The Kule Folklore Centre aspires to become the most important centre for the study of Ukrainian culture outside of Ukraine. More


  1. Joyce Howell and Bohdan Medwidsky

    Friends of the Ukrainian Folklore Centre host “An Evening with Bohdan Medwidsky”

    June 11 2014

    For over 40 years, Dr. Bohdan Medwidsky has remained a leader, mentor, educator, community activist, fundraiser, philanthropist and champion of Ukrainian Folklore studies at the University of Alberta. To celebrate his achievements and the legacy of his work, the Friends of the Ukrainian Folklore centre honoured him at a celebration aptly named “An Evening with Bohdan Medwidsky” on June 7.

  2. Nataliya Bezborodova and Kateryna Kod

    Maidan Photo Exhibit

    March 30 2014

    A Maidan Photo Exhibit by the Kule Folklore Centre generated strong feedback at the University of Alberta. Viewer comments filled several poster boards, and questions were fielded for hours on end when the photos were displayed at the Central Academic Building in March.

  3. Maidan


    March 19 2014

    How did EuroMaidan become Maidan and turn into a Revolution for Dignity? How does it relate to Crimea? What’s going on now? Where can I learn more? A photo-exhibit dedicated to unfolding situation in Ukraine opened today in the Galleria between Rutherford North and Rutherford South Libraries. It will be on display March 19-20 and March 22-26 in the Rutherford Library, and March 21, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the North-East foyer of CAB.

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Kule Folklore Centre in the News

Toroshenko helps monitor Ukraine's presidential elections (Edmonton Journal)

Natalia Toroshenko, the President of the Friends of the Ukrainian Folklore Centre, was dispatched as an election observer for the sixth time earlier this month.


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