28
Oct 13

Beading Workshop 1st & 3rd Saturdays – Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art

  Explore new and unexpected ways to create beautiful beading projects in this beginners workshop.

Cost: $35/weekly class.
Maximum: 15 students.
Coffee and sweets will be served.
Materials are extra and may be purchased from the instructor before class.

Instructor: Nastasiya Marusyk
To register please contact:
info@uima-chicago.org or 773.227.5522


22
Aug 13

On View Now at UIMA: Chicago’s Bauhaus Legacy

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art – August 9 – September 29, 2013

In 1937 the Chicago Association of Art and Industry invited László Moholy-Nagy to head what was to be called the New Bauhaus, four years after the Bauhaus in Berlin was dissolved in 1933 under National Socialist pressure. This exhibit showcases art and design by students of Moholy-Nagy’s schools from 1937-1955: the New Bauhaus, School of Design in Chicago and Institute of Design – with special emphasis on the Foundation Course exercises. In addition, life work of both teachers and students will be shown, from 1937 to the present.

Representing more than sixty individuals, the vast majority of the exhibit is work that has never before been seen. Material has been provided through the generous loans from private collections, in addition to work from the UIMA permanent collection and the Bauhaus Chicago Committee Archive & Collection.

This exhibit is organized in partnership with T. Paul Young and the Bauhaus Chicago committee NFP


20
Aug 13

The Economics of Art 2013: Group Show at Vertical Gallery

At a unique time in art history, when art is for sale on more mediums in more places than ever before, Vertical Gallery, named Chicago’s Best New Gallery by the readers of the Chicago Reader,  has a new group show called The Economics of Art 2013,  that runs through August  31, 2013.

Inspired in part by the work and artists of another Chicago arts institution, Thumbtack Press (thumbtackpress.com), and starting a conversation on the way in which art is (re)produced, bought, and sold online and in galleries today, the show will feature original work alongside limited edition, open edition, screen printed, and digital prints of the original work.

Curated by Ben Schuman-Stoler and Patrick Hull, The Economics of Art 2013 endeavors to dispel the sometimes confusing world of art prints by offering art prints directly next to their original works in Vertical Gallery’s space at 1016 N. Western Ave. It addresses the questions that so many art collectors and fans ask when browsing for art: What’s the value of a reproduction of art? What’s a digital limited edition art print versus a screen printed limited edition art print or hand painted multiple? How do open edition prints work? How do prints of work stand next to their originals? Why are prints priced the way they are?

The show features a broad range of work by 13 artists from around the world, including Chicago artists Dmitry Samarov, Ian Ferguson, Julie Murphy, Steve Seeley, and Jimmy Bunnyluv, along with Anthony Freda, Dave Pressler, David Cooper, El Gato Chimney, Hernan Paganini, Klub7, Raudiel Sanudo and Ruel Pascual. Painting is well represented, as is paper collage, mixed media, digital work, and other mediums – all of which shows the universality of art prints in the art world today.


11
Mar 13

Music Concert at The Ukrainian Museum of Modern Art 3/16

 

 

 

 

The Ukrainian Museum of Modern Art will host a concert commemorating the  80th anniversary of the  1932-1933 Holodomorthe genocide/famine in the Ukraine. 

Conductor: Dr. Volodymyr Syvokhip
Performers: Nazar Dzuhryn – cello, Solomiya Soroka – violin,
Arthur Greene – piano, Alla Kuriyltsiv – soprano, and chorus
At The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
2320 W. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
Admission – $20, UIMA Members – $15
Reception to follow performance

21
Feb 13

Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art Presents an Evening of Chamber Music

The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art Presents an Evening Program of Chamber Music
Performed by
Works by:  Myroslav Skoryk, Mykola Lysenko, and Bederich Smetana
Performers: Daria Horodyskyj, violon
Vera Mucha-Chytra, violin
Michael Holian, viola
Nazar Dzhuryn, guest cellist
Admission $15