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Creative expressions in visual arts and writing on the topic of the Genocide/Holodomor in Ukraine 1932-33.Done by children of Ukraine ages 12 to 16 years
Masks of the Holodomor
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Masks of the Holodomor visually deals with the atrocities of Stalin in the 1930's, Ukraine.
Artists Respond to Genocide
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In honor of the 80th anniversary of the Holodomor-Famine-Genocide of 1932-1933 in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago (UIMA)organized the exhibition “Artists Respond to... More > Genocide”. The exhibition addresses genocides of the world, the deliberate massacre of millions of people targeted on the basis of group membership – such as ethnic, national, cultural, and religious. This exhibition features the work of 20 local, national, and international artists, including: Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak, Evhen Prokopov & Orest Baranyk, Harold L. Cohen, Klaus Eyting, Christine Forni, Larysa Kurylas, Jason LaMantia, Arthur Lerner, Jackie Moses, Bonnie Peterson, Klaus Pinter, Mary Porterfield, Dominic Sansone, Susanne Slavick, Marzena Ziejka, Eden Unluata, Erika Uzmann, Mandy Cano Villalobos and Pat Zalisko.< Less
You Believe Me, My Dear: The Stories of Two Ukrainian Girls
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Grandmom spits in the house, doesn't understand shampoo, calls potatoes pig food, wants Julia married at 15, and is an embarrassing nuisance. Teenage Julia has issues enough as a pastor's daughter... More > without having to share a bedroom with a senile grandmother from peasant Ukraine. Born in 1896, Mariya Blashuk had an arranged marriage, was a German POW, and endured the chaos of "the Borderland." Ukraine was targeted for genocide by starvation, the Holodomor, in which up to 10 million civilians perished. Mariya's eccentric behaviours and senile antics speak the unspeakable.< Less
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"The Soviet Union belongs to every country that is a part of it, and one day they will know that and I am looking forward to the day where I see you fall." 1932-1933: Damien; the ethical... More > and selfless. Isaiah; the kind and dependent. Daniil; the unfeeling and loyal. As the reign of Joseph Stalin continues, the people of the Soviet Union are kept in the dark. As these three men pursue their orders they come to the realization that more lives are at stake than they could have dreamed. It comes down to the simple question for the these three citizens: When in the face of uncertainty, who are you loyal to? What is right, or your country?< Less
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