Exhibition of the drawing contest

2016.12.15. 11:54

We received almost a thousand drawings for the ’The blue bird of the puszta’ contest,  organised within the framework of the Roller LIFE+ project. The 980 pieces of artwork included drawings, paintings and a handful of pieces by other techniques.

The organizer of the contest in front of the artwork (Photo: Sándor Jakab). 

Contestants had almost 2 months to complete their works. We also received entries from across the border: from Serbia, Slovakia and Romania, showing how successful this project was. 

​The opening ceremony was attended by almost each awardee (Photo: Gerhárd Golen). 

The members of the jury were the teachers of the Department of Environmental Science and Landscape Ecology of the Károly Eszterházy University, and colleagues of the Bükk Local Group of BirdLife Hungary (MME).


Category I: Primary school grades 1-4:

I. place: Stella Balázs (Újpest, Homoktövis Primary School),

II. place: Lola Kobezda (Ferenc Kölcsey Primary School),

III.  place: Gréta Sasvári (Mezőkövesd, Primary School),

Special awards: Horváth-Császár Sára (Pásztorvölgyi Primary School) and Viktória Szivajev (Martfű, Attila József Primary School).

Photo: Sándor Jakab. 

Category II: Primary school grades 4-8:

I. place: Dorottya Molnár (Szivárvány School of Art, Szentes),

II. place: Magdolna Prázmári (Vass Lajos Primary School, Poroszló),

III. place: Orsolya Lakatos, Tessza Tóth (János Wesley Member School of the  Bálint Balassi Institutional Network, Tiszaszentmárton).

Photo: Sándor Jakab. 

Category III: Secondary school

I. place: Tímea Szennai (András Jelky Secondary School of Arts and Crafts, Budapest),

II. place: Krisztina Halász (Mihály Táncsics Secondary School, Dabas),

III. place: Lívia Fodor (Kodály School of Arts, Kazincbarcika),

Further awardees:  students of the András Jelky Iparművészeti Szakgimnázium tanulói: Tóth Zsófia, Orcsik Laura és Winkler Fanny.

+ 1 kindergarten special award: Borbála Balogh, Nefelejcs Kindergarten, Budapest.

The artwork of Borbála Balogh (Photo: Flóra Hák). 

The organization of contest and the exhibition was supported by the City of Eger and the Károly Eszterházy University. We are grateful for the dedicated work of all contestants and feel that the contest successfully drew the attention of Hungarian youth to this tropical gem of a bird, the roller.

Photo: Flóra Hák. 

Photo: Flóra Hák.  

The exhibition can be visited in the hall of Building C (entrance from Leányka Street) until 16th December and then it moves on to Dabas. 


Flóra Hák, Gabriella Leskó 

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