Traditional Folk Costume of Ukraine
Traditional Folk Costume of Ukraine: Pokuttya, Carpathian Ukraine, and the Village of Serafyntsi. The ethnographic region of Pokuttya is relatively small, about the size of Manitoulin Island, and lies next to a number of other distinct Ukrainian ethnographic regions. To the north is Podillya, northwest is Opillia, west is the Boyko Area, southwest is the Hutsul Area, and southeast is Bukovyna. Most of the Ukrainian immigrants who settled in Espanola a century ago came from Pokuttya, from the village of Serafyntsi in Horodenka County, just a short walk away from both Bukovyna and Podillya. The people of Pokuttya were known for their lavish use of reds, interspersed by tiny bursts of jewel tones, and their festive outfits were particularly spectacular, vibrant, and joyous, worn on holidays, feast days, Sundays, and for weddings and other celebrations. Cherished over a lifetime, these garments were lovingly and painstakingly made by the very people who wore them.

Participants 12 & under accompanied by an adult please.

We are only accepting 20 registrations for this talk.

Location Espanola High School library

General Registration $5.00

Cancellation policy - we are unable to return your funds if you are not able to attend. Your registration is completely transferable. If for some reason you are unable to attend the workshop yourself, please provide your paid registration to a friend.

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David Melnychuk
a little about David
Dave is a visual artist and designer working in a variety of media, while also researching the
effects of art, craft, and design on human development. A graduate of the Ontario College of Art
(Communications & Graphic Design), the University of Toronto (Fine Art & Humanities), the
International Academy of Design & Technology (Interior Design), and Humber College (Ontario
Building Code Certification), he recently designed two coins – gold and silver – for the Royal
Canadian Mint, is a jury member for the first Toronto Pysanka Exhibition and Competition, is giving
workshops/lectures and the Keynote Address as featured artist at the Espanola Fibre Arts Festival
2019, and is working on several projects for his second solo exhibition at the Ukrainian Museum of
Canada in Toronto.
October 19th 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
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