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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)

The exhibition presents traditional iconography from the ХVII century to the present days, various works of religious there, created in different styles by means of painting on wood, canvas, enamel on metal, wrought metal, sculpture, wood carving and other, with more than 110 in number.The exhibition features the following famous Ukrainian artists from Canada…(Read More)

The compositions in Vera Yurchuk’s paintings have typically been vibrantly abstract, with a strong influence from her travels, antiquity and her love of nature. Still life, celebrating womanhood and her Ukrainian heritage have been notable, recurring themes in her paintings. But in the past few years, as the tumultuous events of the early years…(Read More)

“Мистецтво зібране серцем” Про мистецьку колекцію Родини Бульчак. Все життя українська родина Лесі та Богдана Бульчак добірно колекціонували, проте ніколи не називали себе колекціонерами. Збирали мистецтво серцем. Назвати їх винятковою родиною у канадсько-українському середовищі другої половини ХХ століття важко, адже вся повоєнна політична імміграція були свідомо проукраїнсько налаштовані і мали за обов’язок підтримувати один одного,…(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)