Local Events

9/22/18 Konevets Quartet Performance

On September 22, Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, Chicago's oldest Orthodox community, will be hosting a quartet from St. Petersburg, Russia. This group will be singing parts of the vigil service, along with a concert of scared and folk music.

UIC SEE NEXT upcoming Fall 2018 events

SEE NEXT (SEMINAR: EASTERN EUROPEAN AND NORTHERN EURASIAN CROSSTALK) FALL 2018

Dear colleagues,

Welcome to the 2018-19 academic year and to a new SEE NEXT season.
Please mark your calendars for the following SEE NEXT and SEE NEXT-related events scheduled for this Fall.
Feel free to invite your students and colleagues, as all our events are free and open to the public:

SEPTEMBER

September 12
Institute for the Humanities, Stevenson Hall
701 South Morgan str.
6-8 pm

Orion Ensemble feat. Russian Cellist Ian Maksin, 11/11, 11/14, 11/18

ORION WELCOMES RUSSIAN CELLIST IAN MAKSIN 
FOR "RUSSIAN PASSION" AND GLEN ELLYN DEBUT NOV. 11, ALSO CHICAGO (NOV. 14), EVANSTON (NOV. 18)
Program Includes Original Work, Arensky, Frühling, Cassadó

9/7 - Summer Souvenirs at the Ukrainian National Museum

Opening Friday, September 7 at 7:00pm, the Ukrainian National Museum in Chicago will be presenting their exhibit: Summer Souvenirs, 
by artists Anna Vykhtiuk and Khrystyna Kozyuk. The Exhibit will feature beautiful acrylics with whimsical, flowered and animal themes by Anna Vykhtiuk and large oils with bright floral designs by Khrystyna Kozuk.

"Pushing the Limits" at Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art

Pushing the Limits

Through July 29, 2018

 

UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF MODERN ART
2320 W. Chicago Ave. Chicago IL 60622

 

Selection from UIMA permanent collection celebrates the artists who, in their time, transcended the limitations of the chosen medium  towards another realm-whether it be another medium, dimension, or state of consciousness. Curated by Adrienne Kochman.

 

Admission FREE

New Exhibit Opening: Contemporary Art by Petro Sypniak, Lviv, Ukraine (Ukrainian National Museum)

Opening: on Friday, May 11, at 7:00 pm, at the Ukrainian National Museum in Chicago.
The museum welcomes well accomplished Ukrainian contemporary artist Petro Sypniak for his debut exhibit in the United States.

 

Petro Sypniak was born in 1959, in the western Ukrainian region of Ivano-Frankivsk. From there, he moved to the city to study in the Lviv State Institute for Applied and Decorative Art.

 

5/11 Screening of "A Night on Milwaukee Avenue" at Chopin Theatre

A Night on Milwaukee Avenue - Premiere, Private Screening & Red Carpet After Party

Friday May, 11th

8 p.m.

 

Chopin Theatre

1543 West Division, Chicago, IL 60642

 

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