On Friday, April 20, 2018, Film at the Institute presented a North American Premiere of Legends of Carpathians. An action and history film about Oleksa Dovbush, a heroic outlaw with excellent fighting skills and a gift to predict the future.
This collection includes what is for art historians one of Archipenko’s most significant works of art.
The current exhibition, Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak: Nevermore, explores historical socio-political and environmental interests through the artist’s personal search for identity, in light of the recent and prevailing political climate in Ukraine. Curated by Dr. Walter Hoydysh, this is the artist’s first solo exhibition at The Ukrainian Institute of America. On the occasion of Ms. Bodnar-Balahutrak’s exhibition, which runs through June 21, the Houston-based artist graciously answered selected questions presented by Andrew Horodysky. We are pleased to share this exchange with our friends and wider audience.
UKRAINE, RUSSIA AND EUROPE: AT THE TIPPING POINT? A presentation by Timothy Snyder. Historian, Best-Selling Author, Lecturer, one of the foremost experts on Central and Eastern Europe