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The Jurii Maniichuk and Rose Brady Collection.
Features portraits and group scenes of Ukrainians and their work and home lives in the post-World War II period up until the mid-1980s.
This collection includes what is for art historians one of Archipenko's most significant works of art.Find out more »
A group selling exhibition featuring works by Vasyl Bazhaj, Oleh Denysenko, Ilona Sochynsky, Iconart Gallery, Ganna Kryvolap, Roman Luchuk, Les Panchyshyn, Ola Rondiak, Temo Svirely, Tanya Vasilenko, and Max Vityk.Find out more »
Event promoting a healthy and active way of life among the Ukrainian community and others while demonstrating Ukraine’s culture through vyshyvanka. The race will also mark the 27th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence Day.Find out more »
The Ukrainian Institute of America and the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation will be unveiling a multilingual plaque (English, Ukrainian, Hebrew, Yiddish) honouring Dr Raphael Lemkin, the “father of the UN Genocide Convention,” specifically in reference to the speech he gave in New York City (20 September 1953) acknowledging the famine of 1932-33 as a Soviet genocide.Find out more »
Art at the Institute is pleased to announce an exhibit "Hard Coal, Hard Times: The Social Realist Art of Nicholas Bervinchak" guest curated by Mike Buryk that opens on September 28, 2018 in our New York gallery. Born in 1903 in the northeastern Pennsylvania coal region, Bervinchak was a coal miner-turned-artist. His social realist paintings and etchings depicting miners, landscapes, and scenes of daily life in the anthracite region of northeast Pennsylvania put him within in the 20th century American…Find out more »
Reception for the artist: Thursday, October 4 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM RSVP required. Art at the Institute is pleased to present an exhibition of textile works by Ukrainian-born Anastasiia Podervianska, titled High Textile. Curated by Walter Hoydysh, PhD, director of Art at the Institute, this marks Ms. Podervianska's first showing with The Ukrainian Institute of America. Anastasiia Podervianska was born in the young family of the artists Les’ Podervyansky and Svitlana Lopukhova in 1978, uniting the families of renowned…Find out more »