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https://www.waddingtons.ca/…/canvas-canada-exhibit-i…/https://fb.me/e/cjdmOsL4E October 21 – 31, 2021 CANVAS CANADA – EXHIBIT “i”online auction fundraiser with a twisthosted by Waddington’s Canada’s Auction & Appraisal https://www.waddingtons.ca We invite you to view online gallery:https://www.waddingtons.ca/…/canvas-canada…/gallery/Online bidding…(Read More)

UCAF 45 Hues of Colour

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In celebration of the 45-th. Anniversary the UKRAINIAN CANADIAN ART FOUNDATION / UCAF cordially invites art lovers to the opening of the Art Season. ART EXHIBITION “UCAF 45 HUES OF COLOUR”selected artworks from UCAF permanent collection Video report by KONTAKT Ukrainian TV Network can be viewed on: https://www.facebook.com/ukrainiancanadianartgallery/videos/584327266026100…(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)

Earth Day 2021.

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In honor of Earth Day 2021, the Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation (UCAF) is featuring a series of specially selected art works from the Permanent Collection which capture and highlight ideal, utopian environs. Wistful by Maria Zuzula (Tapestry) Flowering of the Apple Tree by Petro Obal, oil Canadian Landscape-1, 1984 by Primrose Diakiw, oil on…(Read More)

Artworks for Sale >>> Video broadcast from the Exhibit opening: >>> We follow all health recommendations and take all precautionary measures related to COVID-19.———————————Featured artists:Maria Antoniv, Taras Boychuk, Danylo Glynchak, Bohdan Holowacki,Stanislav Khomenko, Christina Kudryk, Ihor Kurok, Ivan Lazirko,Oleh Lesiuk, Mariia Levadnia, Mihajlo Ljahovic…(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)