Posts From the yearly archives: "2023"

Merry Christmas!


A very special Christmas wish to all our members, volunteers, artists and patrons. May the Lord bless you and your families with health, happiness and prosperity during this Holiday Season and the New Year! We truly thank you for all your time, effort, and financial support during these challenging and ever changing times. The Ukrainian…(Read More)


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2023 at 9 pm EST.Online via Facebook and You Tube. Sonia Bodnar, KONTAKT Next Gen reporter & book bloggerin conversation with Canadian writer Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch. Moderator & video production – Uliana Hlynchak, Head of UCAF Program Committee.Sponsors: KONTAKT Ukrainian TV Network, Delta Bingo. Please join us by links:https://www…(Read More)

UCAF Giving Tuesday


Please DONATE. Tuesday, November 28 marks Giving Tuesday – a movement started to unleash the power of radical generosity around the world. It follows a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. As it follows American Thanksgiving and precedes Christmas, it falls into season that is grounded in giving, and nurturing bonds,…(Read More)

Marsha Forchuk-Skrypuch.


Join us in conversation with Canadian Author Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch. Marsha will read from her most recent novel, Winterkill, and an excerpt from Stolen Girl/Stolen Child, the first of her six WWII Ukraine novels. Introduction by Sonia Bodnar, book blogger and Kontakt Ukr. TV book review reporter Bio: Marsha Fotchuk Skrypuch is the author…(Read More)

December 3 – 23, 2023 Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation / KUMF Gallery present retrospective art exhibit in celebration of 80 years anniversary of renowned Ukrainian-Canadian artist Bohdan Holowacki. Opening: Sunday, December 3, 2023 – 2pm at the KUMF GalleryArt review by Oleh Lesiuk, President of the Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada / USOM, UCAF…(Read More)


Vladislav Davidzon presents his newly published book “Jewish-Ukrainian Relations and the birth of a Political Nation”, selected writings 2013-2021.Introduction by literary critic Halyna KostyukBio:Vladislav Davidzon is the European culture correspondent at Tablet, a fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center, and the author of “From Odessa With Love…(Read More)

Group art exhibition by artists of the Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada / USOM. Featured Artists: Viktoriia Andreieva, Maria Antoniv, Ludmila Barmina, Viktor Deisun, Danylo Glyntchak, Oleksandr Gutyrya, Bohdan Holowacki, Stanislav Khomenko, Christina Kudryk, Ivan Lazirko, Oleh Lesiuk, Oleh Lipchenko, Mihajlo Ljahovic, Pavlo Lopata, Mariia Luchuk, Nataliya Machkur, Viktor Novytskyy, Nataliia Petrenko -…(Read More)

Registration link: Live Stream link: In October 2022, Maksym Davydenko, co-founder of the Cultural Heritage Fund of Ukraine, with Olha Honchar, director of the Territory of Terror Museum in Lviv, Ukraine, spear-headed the Wounded Culture project. This initiative is an act of non-violent…(Read More)