Soul of Ukrainians

Ukrainian embroidery decorates gates of the Roman Academy
08/10/2018
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Svitlana Pasirska, who is currently studying at the Roman Academy of Fine Arts (faculty 'Clothing Fashion and Design'), decorated the institution's gate with an ornament in cross-stitch embroidery technology. Once the girl studied embroidery at the Kosiv School of Applied and Decorative Arts at the Lviv National Academy of Arts. 'Now I am a representative of Ukrainian culture abroad, so every opportunity to demonstrate nature of Ukrainians is quite important to me', Svitlana said. The gate decoration took the girl one week (8 hours per
One more mural decorates Ivano-Frankivsk building (video)
26/11/2017
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One of Ivano-Frankivsk high-rise block is decorated with a mural 'Hutsulka' (Hutsuls are an ethno-cultural group of Ukrainians inhabiting the Carpathians, mainly in Ukraine and in the northern extremity of Romania).The mural authors are Yurii and Marta Pitchuk.'Embroidery is a spiritual symbol of the Ukrainian people. The chicken the Hutsulka holding symbolizes fertility', the artists explained
Welcome to 'Ukrainian wedding' exposition
25/10/2017
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October 13, the exhibition 'Ukrainian wedding' opened at the National Sanctuary Complex 'Sophia of Kyiv'(Zaborovsky Gate)
Reshetyliv embroidery exposition opens in Kyiv
25/10/2017
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September,29 - October,29 Ivan Honchar Museum in Kyiv is hosting an exhibition of Reshetyliv embroidery by Nina Ipatii. The exposition is devoted to the 60th anniversary of the birthday of the handy woman. Nina Ipatii is an Honored Master of Folk Art, member of the National Union of Masters of Folk Art of Ukraine, master artist of hand embroidery. Her works can be found in museums and private collections of presidents, ambassadors, politicians, clergy representatives and artists
The Ambassador of Ukraine to the Netherlands gives derun master class
08/09/2017
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September 2, the Ukrainian Derun Festival was held in The Hague
Ukraine's first art boulevard to raise in one of Kyiv's districts
21/08/2017
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Prima Maria Art Boulevard, a public art space dedicated to the works of the Ukrainian art naive artist Maria Prymachenko, will raise in Pecherskyi district.The length of the art boulevard will be 500 m.The project involves creating 16 thematic sculptural compositions, 3 stylized thematic arches, 2 entrance sculptural groups, several murals, arranging a thematic underground walkway at the intersection of Maria Prymachenko and Lesya Ukrainka boulevards decorated with the mosaic panel, and installing a memorial plaque and a monument to