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  1. 125th Anniversary of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada Exhibit

    September 23 2016

    A thirty foot exhibit entitled “Making a New Home” has been produced in partnership with the Ukrainian Pioneers Association of Alberta. The exhibit highlights these Ukrainian pioneers’ challenges as they staked out and cleared their land, established farms and built strong communities - honoring their traditions and culture.

  2. Bohdan Medwidsky

    80th Birthday Celebrations for Dr. Bohdan Medwidsky, Leading Philanthropist

    September 14 2016

    The staff and members of the Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore (KuFC), Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives (BMUFA), and Friends of the Ukrainian Folklore Centre extend congratulations to Dr. Bohdan Medwidsky on the celebration of his 80th birthday.

  3. Dr. Jelena Pogosjan

    Dr. Jelena Pogosjan is the New Director of the Kule Folklore Centre

    September 01 2016

    The staff of the Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore and the Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives at the University of Alberta are pleased to welcome Dr. Jelena Pogosjan as our new Director.

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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