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Ukrainian Embroidery from across Ukraine on Permanent Display
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Events at the Museum
October 19, 2021, Tuesday, Ruslan Horovyi from Kyiv, Ukraine Film Screening - "Just Below the Sky", Tuesday, October 19, 2021. 7:00 PM., UNM. Donations An evening with Ukrainian journalist, author of the “Children’s Search Service” TV-show (since 2001), documentary...
Friday, October 1, 2021, 7:00 PM. Photo-exhibition and PowerPoint presentation. Chicago Ukrainians in the 1950s: through the photo lens of Petro Oleksijenko. From the history of Ukrainian Chicago. 70 years ago, back in 1951, Ukrainians, along with other...
We invite you to an upcoming event, video presentation reportage about the Ukrainian National Museum’s participation in its very first international exhibition in Kyiv, Ukraine “Forever Free Ukraine”. Join us on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 4:00 pm. Additionally, we...
Ukrainian-English Collocation Dictionary by Yuri Shevchuk The Ukrainian-English Collocation Dictionary compiled by Yuri Shevchuk, lecturer of Ukrainian at Columbia University, was recently published by the Hippocrene Books of New York. The 1000-page tome has no...
Documentary film - THE LONG BREAKUP (In English) by KATYA SOLDAK Q&A & Discussion with Katya Soldak Friday, JUNE 18, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. Admission $20.00 Pre registration and payment required: Go to https://tinyurl.com/brdadtks The Long Breakup is a feature...
Every year on the fourth Saturday of November On November 28, we ask that you join us, in commemorating the victims of the 1932-33 Genocide Famine (Holodomor) against Ukrainians, as we light candles in the windows of our homes throughout the world. Let’s do...
The Ukrainian National Museum opened its doors in September after being closed for several months. It was wonderful to welcome our visitors back! However, due to the governor’s new directives for the state of Illinois, the museum will be closed starting...
It is with utmost sadness and a heavy heart that we inform you of the passing of Jaroslaw Hankewych.
It is with utmost sadness and a heavy heart that we inform you of the passing of Jaroslaw Hankewych, on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at 77 years. Long time UNM president (2000-2014) and active member of the Ukrainian community. Jaroslaw Hankewych is survived by his...
Museum in the Media
Maria Klimchak та Галина Парасюк - Музейними стежками - Ukrainian National Museum. Наша гостя Оля Гурняк, сестра Народного Героя Віктора Гурняка, який віддав своє життя за Україну... тема нашої розмови присвячена подіям на Майдані та он-лайн виставці фотографій з...
Listen to a radio podcast dedicated to the Heavenly Hundred of the Euromaidan on the Ukrainian Independent Radio. Your Host Maria Klimchak.
Ukrainian Village Museum Director, Lost To Pandemic, Was A Fierce Advocate For Fellow Ukrainians In Chicago
Jaroslaw "Jerry" Hankewych emigrated from Ukraine to Chicago in the wake of World War II. Over the next several decades, he'd be a resource for other immigrants in Ukrainian Village until his death from coronavirus at 77. Click on button below to read the full...
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The Museum Minute
The Ukrainian National Museum has a long history of being an integral organization in the Ukrainian Community in Chicago. Each week we post a question to our members and friends to test their knowledge of our history. Test your knowledge and click on the questions below to get the answer.
Visit the Ukrainian National
Museum of Chicago at:
2249 W. Superior St.
Chicago, Illinois 60612
Thursday through Sunday
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
-Adult admission – $10.00
-Senior and Student Admission – $5.00
-Children under 12 are free
-Members get in free