PICTORIC: The Kyiv Illustrators' Club presents War in Living Colour
50 original artworks from a group of Ukrainian illustrators, represented by the Kyiv-based group Pictoric. The works explore the themes of resistance, evacuation, children during war, daily life in bomb shelters and under shelling, among others, and reflect the illustrators’ direct experience of threat, anger, fear and pride.
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
PICTORIC: Kyiv Illustrators' Club & Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Education Centre
This is a cross-Canada art pop-up tour of 50 Ukrainian-made illustrations and contemporary poster art about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. When russia invaded Ukraine in February, few could have guessed the depths of the cruelty which the occupants brought with them. Pictoric captures some of the most hard-hitting, visceral snapshots of the immediate impact of that invasion; images of their own, deeply personal experiences or the illustrations of the happenings reported and observed all around them... Sofiya Kominko first brought the Pictoric Exhibit to Ottawa's SAW Gallery in June, followed by a pop-up at Vancouver’s ALSO the Kent event space. Christia Chudczak, a photographer, and Libid Zyla Harder, a theatre and film mercenary, recognized the importance of keeping these illustrations and the stories they tell in the spotlight as long as Ukraine remains occupied. Oseredok is an internationally-recognized repository, museum, archive, library, art gallery, educational, and research centre dedicated to preserving, sharing, promoting, and developing Ukrainian-Canadian and Ukrainian culture and heritage. In view of the coming wave of Ukrainian displaced persons, Oseredok offers English-language classes in order to help newcomers integrate. This exhibit is pay-what-you-will; your donation for this event is solely used for funding this English-learning program for Ukrainian refugees.
This event is part of a hub:
Nuit Blanche Winnipeg is back! After two years of a socially distanced event, we are excited to move all the art enthusiasm into one special evening this fall! September 24th, 6pm-12am we will have a concentration of exhibitions/perfo...
184 Alexander Avenue
Located at Main and Alexander; entrance on Alexander Ave. Accessible entrance through the Boutique door on the East side of the building.
English, Ukrainian, French
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.