Archive for 2011

Lithographic Print Debuts in Toronto

An Ensemble of Colour by Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn made it’s debut in Ontario at the Toronto Ukrainian Festival on Bloor Street, September 16-18, 2011.
The original watercolor painting, featuring 40 years of Cheremosh dance costuming, was on display at the KUMF art gallery. Large, limited edition prints were on display and sale in the “Art by Larisa” tent. Read more…

Jason Golinowski named Avenue magazine’s Top 40 under 40

WHY HE’S TOP 40: After putting Alberta’s Ukrainian dancers on world stages, he’s now shining the media spotlight on important research by Alberta scientists.
KEY TO SUCCESS: “My twist on the unofficial Marine Corps slogan: Anticipate. Adapt. Get it done!”

The toned dancer’s body is gone, replaced by a physique that betrays Jason Golinowski’s weakness for good home cooking. Read more… Cheremosh WINS Golden Orpheus

Felicity Bergman
Staff Reporter –
Edmonton’s internationally acclaimed Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company participated in the European Championship of Folklore July 8-18, 2011 in Nessebar, Bulgaria.
Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company was the only representative from North America, and they took home the Grand Prix “Golden Orpheus” plaque and title Absolute European Champion of Folklore for 2011. Company Artistic Director Mykola Kanevets also got an award; a diploma for Maestro Academic. Read more…

Making Connections

The most important thing you will accomplish while traveling is making connections. In my travels to Europe this summer, I built upon long-time friendships. I connected with people that I never thought I would. I also made new friends from across the world.
I got to travel with my best friend to Europe, which is a whole other story in it’s own. We were the perfect team: she hates olives and I love them. Read more…