On Friday May 6, 2022, we opened our third floor Members’ Lounge and launched First Fridays at the Institute for the exclusive enjoyment of UIA Members and their invited guests. This pilot program, which will initially take place monthly, expands the benefits
The Ukrainian Institute of America recommits to its mission of showcasing the rich culture and heritage of our Ukrainian homeland, especially as its Russian invaders are attempting to crush it once again. Beginning March 2022, we have hosted an interactive
The Art Newspaper profiles the widespread and renewed interest in Ukrainian cultural organization. READ the full article
See photos from the 66th annual celebration of Yalynka, organized by the Ukrainian Institute of America, the Ukrainian Engineers’ Society of America and the Ukrainian Medical Association of North America. Previous Next
NICHOLAS KRAWCIW was born on November 28, 1935 in Lviv, Ukraine. During World War II, his family avoided advancing Soviet troops by moving west, eventually emigrating to the United States in 1949. As a youth, Nicholas grew up in a
The Board of Directors of the Institute gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the donors who have made this evening possible. TRAILBLAZERS $10.000 Self-Reliance(NY)Federal Credit Union The Chopivsky Family Foundation Mr. Charles Podpirka PACESETTERS $5.000 Ms. Kathy L. Nalywajko BENEFACTORS $2.5000
The Ukrainian Institute of America congratulates its Artistic Director of Music at the Institute (MATI) Concert Series, Dr. Solomiya Ivakhiv on receiving the HONORED ARTIST OF UKRAINE award. The Ukrainian government, on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of Ukraine’s
Born in Ukraine on March 6, 1923, she lived her life with enthusiasm and happiness, filling it with laughter, music and dancing with family and a multitude of friends.