to Jul 10

Bervinchak Exhibit at the Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum

Mike Buryk will open a new exhibit with the art of the Ukrainian social realist artist Nicholas Bervinchak on Sunday, March 10th, at 1 PM at the Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum in Scranton, Pa. He will give a presentation about the artist at 2 PM. For directions, please go to: Admission is free on this exhibit opening day. The exhibit will continue through July 10th.

Exhibit video:

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to Oct 21

Bervinchak Exhibit at The Ukrainian Institute of America in NYC

A new Bervinchak art exhibit “Hard Coal, Hard Times: The Social Realist Art of Nicholas Bervinchak” opened at The Ukrainian Institute of America in New York City on Friday, September 28th. It will be available until Sunday, October 21st. View photos on Facebook of the opening reception. Download the list of art on display at the exhibit.

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to Nov 10

Bervinchak Fall Exhibit October 15, 2016

An exhibit of Bervinchak's etchings, photos of his church art along with actual murals from the recently closed St. George church in Minersville and memorabilia will take place in the library gallery of the Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center of NJ this Fall.  The exhibit will open on Saturday, October 15th, from 1-5 PM and include a talk by guest curator Mike Buryk at 3 PM.  It will continue until Thursday, November 10th.  Regular hours are:  Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 AM – 5 PM and Saturday from Noon – 5 PM.  

Additional information can be found here.



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Bervinchak Exhibit Opening Reception

Etchings, paintings and photos of Church art and memorabilia from the Ukrainian Lemko Coal Country Realist artist Nicholas Bervinchak on display at the Ukrainian Museum and Library in Stamford, Conn.  2 PM talk by guest curator Mike Buryk on the artist's life and work. Reception fee:  $15.00.  

The exhibit will continue at the museum until Friday, October 23rd.  For museum hours and travel directions, click here.  For the exhibit poster, click here.

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