trip into Erfurt while the theater prepared for their performance Grzegorz was in the church with his zithers and preparing his performance just before the theatre Pani Drewniok from Poland is a painter and graphist She has been here in the village for a week already with an exhibition in the main venue Bob met her in Poland through her son Adam the bass player in a band Bob has often toured with Carrantuohill Bekir and Patrick are exhibiting in the fire brigades house and the contrast in art is just amazing and wonderful to see Patrick thought up some spontaneous installation work adding to his rather illustrious works he made extra for the tour The theater group wanted to set up outside and so there was a make shift forum made for them that actually looked great when all hands had finished helping Philippe Peter the other inseperable couple Miguel Ingo Bob Jonathan Bekir Patrick and many other of the festival team from Mönchenholzhausen Bob and Patrick set about transfering data again and soon after Grzegorz s concert began in the church From the artists Bob Bekir and

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=155%3Afirst-day-moenchenholzhausen&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=de (2016-02-16)
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