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Ukrainian Folktales for Children – A Diorama Exhibition by Andrij and Luba Chornodolsky
September 9 – October 2, 2016    General Admission: Adults $5, Children (under 12) FREE

Opening Reception: Friday, September 9, 2016 Admission: $10, Children (under 12) FREEKazky

Artistic dioramas created by Luba and Andrij Chornodolsy, storytellers from Baltimore, will open the door to Ukrainian Folktales, sharing 11 of their favorite folktales bringing the heroes to life with dioramas. Each diorama features a colorful banner. Reading as well as storytelling is an integral part in instilling ideals, ethics, as well as invaluable life-long lessons. Spoken and written words are the foundation of a person’s intellect. See the Ukrainian Folktales come to life September 9 – October 2, 2016. The exhibit opens September 9, 2016 at 7 p.m


Featuring:

– Ripka (the Turnip)

– the Little Girl Natalochka and the Silver Fish

– Horishok (the little Hazelnut)

– Shulika (the Hawk)

– pro Dvox Tsapkiv I Dvi Kozichky (about Two Rams and Two Goats)

– Konyk Strybunets (the Grasshopper)

– a traditional Ukrainian Rizdvo (Christmas)

– Rukavychka (the Mitten)

– Kolosok (the Rooster and Two Mice)

– Koza Dereza (the Deceitful Goat)