Current and Upcoming Events
Our 2022 Diaspora and Art Film festivals now in their tenth edition are presented in a variety of formats. We provide links to films available to watch any time April 9 to April 24.
A feature length documentary by Ukrainian-American journalist Katya Soldak, now living in New York City, tells the story of her home country as it exits the USSR, works through two revolutions, and endures a war with Russia - all through the eyes of her family and friends in Kharkiv.
An illustrated slide lecture by artist Yevgeniy Fiks, presented via Zoom on March 17
Mikhail Magaril, who specializes in the artist’s handmade book, firmly believes that every person, especially an artist, is a living capsule of time, preserving unique experience and viewpoint. Closing reception on April 27
Book of Reflections. Thirteen Postcards and a Letter (in Russian)
Ирина Машинская. Книга отражений. Тринадцать открыток и одно письмо (онлайн презентация)
and launch of The Cardinal Points Journal Vol.11 on Dec 15
Наталия Эфроимсон - Читает главы из своего романа "В той стране" и новой ненапечатанной книги - Dec 12
Presenting gripping stories of art research in a historical context, allowing us to redefine and reevaluate historical and artistic events that link films to the educational goals of the festival.