At the event held at the Budapest YEE building, the participants had the opportunity to closely examine and try the rug and felt weaving, pottery, woodworking and carving techniques used by the Central Asian peoples.
YEE Culture and Art Coordinator Johanna Török Abdikoğlu said in a statement to AA that they were happy to have the opportunity to organize face-to-face events at the institute after a long break due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic.
Abdikoğlu stated that the participants had the opportunity to see many arts used by the Central Asian peoples closely and to try them at the stalls established jointly with the Nadudvar Vocational High School of Public Handicrafts in the garden of the institute.
Emphasizing that Nadudvar Folk Handicrafts Vocational High School takes part in both Hungarian and international events, Abdikoğlu said that students use Turkish motifs in their arts, especially in felt and rug embroidery.
Abdikoğlu also stated that the exhibition in the institute building can be visited for 1 week.