Following the Revolution of Dignity, French filmmaker Bertrand Normand spent a lot of time in Ukraine. As a result, he has come up with a documentary project about a Ukrainian contemporary ballet created in Kyiv in late 2014.
Please join us and other Ukrainian-American organizations on February 19 from 4:30 – 6:30pm in front of the Lincoln Memorial to remember the sacrifices of the Heavenly Hundred during the Revolution of Dignity of 2013-2014.
On February 24 – 25, 2017, the Ukrainian Studies Program at The Harriman Institute at Columbia University in collaboration with the Ukrainian Institute of America will be organizing an international conference “Ukrainian Statehood 1917–21: Institutions and Individuals.” The conference will commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution and the creation of the modern Ukrainian state.
Today, 26 November 2016, marks the Holodomor Remembrance Day and the 83rd anniversary of the Holodomor. Since 2006 it takes place every year on the fourth Saturday of November. On this day people in Ukraine and all over the world are lighting candles in memory of those killed during the genocide of 1932-33.
10-week course begins October 13, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
The Ukrainian Institute of America organized the Ukrainian booth at the International Way section of the 92nd Street Y Street Festival. The International Way is a 13-year tradition and this was the first year that Ukraine was represented.
We hope you had a wonderful summer! We have an exciting season in store for you!
This year, the Ukrainian Institute will participate at the annual 92nd Street Y Street Fest on Sunday, September 18, 2016 from 12 noon to 6pm. This festival spanning 15 blocks along Lexington Ave (79th to 94th Streets) on New York
On the evening of June 9th at the historic Ukrainian Institute of America in New York City, New Generation International Charitable Fund of Ukraine, together with Help Us Help The Children, united for a night of profoundly affecting music and
Every book about twentieth century art mentions Alexander Archipenko. While alive, he was acknowledged as one of the most acclaimed sculptors in the world. His works are in collections at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, MoMa and Guggenheim Museum in New York, and at museums in Stockholm, Berlin and Tel-Aviv.