Take a journey back in time to 1960 to the DZUS® factory located in West Islip, NY and see the founder of the Ukrainian Institute of America, William Dzus, as inventor and entrepreneur.
Two years ago, Art at the Institute opened its spring season with an exhibition of evocative landscape paintings, titled Silence, by Kyiv-based contemporary artist Oleksiy Lytvynenko. We invite you to travel back in time and revisit this exhibition.
Opera Wire published a breakdown of all the companies that are streaming online for your operatic delight.
On this day, six years ago, Art at the Institute presented the art project by Petro Bevza and Mykola Zhuravel “Following the Inner Light.” It celebrated the Bicentennial of Taras Shevchenko’s birth. We invite you to travel back in time and revisit this exhibition.
Stream the full 2011 Live in HD transmission tonight, March 25, starting at 7:30PM EDT until tomorrow, March 26, at 6:30PM EDT.
The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), asks all members of the Ukrainian American community to make sure to fill out the space listed under Question No. 9 (RACE or ORIGIN) by writing in the word UKRAINIAN in that space.
Art at the Institute was pleased to present Frontline / Peace Life, an exhibition of photographic portraits by J.T. Blatty, chronicling a generation of volunteer soldiers of the war in eastern Ukraine and their stories of a return to a marginalized existence, “peace-life,” as the war moves into its sixth year without resolution. The exhibition opened on January 16, 2020 and now is available for viewing online.
On this day, five years ago, Art at the Institute presented a group exhibition of 18 artists from Ukraine, “Icon Art: Visions of a World Unseen.” Organized in cooperation with Iconart Contemporary Sacred Art Gallery. We invite you to travel
Kostenko played a significant role in the evolution of Ukrainian literature and culture from the 1960s onward. She was a leading representative of the Poets and Writers of the Sixties, an intellectual and cultural movement in Ukraine, which opposed the Soviet political regime. Kostenko’s poetry consists primarily of intimate, lyric poems and ‘social’ poems on the role and responsibility of a poet, particularly in a totalitarian society. Employing diverse rhythms, sophisticated language, a colloquial and aphoristic manner of writing, ranging from playful irony and humor to scathing satire, she is acknowledged as one of the best current Ukrainian poets