Photo by @joepetersburger / @thephotosociety // SUSTAINABLE EASTER // High School students of Ciszterci Rend Nagy Lajos Gimnázium holding their self-made Easter eggs. We started a project weeks before at University of Pécs/Hungary with the support of Hungarian Government. The goal is to replant traditions to the next generation. Instead of buying plastic or chocolate eggs, these kids are creating their own artwork during Lent. They decorated original chicken eggs with melted bee wax. Then they painted the eggs and melted down the wax after drying. We will exhibit their work before and during Easter. Introduced traditional method have been used for hundreds of years, but disappearing nowadays. This story is part of my lecture available to order: „Sustainable? Development?” – about environmental issues caused by humanity. Please #followme at @joepetersburger to keep up-to-date with my images! @natgeo @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @natgeofineart @thephotosociety @canonusa @canonuk #joepetersburger #natgeo #educateandinspire #findbeautyeveryday #tradition #Easter #egg
Dear English Speaking Student Colleagues!
On behalf of the Szentágothai Scholastic Honorary Society I kindly interpret an invitation to our International Easter Events, which will be held on the 16th and the 23rd of March.
The first event (16th of March) will take place in the Aula of the Faculty of Natural Sciences (Ifjúság útja 6. Pécs)
The Egg Museum of Zengővárkony (Kossuth Lajos u. 6. Zengővárkony) provides the uniqe atmosphere of the second occasion on the 23rd of March.
Enterprising participants will have the opportunity to make Easter eggs on different traditional ways with the help of a Hungarian folk artist. The participation and one egg is free of charge, every further costs 300 HUF and the price also contains a plastic egg container.
Please forward this invitation to all of your friends.
Dr. HATVANI Zsolt+36 30 618 48 28, firstname.lastname@example.org
The 1st International Egg Painting at the Szentágothai had only one deal: to found the 2nd and he 3rd one: to launch a living tradition. On this 1st occasion there were Polish, Czech , German, Turkish and Holland participants.