News Releases
Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn exhibition on Decemebr 8 is a fundraiser for UCAMA - Monday, November 26, 2012

We are happy to announce that Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn is dedicating her next exhibition as a fundraiser for UCAMA.
“A Little Illumination”, a new collection of watercolour paintings by Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn will be held December 8 – 15.
The exhibition will be held at the Ukrainian Bookstore, 10215 97 Street , Edmonton AB
Opening Reception on Saturday December 8, 2012
4:00 - 6:00pm        Preview
7:30 pm                Short Program
8:00 pm                Sales Begin
Remaining paintings will also be available for sale at ww.artbylarisa.com as of Sunday, December 9.
You are cordially invited to attend!
Cheque Presentation from Servus Credit Union to UCAMA - Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta is pleased to announce a $100,000 donation from Servus Credit Union. These funds will be directed towards Phase 1 renovation and rehabilitation of the historic Lodge Hotel, future home of UCAMA. Phase 1 construction will include enveloping the building and the fit up of the basement and main floor, allowing UCAMA to transfer and store their collection and archival material in the new facility. Phase 1 construction will be complete by the Spring of 2013. Phase 2 construction will include the gallery and exhibition space on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the facility, with completion targeted for the Spring of 2014.

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Sod Turning ceremony for the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta - Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta (UCAMA) is one step closer to realizing their goal of a new facility with a groundbreaking ceremony at 9660 Jasper Avenue held June 26, 2012 14:00 MST.

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Governments Celebrate Groundbreaking of the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta - Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Representatives gathered today to break ground at the new site of the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta (UCAMA), a facility dedicated to the preservation of the rich history and culture of Ukrainian-Canadians.

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City of Edmonton Executive Council reaffirms $3 million for UCAMA museum - Thursday, November 17, 2011

On 16 November 2011 Edmonton’s Executive Council unanimously voted to reaffirm the City’s $3 million commitment to UCAMA’s new museum project. This decision paves the way for construction to commence as early as December 2011.

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Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum awaits council OK - Sunday, November 13, 2011

 A City of Edmonton administration report recommending the city renew its funding commitment for UCAMA’s new museum project will be discussed November 16 by council’s executive committee.

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UCAMA receives Recognition Award from Edmonton Historical Board - Thursday, November 03, 2011

UCAMA was honoured with a Recognition Award at the 37th annual Edmonton Historical Board Recognition Awards and Plaques Presentation held November 3, 2011 at the Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre.
The Edmonton Historical Board is an appointed advisory board to Edmonton city council. The Recognition Awards honour individuals and groups who have contributed to Edmonton’s history or its preservation.

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Museum project receives federal funding - Wednesday, December 01, 2010

On November 6 the Honourable Rob Merrifield, Minister of State (Transport), along with Paul Teterenko, President, UCAMA made the announcement of joint federal-provincial funding of $6.25 million toward the relocation of UCAMA in Edmonton at the Triennial Congress of Ukrainian Canadians held in Edmonton.
 “I am proud to be here today to announce our government’s support for the new Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum,” said Minister Merrifield. “This is an important cultural infrastructure initiative that will showcase and celebrate Ukrainian culture, such an important facet of western Canadian history.”

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UCAMA partners with St. Martin School - Wednesday, November 17, 2010

The Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta (UCAMA) have recently entered into an informal partnership with St. Martin School (Edmonton). Museum artifacts are now on display in the school’s main showcase. The display of Ukrainian artifacts brings to life the early experiences of Ukrainians in Alberta and dovetails well with the Grade three Social Studies curriculum.

It is the hope of the school and UCAMA that the display will be updated every three or four months.

The current display has received positive comments from the grade three class, the parents of St. Martin School and the school staff. According to St. Martin School principal Simon Pryma “…to see artifacts from the early period of Ukrainian Canadian history has a real positive learning benefit. It brings learning to life.”

Outreach projects like this are a part of UCAMA’s mandate. It keeps Ukrainian history alive and relevant for a new generation of Ukrainian Albertans and illustrates that Ukrainians played an important role in Alberta’s development. Future projects between UCAMA and the Edmonton Catholic School District may include the expansion of the showcase project (to include other Ukrainian Bilingual Schools) and the establishment of a loaning library that can be made available to all of Alberta’s grade three classes.

Potters’ evocative designs inspired by Ancient civilizationsPotters’ evocative designs inspired by Ancient civilizations - Wednesday, December 09, 2009

A fascination for ancient European civilizations and a love of diversity motivate visiting Ukrainian artists Mykhailo Horlovy and his daughter Lesia Horlovy.

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Congratulations from the Alberta Museums Association - Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Congratulations from the Alberta Museums Association for the 2009 Edmonton Urban Design Awards for excellent architectural design.

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UCAMA wins second design award - Thursday, November 19, 2009

UCAMA’s new museum project received an Award of Merit at the Edmonton Urban Design Awards held on November 18, 2009, at Edmonton’s City Hall. The awards recognize those individuals, organizations, firms and projects that have set a high standard for urban, architectural and landscape design.

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e-Poshta - Keeping you informed and proactive - Saturday, December 20, 2008

UCAMA, the Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta held its third folk arts and crafts workshop.

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UCAMA Receives Award of Merit from Canadian Architect Magazine - Thursday, March 01, 2007

UCAMA’s new museum design received a national architectural award. Among the recipients of the 2006 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence for architectural design is Edmonton’s own HIP Architects and David Murray Architect for their submission of the renovation of the Lodge Hotel for the new Ukrainian Canadian Archives and Museum of Alberta facility in Edmonton.

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