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About Our Auction
The second part of Oseredok’s Art Fundraiser will be an online art auction with an in-person viewing on April 30th from 10 am to 4 pm. The auction includes pieces that have been donated both by Manitoba artists and collectors. Proceeds from this auction will be going towards the Canada-Ukraine Fund and towards our own initiatives to help with the ongoing war in Ukraine, as we anticipate an influx of Ukrainians coming to Manitoba, as well as items of cultural importance, that we would like to accommodate.
About Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre
Founded in 1944, Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre is a museum and archival heritage institution that celebrates the remarkable achievements and legacy of the Ukrainian Canadian community in Canada. It serves as the community’s collective memory by collecting, caring for, documenting and interpreting collections of ethnology, folk art, fine art, and archives related to community history. Oseredok prides itself on its uniqueness, which lies in pulling under one roof diverse but inter-related collections that reflect a wide range of cultural history and heritage. Oseredok is a vital source of information on Ukrainian culture, encompassing such fields of interest as history, art, music, literature, and ethnography. It is a place where the tradition inherent in the Ukrainian consciousness is preserved and transmitted to future generations.
"Eyes Wide Open...Trees Forests More Trees"
(Lot #47) Acrylic on canvas by Ewa Tarsia
"Hive Scan #5"
(Lot #54) Photograph (chromogenic print) by Aganetha and Richard Dyck
"Lament of Ukraine"
(Lot # 1) Acrylic on Canvas by Daria Mudryj
"Mainstreet and Redwood Avenue"
(Lot #41) Silver gelatin print by John Paskievich
(Lot #3) Acrylic on canvas by Daria Mudryj
(Lot #11) Acrylic on cotton by Don Reichert
(Lot #46) Coloured pencil on fibreglass board by Don Proch
“Madonna of the Kharkiv Subway”
(Lot #56) Pencil crayon on matte board by Michael Boss