“Reflections Canada Hungary” traveled to Pier 21 in Halifax, commemorating the arrival of Hungarian immigrants to Canada after the Hungarian Revolution.
“Tantramar Art Symposium 2005” , a CHAC Documentary Film on the Tantramar Art Symposium, filmed and produced by Sophie Fekete.
“Mediations on Hyphenated Identities”, a panel discussion at the Stewart Hall Art Gallery moderated by Dr Loren Lerner, head of Art History at Concordia University, Montreal. Panelists were Andrea Blanar, Vera David, Sophie Fekete, Judith Klugerman, John A Schweitzer, Yvonne Singer, Andrea Szilasi and Gabor Szilasi.
“Reflections: Hongrie-Canada-Hungary”, the exhibition commemorated the 50 Year Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution. Curated by Joyce Millar, this exhibition began at the Stewart Hall Art Gallery in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, and will travel to other venues. The exhibition features the works of 14 CHAC artists from Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick.
“WINDOWS”, an exhibition at the public gallery, Maison de la Culture Notre Dame de Grace” in Montreal, featured the works of 39 CHAC artists from across Canada. Curated by Judith Klugerman, this exhibition had a performance segment that included Hungarian descent poets, musicians and video artists. The opening reception welcomed over 300 guests, the largest numbers ever recorded at this public gallery.