Horse and Art Research Program

This past August I spent about two weeks at the Horse and Art Research Program in Barnag, Hungary. The program is the brainchild of Beáta Veszely and Marton Szmercsanyi and is a bringing together of artwork and horsemanship. You can learn more the program here. The residency takes place on a farm where Béata and Marton train horses and riders, and teach and practice traditional Hungarian horsearchery.

Read more about my experience in my blog post >>

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