Beautiful New York named the Ukrainian Institute of America #55 among the top 100 greatest New York City buildings.
Art the Institute in cooperation with Voloshyn Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine) presented a selling exhibition Mykhailo Deyak: Recent Works. It introduced twenty-two paintings and wall constructions by Kyiv-based artist Mykhailo Deyak.
On Sunday, March 5 the Ukrainian Institute of America was pleased to co-sponsor and host The Co-Pilot Project Launch and Benefit.
Film at the Institute presented a North American premiere, film The Nest of the Turtledove (Hnizdo Horlytsi).
Last Saturday night, Feb. 4, Orman and his partners, Claude Sim and Michael Tilley, played a concert of Argentinian and Ukrainian tangos at the Ukrainian Institute of America. Watch a video.
The 6sqft, an online publication, dedicated to delivering the latest on real estate, architecture, and neighborhood news in New York City, published an article about how the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion went from Private Home to the Ukrainian Institute of America. You
Ukrainian Institute of America is ranked as the most popular Ukrainian cultural organizations in the U.S., according to the first issue of Ukrainian Chicago magazine. The rating was based on social media scores.
In 1932-33, Moscow’s Stalinist regime deliberately starved millions of Ukrainians to death in a man-made famine. Known as the Holodomor, the Ukrainian term for killing by starvation, the famine stands as one of the most horrendous genocides of the 20th
We learn Shevchenko’s poems since childhood, we read about his hard life, about his sufferings and struggles and tears that he couldn’t hold because it was unbearable to endure everything that was happening to his dear Ukraine. Every conscious and educated Ukrainian can recite at least one of Shevchenko’s poems by heart. Each and every book that has ever been written about him says that he was one of the greatest and most outstanding figures in Ukrainian history, a hero, whose heart was beating and aching for the Ukrainian nation till it stopped. No matter how arduous it was, no matter what he was going through, Shevchenko never stopped pursuing the goal of his Fatherland’s revival. And his dream did come true.
Photography Exhibition by Michael Foster Rothbart