In the first week of March 2024, students at an advanced level of the Hungarian Language and Hungarian Studies and the Hungarian Language and Cultural Studies participated in a special craft session as part of their art history class.

The task was related to the Hungarian art of the time of the conquest, which brought the folk goldsmith’s art closer to the students, with its traditional techniques and motifs. They made jewellery and clothing accessories typical of the period from a small copperplate. The completed works of art filled all the students with great joy!