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This collection includes what is for art historians one of Archipenko's most significant works of art.Find out more »
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.
Art at the Institute is pleased to present a special exhibition of forty original prints by Leopolitan artist Oleh Denysenko, displaying archetypal works from his graphic oeuvre over the past three decades.Find out more »
Shop Black Friday extraordinary jewelry deals while enjoying a glass of champagne on November 24, 2017 from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.Find out more »
40 Years of Promoting Ukrainian Culture in the Anglophone WorldFind out more »
Art at the Institute is pleased to present a group selling exhibition. Paintings selected for the exhibition feature works by Vasyl Bazhaj, Sergei Belik, Mykhailo Deyak, Oleh Denysenko, Roman Luchuk, Isaac Pailes, Temo Svirely, Max Vityk and works from the IconArt Gallery collection.Find out more »
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the National Historic Landmark Mansion of the Ukrainian Institute of America!Find out more »
Artworks depicting the causes, turmoil and consequences of the ongoing Russian military aggression and war waged in eastern UkraineFind out more »
Incorporating elements by Polish/Ukrainian Composer Marcin Leopolita (also Marcin from Lviv, ca. 1540-1589)Find out more »
Momenta Quartet with Igor Leschishin, oboe; Solomiya Ivakhiv, violin; Myroslav Skoryk, piano; Mykola Suk, piano; Ryan Kamm, double bassFind out more »
Oleksiy Kovalenko, piano | Dancers from the Syzokryli Ukrainian Dance Ensemble | Orlando Pagan, Artistic DirectorFind out more »