Posts From the yearly archives: "2018"

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Please note our gallery will be closed for the holidays  from December 22, 2018 to January 23 , 2019. The exhibition has been extended to February 1, 2019. To view the exhibit, please make an appointment via e-mail or phone as we need time to organize volunteers to assist…(Read More)

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Цього тижня, Голова Політради Української Галицької Партії Роман Лозинський бере участь в офіційному візиті до Канади – в межах програми Canada Ukraine Parliamentary program (CUPP). У програмі – виступ у Канадському парламенті та ще низка заходів, що стосуються промоції України у Канаді. У своєму виступі у канадському парламенті український політик також розповість про досвід творення…(Read More)

All the magical creatures of myths, legends, and fairy tales come alive at the stroke of midnight in Christmas stories. In Victor Gontarov’s Heavenly Boat (Небесний човен) 1998, the child in a dreamlike state, rocking in his mother’s soft embrace, envisions an animated magical universe. The boat personified by the Siren’s singing face, the…(Read More)

The urban landscape when viewed from a city shoreline is ever changing; crisp and grey in the dusk of the morning, barely visible in the summer fog or afternoon haze, or red and black under the setting sun as portrayed in Luboslaw Hutsaliuk’s, Red and Black Landscape (1971). KUMF Gallery is calling for photo…(Read More)

The Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada (USOM) was founded in 1955 – 1956 by the arts activists Mykhailo Dmytrenko, Bohdan Stebelsky and Ivan Keywan with the support of other like-minded artists. The Association has included such notable members as Mykhailo Dmytrenko, Bohdan Stebelsky, Ivan Keywan, William Kurelek, Leo Mol, Myron Levytsky and Mykola…(Read More)