Events by Month

May 5, 2017 [un]Archiving: Music Films about Lviv On May, 5 at 9.00 pm, the first presentations of the Urban Media Archive from the [un]Archiving series start. We will show two 1969 and 1970 music films about Lviv digitized from the cinefilm from our collections. Read more
May 5, 2017 What Do Neighbors Remember About Each Other? On May 5, at 6.00 pm, Robert Traba delivers a lecture on the mechanism of shaping collective memory as illustrated by Germany and Poland, as well as analyze the position of Ukraine in collective remembering of their "own" past by Poles and Germans. Read more
May 13, 2017 Сity Walk: Literary Lviv in 1939-1941 On May, 13, at 12 pm, there will be a city walk on the basis of the materials developed within the Lviv Interactive project. The researchers Viktor Martyniuk and Danylo Ilnytskyi will guide a city walk along the literary life of Lviv in 1939-1941 on the basis of the reminiscences of Ukrainian and Polish writers. Read more
May 16, 2017 Book Smugglers of the Vilnius Ghetto On May 16, at 6.00 pm, prof. David FIshman will tell about how the residents of Vilnius ghetto were hiding thousands of rare books and manuscripts, and then smuggled them abroad to save from the Nazis and further from the Soviet authorities. Read more
May 18, 2017 Hippy Fever: Photo-Music in the Style of 1970s-1980s On May 18, at 9.00 pm, the courtyard of the Center will host a show of a collection of the photographs by Hrytsko Porytskyi telling about the life of Lviv underground at the turn of the 1970s-1980s, and a series of his art works created with the help of multi-exposition and slide overlay. The show will be accompanied by the music of Andriy Manilov. Read more
May 26, 2017 "Sow and Produce" Screening of a Music Film in the National Museum of Arts of Ukraine in Kyiv Read more
May 26, 2017 Urban Seminar: Heritage of the Donbass Mono Cities On May 24, at 4.00 pm, at the Urban Seminar Dr. Iryna Sklokina will be presenting her research on how the Donbass residents overcome negative stereotypes of mono cities and industrial regions articulating the past relevant to them into broader narratives of national, Soviet, and European history. Read more