The museum is pleased to curate the exhibit "Through Their Eyes" the art work and reflections of the Grade Seven Art Students of Sir John Franklin Art School.
The students became interested in the Invasion in Ukraine and researched their individual interests. The final project was to produce a piece of art. Each chose a different medium . to express their research.
12 students offered their work to this exhibit with their artist's reflection on their piece. Located in the lower museum hallway, the museum is open on Tuesdays from 9:30 to 3.00 and Sunday after Church. Group Appointments could be arranged . contact 403 910 6528
The museum, Calgary Collection, is curating its new exhibit., "Winter Festivities". It features the "kozhukh" and winter outerwear brought to Canada in the early 1900's by our pioneers. Come and enjoy the story of Malanka and St. Nicholas with your family. Our Gift Shop is also open for gift ideas each Tuesday from 10:00 to 2:30. Tours or Sundays can be made by appointment.
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To acquire, preserve, study and interpret, on a national basis*, representative artifacts which depict the Ukrainian heritage and their contribution to
Irreplaceable artifacts such as clothing, pottery, tools, photographs and other treasures of the first, second and third waves of Ukrainian immigrants are housed in this museum. Textiles, including shirts, weavings and embroidery make up a large part of our collection. In addition there are many pysanky, religious items, examples of specialty Breads and a focus on the Ukrainian Canadian pioneer experience.
*The Calgary Collection is a member of the Ukrainian Museum of Canada with the main collection centered in
Open Tuesday 10:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. or by appointment Wednesday through Friday 10:00 - 3:30.
Admission by donation
Gift store features items such as cards, Icons, crosses, pysanky and pysanky supplies, books and CD’s.
404 Meredith Road NE
Calgary, Alberta T2E 5A6
For more Information, phone 403 264 3437.
Group and School Tours
The Calgary Collection offers group and school tours of St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the Museum. The program is gauged to adult and senior groups and children taking the Grade 3 and Grade 4 Social Studies program The program can includes a video, skits, treasure hunt and a church visit. Programs on Christmas and Easter traditions, and dance are also available.
Group and school tours have a cost of $3.00 per person.
Arrangements must be confirmed prior to the date.
Please contact the Cultural Centre Administrator at 403 264 3437 who will then connect you with the museum member overseeing this program.
The Ukrainian Museum of Canada, Calgary Collection has access to artifacts from its sister Branches. Occasionally, special exhibitions have been held to display these artifacts. Examples include:
Lesya Ukrainka (2010)
Celebrating the Art of Pysanky (2009)
In addition, the Calgary Collection has the opportunity to display artifacts at some community events. In May 2010, the Calgary collection participated in the first ever Calgary Ukrainian Festival. This is anticipated to be an annual event.
This summer the Museum Gallery will feature the art work of Zinnie Eberhardt. Eberhardt, an artist since childhood, grew up in Northern Saskatchewan. After her children grew up she took night classes and art became her life. She went back to the College of Art in Calgary to study full-time. She has worked with several medium and chosen many different themes. Her love for gardening and flowers shows in many of her projects.
The paintings featured in the exhibit will go on auction until September. The exhibit is sponsored by St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Sobor.
The Ukrainian Museum of Canada - Calgary Collection is presenting and exhibit Treasures and Tragedies: Domed Churches of the Prairies
Opening September 13, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Every Tuesday from September 15, 2015 to November 9, 2015 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Or by Appointment @ 403-264-3437
Treasures and Tragedies: Domed Churches of the Prairies
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