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  1. Kule Folklore Centre celebrates 15th anniversary

    March 24 2016

    The Kule Folklore Centre in the Faculty of Arts is celebrating its 15th Anniversary and our many achievements.

  2. The Forest Song

    The Forest Song

    February 16 2016

    On Friday, February 26, a Ukrainian Folklore program alumna Victoria Lohvin and members of the Seattle based Colabee Studio's award winning video game developers will talk about about the new video game they are creating - the Forest Song - that promotes Ukrainian culture and folklore.

  3. Making A New Home: 125th Anniversary of Ukrainians in Canada Exhibit

    January 28 2016

    A new exhibit "Making A New Home: Ukrainian Canadian Pioneer Experiences" created by the Kule Folklore Centre in partnership with the Ukrainian Pioneers' Association of Alberta tells stories of prairie settlers choosing their homesteads, building homes, and establishing communities through archival photos and text.

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New Video about the Ukrainian Dance Course

Check out the new video about the Ukrainian Dance course at the University of Alberta.

Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives News

More than 400 hours of field video from the collections of the Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives have been digitized to date. Records cover topics such as festivals, concerts, weddings, Christmas traditions and more.

Read more about the Archives