On October 17, the Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art Museum opened an exhibition of Ukrainian batik. For the first time the works of famous Ukrainian artists of the 1950s - 2016 will be shown to the general public. The works are made in the technique of hot, cold batik and free painting. This is reported by BigKiev.
What to do in Kyiv with children? Water Museum is an interesting place to visit for both kids and adults, and one of the most popular museums in Kyiv. The museum is located in the city center, in the former building of the city’s water tower, built in 1872-1876. In the 19th century it was the main "water supplier” of the city! In fact, it consisted of two water towers 20 meters high and an underground tank with a capacity of 110 thousand buckets! And this is 1 million 350 thousand liters!...
Holodomor victims' Memorial dedicated to the Holodomor tragedy of 1932-1933 in Ukraine was renamed. Today it’s called the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide. The new name better covers the topic and shows that Holodomor is a genocide.
The National Museum “Kyiv Art Gallery” invites all art lovers to visit the exhibition, devoted to the 175th anniversary of the birth of Ilya Repin (1844 - 1930) and to the Independence Day of Ukraine. Usually, the museum presents paintings by the artist. The updated exhibit gives you an opportunity to get acquainted with the Repin's collection of works, in particular, with a graphic collection such as drawings and watercolors.
Do you love museums? Do you want to learn more about Ukraine? The National Museum of Taras Shevchenko invites everyone to visit an exhibition of copies of ancient maps published in the XV - XVIII centuries, which was opened on 13 August. It is reported by Vechirniy.Kyiv.
Do you love visiting museums? Do you want to see great collections without spending any money? With the abundance of museums in Ukraine's capital, it can feel like you need much money to splash out. But you should know that many museums of Kyiv have free admission on certain days.
Do you want to know more about Ukraine and Ukrainians? On 3 August the Museum "Making of Ukrainian Nation" opens in Kyiv. You will learn about 100 prominent Ukrainians from Princess Olga to contemporary prominent individuals of our country.