Promoting Ukrainian Culture in the Houston TX area
We are excited to announce a virtual art exhibition during the month of November titled Holodomor: A Remembrance. The exhibition commemorates the 87th anniversary of the 1932-33 Genocide-Famine in Ukraine and features the compelling and evocative artworks of Houston-based Ukrainian-American artist Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak.
The exhibition consists of a slide deck in PDF format, totaling 35 panels in a continuous PDF feed. The project was created by Roksolana Karmazyn, Chrystia Bryndzia, Ksenia Rychtycka, Anizia Karmazyn and Olya Czerkas in conjunction with artist Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak in an effort to raise awareness of the Holodomor through the moving and palpable medium of the visual arts.
A number of organizations in Texas and beyond have already signed on to host the virtual exhibition. Members of our committee are reaching out to venues beyond Texas to join in hosting the exhibition. Each exhibition venue may build on the virtual visual presentation by creating educational programs, such as a guest speaker or a musical presentation to complement the exhibition on their websites.
To date, the following organizations and museums have signed on to host the exhibition:
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