THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2021
Explore the language of story that extends to all cultures and backgrounds. Delve into the traditional opening and closing of Hungarian folktales as well as the changing linguistics for the 21st century presented by Dr. Csenge Zalka from Hungary and streamed to YouTube. Learn how to recognize the meaning of “lucky you called me grandmother” and typical story-language dialogues. Event is recorded and includes ASL.
Best for Teens and Adults – grades 9+
FREE, American Sign Language available
ACADEMIC DISCUSSION, 10:00am-11:00am MDT (UTC -6)
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Following the Academic Discussion, you can enjoy Dr. Zalka perform Hungarian folktales by an actual Hungarian folk home from 11:30pm-Noon MDT (UTC -6)
Discussion & Concert available through YouTube (streamed from Zoom)
This “Language of Story: Hungarian” and performance afterwards are part of the Story Crossroads Festival from May 10-13, 2021.
Thanks to funding from National Endowment for the Arts, Western States Arts Federation, Utah Division of Arts & Museums/Utah Legislature, Utah Humanities, City of Murray, Zoo, Arts & the Parks of Salt Lake County (ZAP), Salt Lake City Arts Council, and 80+ businesses and individuals.