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Interview premiers on Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation KUMF Gallery Facebook Page . Uliana Hlynchak in conversation with Volodymyr Dibrova, Ukrainian American writer.Volodymyr Dibrova, PhD, born in 1951. Writer, translator, literary critic.Author or 6 books of prose (novel Andrew’s Way, 2007, BBC Ukrainian Service Book of the Year award, and collections of short fiction…(Read More)

Victor Mishalow was born in Sydney, Australia. Studied bandura under Peter Deriashnyj and Hryhory Bazhul in Australia. He completed his studies in Music at the University of Sydney.In 1978, he received a scholarship from the Australian Arts Council to study bandura under the leading bandurists of the Ukrainian diaspora who lived in North America…(Read More)

A public reading with Volodymyr Dibrova, Ukrainian American writer. Introduction by Olga Khometa, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Slavic Literatures and Languages at the University of Toronto. Authors bio:Volodymyr Dibrova, PhD, born in 1951.Writer, translator, literary critic.Author or 6 books of prose (novel Andrew’s Way, 2007, BBC Ukrainian Service…(Read More)

You can watch here: https://www.facebook.com/ukrainiancanadianartgallery/posts/1970019606473581?__tn__=-R Myron Bloshchychak is a unique virtuoso musician, author and performer of various genres of music, researcher and master of Ukrainian folk wind musical instruments. Clarinet, saxophone, pan flute, telynka (open flute without holes), floyara (long open flute with 6 holes), recorder, double…(Read More)

A public reading with Oksana Lutsyshyna, Ukrainian American writer and emerging Ukrainian Canadian writer, Uliana Hlynchak. 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: Oksana Lutsyshyna is a writer, poet, and literary scholar, author of…(Read More)

A public reading with Askold Melnyczuk, American writer and publisher.Introduction by Olga Khometa, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Slavic Literatures and Languages at the University of Toronto. Please RSVP for this free webinar by Friday, October 2, 2020 by sending a request to info@kumfgallery.com with memo WEBINAR. Авторські читання із Аскольдом Мельничуком, американським письменником…(Read More)

About Pause in Plight. The 17-piece Art Exhibit, created in support from the Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund (CFWWIRF), aims to inform the masses of the WW1 national security fears and wartime prejudice, which led to the internment of 8,579 men, among them, women and children, identified…(Read More)