Exhibitions

Within a scholarly context, the PCUH periodically organizes exhibitions that focus on the aesthetic aspects of Ukrainian culture, society and history. These are often organized in partnership with a variety of museums and galleries with the view to making available to the widest possible audience the content of the exhibits. Past exhibitions include:

EuroMaidan Project: Art of the Revolution (2014)
An exhibition of Maidan posters organized in association with art centres and galleries across Canada.

Money, Sovereignty and Power: The Paper Currency of Revolutionary Ukraine, 1917-1920 (2013)
A traveling exhibit curated by Professor Bohdan Kordan and organized by PCUH in cooperation with the Ukrainian Museum of Canada.

Far, Far Away: Postcards from Pre-Revolutionary Ukraine (2007)
Traveling exhibit organized in cooperation with the STM Art Gallery.  Exhibit held in conjunction with the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Slavists, 2007 Learneds, University of Saskatchewan.

Embrace … В ОБІЙМАХ (2007)
Travelling photo exhibit co-organized with the STM Art Gallery.

Oral History of Collectivisation: Ukraine in the 1930s (2004)
Photo exhibit co-organized with Rodovid Publishing House (Ukraine) and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Saskatoon. Exhibit held in conjunction with the Orality and Literacy symposium.

Village Masters: Folk Icons of Ukraine, 18-19th century (2003)
Exhibit co-organized with Rodovid Publishing House (Ukraine) and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Saskatoon. Exhibit held in conjunction with the Icons and Images conference.

Dmytro Stryjek: Poetic Vision (2002)
Scholarly symposium and travelling exhibit. Exhibit organized in cooperation with the Kenderdine Gallery, University of Saskatchewan.

Black, Sea Golden Steppes: Antiquarian Maps of the Black Sea Coast and the Steppes of Old Ukraine (2001)
Traveling exhibit organized in cooperation with the Kenderdine Gallery, University of Saskatchewan.

Ex Libris: An Exhibition of Ukrainian Bookplates (1993)
Exhibit organized in cooperation with the Murray Memorial Library, University of Saskatchewan.