Posts From the yearly archives: "2021"

Link to the event/ланка до подіїhttps://zoom.us/j/93247107131…Meeting ID: 932 4710 7131Passcode: 854263A Public reading with Ukrainian Canadian writer, poet and artist Lydia PalijIntroduction by Olga Khometa, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Slavic Literatures and Languages at the University of Toronto.Moderator Uliana Hlynchak, Head of UCAF programming, journalist, producer at…(Read More)

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You can watch the live stream here. Sofia SOLOVIY is one of the most interesting lyric and dramatic sopranos of her generation. Her wide operatic and chamber music repertoire includes pieces of different styles and epochs: from baroque to works of contemporary composers of the XX-XXI centuries. She is a winner of 14 international…(Read More)

Exhibition opening – Opening remarks by Jurij Klufas, President UCAF. – Art review by Oleh Lesiuk, Vice President UCAF / USOM. Guest speaker: Katharina Davoudian, artist. Video report by KONTAKT Ukrainian TV Viev the 3D interactive virtual exhibition at the KUMF Gallery created by the Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation / UCAF and Kinetic Media. KUMF…(Read More)

Canvas Canada

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The Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts (ACUA) in partnership with the Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation (UCAF)/KUMF Gallery (Toronto) launch their first online fundraising auction with a twist, Canvas Canada – Exhibit “i”. We are pleased to announce anchoring the event will be Waddington’s Auctioneers and Appraisers.  To celebrate milestone anniversaries – the 35th…(Read More)

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You can watch the live stream here. The famous Ukrainian pianists, professors of the Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Academy of Music Oksana RAPITA and Myroslav DRAGAN have been performing as a piano duo since 1994. Their debut took place at the International Festival of Contemporary Music “Contrasts” in Lviv.The duo’s repertoire is extremely…(Read More)

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Exhibition opening – Opening remarks by Oleh Lesiuk, UCAF Vice President with video report by KONTAKT Ukrainian TV Network. Art Exhibition and Sale Virtual Tour To purchase artwork, please contact KUMF Gallery at info@kumfgallery.com…(Read More)

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A public reading with Ukrainian writer Dorje Batuu. Introduction by Olga Khometa, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Slavic Literatures and Languages at the University of Toronto. Webinar registration at https://zoom.us/j/97884794653… Please support this project financially using the link https://kumfgallery.com/donate/, or by becoming a member…(Read More)

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A public poetry reading with Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach and Olga Livshyn.Introduction by Olga Khometa, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Slavic Literatures and Languages at the University of Toronto. Webinar registration at info@kumfgallery.com Authors bio: Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach emigrated from Ukraine as a Jewish refugee when she was six years old…(Read More)