Video conferencing is the new meeting room. It’s also the new friend hangout, date night, birthday party, workout class—well, you get the idea. Transport yourself to the Ukrainian Institute of America for your next Zoom meeting.
Today, September 4th, Ukrainians are marking 35 years since the death of Vasyl Stus (1938-1985), a famous Ukrainian poet and publicist, one of the most active members of Ukrainian dissident movement. He spent 13 out of his 47 years in Soviet prison camps. The Ukrainian poet died while on hunger strike in prison.
On Sunday, August 16th, 2020, the Ukrainian Institute of America’s Music at the Institute (MATI) Concert Series and Lviv National Philharmonic presented a final concert from the Pizzicato & Cantabile Festival in Lviv, Ukraine. The concert was live-streamed on the Ukrainian
School of Ukrainian Studies / СУМ – Осередок Нью Йорк will be starting its 2020-2021 academic year with remote learning on September 19, 2020. Interested families can email at email@example.com or register online: https://bit.ly/3bac6Rt. Virtual classes will take place on
Sign the petition to have the word ‘Holodomor’ officially added to all major English dictionaries including Merriam-Webster, Oxford and Dictionary.com.
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Enjoy this new Michael Buryk’s Krynytsya podcast interview with Walter Hoydysh, PhD, Director of Art at the Institute. https://soundcloud.com/krynytsya/theukrainianinstituteofamerica
Music at the Institute’s Artistic Director, violinist Solomiya Ivakhiv’s live performance of Johannes Brahms: Concerto for violin and cello Op. 102: Movement 1 with Joachim Eijlander, cello; National Symphony of Ukraine; Volodymyr Sirenko, conductor, performed in Lysenko Colonnaded Hall, Kyiv, Ukraine on
If you missed our webinar “Covid-19: Perspectives from the Frontline – USA/Ukraine” with Boris D. Lushniak MD, MPH, Ulana Suprun, MD and Ihor Magun, MD, F.A.C.P., you can now watch the full recording of it online.