On the Christmas Eve, the Ivan Honchar Museum opens a festive online project. Seven chapters on the main winter holiday cover different pages of history, revealing the well-known and somewhat unknown about the real Ukrainian Christmas.
Ukraine and Ukrainians
Exhibition of old photos of Ukrainians of the end of the 19-th — first half of the 20th centuries from the archive fund of the Ivan Honchar Museum. It's more than just a photo. This is evidence of the diversity and uniqueness of Ukrainian culture. This is exactly what the enemy wants to destroy. But Ukrainians are incredibly freedom-loving people, and we confirm this every day in our resistance.
Poster's symbols as a weapon
Mykola Honcharov's posters are a visualization of deep meanings and the artist's reflection on the surrounding world. His works are not burdened with unnecessary details, they are concise and refined. Mykola has been drawing posters every day for 15 years, of which the last 9 years is about russia-Ukraine war. These posters became the main content of this online exhibition.
We know for sure that Ukraine will triumph. Yet, each of us can bring this day closer by financially supporting the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
#ArmUkraineNow as even St. George the Serpent Fighter needed a spear to defeat the dragon.