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Ukraine House in Denmark welcomed over 400 guests during Kulturnatten

Ukraine House in Denmark returned to the highly anticipated Kulturnatten for the second year in a row. Following its successful participation in Kulturnatten 2022 with a captivating large scale projection of the audiovisual show “Discover Ukraine: Bits Destroyed but Undefeated” onto the walls of the War Museum in Copenhagen, this year Ukraine House welcomed over 400 visitors to experience the showcase of Ukrainian contemporary culture at its recently established premises in Gammel Dok.

The visitors explore the exhibition, engaged in workshops, watched documentaries, tasted Ukrainian cuisine and observed outdoor animation projections by the award-winning Ukrainian artist Mykyta Lyskov.

Tours of the ‘Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries’ exhibition offered insights into the resilience and vitality of the contemporary Ukrainian art scene amidst the war. Meanwhile, a special workshop based on the methodology of Viktoriia Rozentsveig provided children with a space to interact with and reflect upon the art on display.

Kateryna Stukalova, curator of the exhibition, Nataliia Popovych, chairperson of UHD

"In the time when war and the strive for freedom dominate the lives of Ukrainians, Ukraine House in Denmark remains steadfast in its commitment to amplify the voices of Ukrainian artists daring to create and bear witness amidst the highest levels of adversity. We cherish the opportunity to engage with the Danish audience and help the resilience of the identity of Ukrainians in diaspora and under the temporary protection in Denmark during the beloved festival of Kulturnatten",

commented Nataliia Popovych, chairperson of Ukraine House in Denmark.

"We are grateful to the Danish people for standing with Ukraine as shown by the interest in our work, by the number of visits and participation in the charity sale of Inga Levi prints." In the spirit of giving, the charity sale finale of prints from the “Double Exposure” series by artist Inga Levi took place during Kulturnatten, with all proceeds going towards t

he most trustworthy Ukrainian and Danish charities aiding frontline needs in Ukraine. For press inquiries, please contact Maya Zakhovaiko, communications coordinator, Photos by Alex Samorodov


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