We are delighted to invite you to this art exhibition in support of Ukraine
  • Date 17 September 2022 - 12.00 p.m. - 2 October 2022 - 8.00 p.m.
  • Location Kendrew Barn, St John's College

A promotional image for the 'Ukraine: Our Home' exhibition. The left hand has the title, the date (17.9 - 2.10), a quote, 'We came through difficult times but we bring the energy of hope', and the address (listed on the events page). The right hand side has a painting of a house against a blue sky with red poppies.

St John's is collaborating with a range of contemporary artists to bring you the exhibition OUR HOME, dedicated to Ukraine. We will be exhibiting work from Ukranian artists working across a variety of mediums and from different locations, but all in response to the idea of what it means to be Ukranian.

The exhibiting artists have created their work in bomb shelters and war zones, as well as from places of safety, worrying about family and friends. The work spans paintings, sculptures, installations and digital art to form an homage to modern day Ukraine, and a hopeful rallying cry for its future.

The exhibition has been curated by Anna Nesterenko and Alexandra Churakova. The exhibition will be open 3pm-8pm Monday-Friday, and 12pm-8pm Saturday and Sunday. Entrance is free and all are welcome.

On the 1st of October as the closing of the exhibition Ukraine: Our Home we will have a painting workshop led by one of the artists at 4 pm - any children must be accompanied by adults. At 6 pm we will have a curator's tour about the exhibition followed by the screenings of several short films by Ukrainian artists. The entrance is free and all are welcome.

Featured artists: Vitaly Khoma, ELIS luna, Natan Markman, Ona Telos Alina Kostrichenko, Olga Sherstyuk, Zlata Kontseva, Mariya Borisova, Natalia Yurchenko, KristiKrayst, Kseniia Sribna, Daria Lupan, Gayane Arushanian, Yulia Yurchenko, Irina Dobrovetska, Lena Avinova, Antonina Lata and Valentina Murenkova.