[Aaus-list] July/August 2013 at The Ukrainian Museum

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      July/August 2013


      In this issue 




      · Closed August 24 ‒ Ukraine's Independence Day 
      · Annual Meeting recap; new president! 
      · Visit the "cool" Ukrainian Museum! 
      · A "Blue Star" summer 
      · Like to plan ahead? Folk art courses begin in September 
      · Now showing 
      · Around the Museum 

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                  The Museum will be closed on Saturday, August 24,
                  in celebration of Ukraine's Independence Day. 
                 
           



      Annual Meeting recap 

      Professor Renata Holod elected Board president 


              


      The "energy and enthusiasm" that the Museum, in the words of director Maria Shust, demonstrated throughout 2012 and throughout the 36 years since its founding were equally evident during its annual meeting on Sunday, June 23. Close to 100 members were on hand to hear about the Museum's many activities in 2012, elect a new president and new members of the Board of Trustees, approve bylaw changes, take part in a spirited question-and-answer session, and, finally, enjoy cake and coffee ‒ and engage in further discussion ‒ with fellow members. There is no mistaking the passion and commitment of our members, and no doubt that their unwavering support has played a huge role in our Museum becoming one of New York City's most vibrant mid-sized cultural institutions. 

      Mykola Darmochwal, the outgoing president of the Board of Trustees, led off the meeting by thanking the director, her staff, and the Museum's volunteers for their work and dedication. In 2012, he said, the Board continued to focus on organizational issues; as a result, some of the Museum's bylaws were being revised, the hiring of an Assistant Director had been approved, and a professional investment manager was retained on a trial basis to expand the range of the Museum's financial holdings. Looking to the long term, Mr. Darmochwal stressed the need to reevaluate the Museum's goals and objectives, identify future demographic sources of members and supporters, and determine the types of exhibitions, events, and programs that should be held at the Museum. 

      Director Maria Shust then gave a detailed review of the Museum's activities in 2012 and early 2013. She listed the exhibitions that had been presented and were currently in development and noted the Museum's numerous public events (concerts, book presentations, lectures, and film screenings) and expansive educational program, which in 2012 added a new folk art workshop in tapestry weaving and included a special Summer Session for children and youngsters. She also acknowledged the efforts of the Board of Trustees, volunteers, and staff in reaching out to the local and Ukrainian American communities and in raising funds for the Museum's operations by organizing a variety of events throughout the year. One of the year's highlights, she said, was the coverage garnered by several exhibitions in such prestigious American media outlets as The New York Times and the weekly PBS program NYC-ARTS. 

      Ms. Shust thanked the funding agencies that support the Museum's programs, such as the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and expressed her appreciation to her small staff for their commitment and creativity in the face of increasing workloads and mounting pressures. Noting the critical role played by each of the Museum's volunteers, she paid tribute to the late Yaroslava Luchechko, who had been a driving force behind many volunteer efforts and whose death had left a void in the Museum community. 

      Ms. Shust concluded her review by informing the members present that the Museum had received two significant bequests in 2012 and early 2013, from Pauline Urban Bruggeman of Upstate New York ($500,000) and from the Museum's long-time friend and benefactor Borys Halahan ($1 million). She thanked them for their extreme generosity, foresight, and faith in the importance of the Museum's work, and saluted all the Museum's collaborators, members, and donors for their continued support. 

      The afternoon's final presentation was given by treasurer Zoriana Haftkowycz, who noted that the economic downturn of the past several years had had a significant impact on the Museum's fundraising and finances. In fact, she said, had the Museum not received the unexpected bequest from Mrs. Bruggeman, it would have reported a deficit in 2012. Without any indication that an economic improvement is imminent, the Board is continuing to enforce strict budgetary controls and to work closely with the Museum's staff, particularly long-time administrative director Daria Bajko, to monitor expenditures and income. 

      After a brief Audit Committee report confirming the accuracy of the Museum's financial statements followed by a lively general question-and-answer session, the membership voted to elect Professor Renata Holod as the new president of the Board, succeeding the retiring Mykola Darmochwal. 

             
            Renata Holod 
           

      Professor Holod is a respected academic and researcher, and a prolific author. A member of the University of Pennsylvania faculty, she received her Honours B.A. in Islamic Studies from the University of Toronto, her M.A. in the History of Art from the University of Michigan, and her Ph.D. in Fine Arts from Harvard University. She has conducted archaeological and architectural fieldwork in Syria, Iran, Morocco, Central Asia, Turkey, and Ukraine and completed an archaeological/ethno-historical survey on the island of Jerba, Tunisia. She currently leads a team analyzing the grave goods of a medieval kurgan (funerary mound) from the Black Sea steppe. Professor Holod is the Curator of the Near East Section at the University Museum, where she has curated several exhibitions. She has also served as Convenor, Steering Committee Member, and Master Jury Chair of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and has worked with a number of pre-eminent international architectural and design firms as architectural consultant. Professor Holod is a member of numerous advisory boards, committees, and organizations and is the recipient of several fellowships and awards. She joined the Museum's Board in 2011. 

      In a brief address later in the meeting, Professor Holod reminded members that "we are not only a folk art or fine art museum, but a museum of the history of Ukraine" and said that we must continuously challenge ourselves in order to grow and improve ‒ "we cannot rest on our laurels." As a first step, she called on each member to bring in one new member ‒ a seemingly small gesture that would result in the Museum doubling its membership. Professor Holod stressed the need to work collaboratively for the good of the Museum and encouraged members to e-mail her with any comments or questions. 

      Voting concluded with the election of two new Board members ‒ Christine Bonacorsa and Chrystia Freeland ‒ and four new members of the Audit Committee: Alex Labunka, Bohdan Sawycky, Renata Zajac, and Ihor Zwarycz. Lydia Zaininger, previously a member of the committee, was named its chair. (For a full list of Board and Audit Committee members, please scroll down to the end of this report.) 

      Next on the agenda was a vote on the Museum's revised bylaws, the product of an intensive two-year review by a committee composed of Trustees Iryna Kurowyckyj (chair), Andrei Harasymiak, Esq. (whose work on this initiative was singled out by Ms. Kurowyckyj), Chryzanta Hentisz, Esq., and Motria Kuzycz, Esq., and former Trustees Andrij Lencyk, Esq., and Zirka Voronka. After a spirited discussion, the bylaws were overwhelmingly approved. 

      The meeting concluded with a special presentation to a very special individual: Olha Hnateyko received a plaque from the Museum's Board of Trustees, naming her Honorary President of The Ukrainian Museum. The honor recognizes Ms. Hnateyko's many contributions to the growth of the Museum during her long tenure as president and her ongoing efforts on the Museum's behalf. "You have always been, and you will always be, the soul of the Museum," said Mykola Darmochwal. 

             
            Olha Hnateyko 
           

      The annual meeting was chaired by Maria Tomorug and recorded by secretary Motria Milanytch. 

      Board of Trustees 

      Executive Board 
      Professor Renata Holod, President 
      Marianna Zajac, Vice-President 
      Iryna Kurowyckyj, Vice-President 
      Adrian Hewryk, Vice-President 
      Zoriana Haftkowycz, Treasurer 
      Lilya Kalat, Secretary 
      Roma Shuhan, Secretary 
      Orest Glut, Member-at-Large 
      Mykola Haliv, Member-at-Large 
      Motria Kuzycz, Esq., Member-at-Large 

      Trustees 
      Mark Bach 
      Christine Bonacorsa 
      Theodora Chomiak 
      Chrystia Freeland 
      Andrei Harasymiak, Esq. 
      Chryzanta Hentisz, Esq. 
      Sophia Hewryk 
      Maryanna Marsch-Hoydysh 
      Rostislav Milanytch 
      Roksolana Misilo 
      Natalia Sonevytsky 
      Olga Stawnychy 
      Wolodymyr Sulzynsky 
      Oksana Trytjak 
      Olha Yarema-Wynar 

      Audit Committee 
      Lydia Zaininger, Chair 
      Alex Labunka 
      Bohdan Sawycky 
      Renata Zajac 
      Ihor Zwarycz 

       

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      Escape the heat and humidity … 

      Visit the "cool" Ukrainian Museum! 


              


      It's cool to be Ukrainian at any time of year, and it can be even cooler during the stifling days of summer. Take a break from the heat and humidity ‒ reconnect to your roots or discover Ukrainian art and culture by visiting the very cool Ukrainian Museum. 

      Our Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art exhibit is sure to surprise you with its style, glamour, and vibe, and our display of traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs ‒ yes, they're real eggs! ‒ will blow you away. Be sure to drop by the gift shop, too; it's full of artwork and high-end handicrafts (including those cool cotton embroidered shirts) and carries an amazing selection of Easter eggs (pysanky), which are considered to be good luck charms. And if you're looking for something different to read on those long summer days, pick up a book on Ukrainian art and culture; many are available in both English and Ukrainian. 

      The gift shop is open during Museum visiting hours, Wednesday through Sunday from 11:30 to 5:00. 



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      A "Blue Star" summer 

      Continues through Labor Day 


              
      For the second consecutive year, The Ukrainian Museum is proudly taking part in the Blue Star Museums program, which provides free museum admission to active-duty, National Guard, and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The program is a partnership among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families (a non-profit organization of military families), the Department of Defense, and more than 1,800 museums across the U.S. 

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      Like to plan ahead? 

      Fall session of folk art courses begins September 14 



      Time flies, and it'll be fall before we know it. The next session of our popular folk art courses and workshops is set to begin Saturday, September 14, so mark your calendars today! 

      Tapestry Weaving 
      10 a.m.‒12:30 p.m. 
      September 14‒October 12 

      Embroidery 
      1‒3:30 p.m. 
      September 14‒November 9 

      Gerdany (seed-bead necklaces) 
      10 a.m.‒12:30 p.m. 
      October 19 ‒ November 9 

      To register for a course, simply complete our online registration form and return it to the Museum along with your payment, or call the Museum at 212.228.0110. Don't forget that Museum members receive a 10% discount on courses, as well as many other benefits and privileges, so if you haven't already done so, become a member today! 

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      Now showing 



      Out of Tradition: Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art 
      Through September 29 

              
      Among the more than 150 works by 35 artists from Ukraine and North America featured in this major exhibition are ceramics, jewelry, textiles, high-fashion clothing and accessories, and decorative items crafted from wood, glass, and silver. 




      more 






      Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs) 
      Through September 22 

              
      Approximately 300 exquisite Easter eggs from the Museum's extensive collection, representing various regions of Ukraine. Come see the colors, patterns, and motifs … marvel at the artistry and craftsmanship … and experience the magic! 










      More about the exhibitions... 





      Around the Museum 

      The past months, in pictures 



      May 18: Film screenings 

             
            In conjunction with International Museum Day (an initiative of the International Council of Museums) and the annual Ukrainian Street Festival organized by St. George's parish (see below), the Museum screened two silent classics by Ukrainian director Olexander Dovzhenko: Zvenyhora (1928) and Earth (1930). Visitors were able to take in both films for just the price of Museum admission. 
            This series of silent film is courtesy of the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre in Ukraine. 
           




      May 18-19: At St. George's Ukrainian Street Festival 

             
            Our dedicated "Wednesday Volunteers" take every opportunity to promote the Museum and help fill its coffers, and this year's Ukrainian Street Festival was no exception. The ladies connected with hundreds of visitors who stopped by their table to purchase delectable home-made sweets and engage in a quick chat. The festival is an annual event organized by St. George's parish on 7th Street ‒ a scant half-block from the Museum. 
           




      May 19: Ukrainian Folk Painting family workshop 

             
            Children and their parents learned about traditional Ukrainian folk painting and then enjoyed creating their own unique ceramic tiles or other "masterpieces." Our family workshops are designed specifically for youngsters aged 5‒12. 
           




      June 1: "Sounds out of Tradition" concert 

             
            Inspired by our current exhibition Out of Tradition: Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art, this concert saw NY Bandura music director Julian Kytasty joining forces with Ukrainian artist Alla Zagaykevich for a unique performance of new sounds emanating from the deepest layers of Ukrainian musical tradition. Alla performed courtesy of the Yara Arts Group, with whom she is working this summer. 
           




      June 9: Film screening 

             
            A screening of the Ukrainian silent film Two Days (1927), free with Museum admission, brought out an interesting visitor: a grandniece of the film’s cinematographer, Danylo Demutsky. Demutsky was the photographer for Les Kurbas’s acclaimed Berezil theater and went on to great fame as the cinematographer for several Alexander Dovzhenko classics, including Earth (1930), as well as a long string of other films. 
            This series of silent film is courtesy of the Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre in Ukraine. 
           




      June 10: Visitors from Ukraine 

              
            A group of Plastuny (scouts) from Ukraine toured the Museum’s exhibition Out of Tradition: Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art. Many of the items displayed are on loan from Ukraine. 
           




      June 12-15: New York State Museum Week 

             
            In conjunction with the second annual New York State Museum Week, the Museum offered visitors complimentary one-hour guided tours, led by Education Coordinator Oksana Mahlay. 
           



      Header image: Nataliya Shymin, Aftertaste, 2007, collage, film, netting, cloth (detail). On display in the exhibition Out of Tradition: Contemporary Decorative and Applied Art. 

      Unless otherwise indicated, all photos © The Ukrainian Museum 

              The Ukrainian Museum's film series and traditional arts programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. 
           
              The Ukrainian Museum's traditional arts and education programs are funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. 
           

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