The Kule Folklore Centre has developed a nation-wide reputation and a special niche as one of the most capable groups developing public-oriented exhibits on Ukrainian themes, producing interesting content, efficient formats, and beautiful design. 

The KuFC has had excellent success in promoting the centre and the University of Alberta through nine exhibits to date. These exhibits have been displayed in cities across Canada including Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Montreal, Jasper, Surrey, Mission, Dauphin, Winnipeg, Sydney, Moncton, Saskatoon, Vegreville and Edmonton to list some of the locations. Over the years, KuFC exhibits have been seen by hundreds of thousands of festival and museum attendees.

Journey to Canada exhibit at the Toronto Ukrainian Festival, 2011

  • Ukrainian Weddings
  • From Our Past to our Present: Ukrainian Collections from Edmonton Museums
  • Ukrainian Dance: From Village to Stage
  • Oi! Ukrainians in Brazil: In Farms and Cities
  • Journey to Canada
  • #Maidan
  • Maidan: Through Patience to Hope (Design Oleksiy Chekal)
  • Making a New Home: The Ukrainian Canadian Pioneer Experience in Canada
  • Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives

Images of Faith, Hope & Beauty exhibit

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