etchingroom1: drink & print
Visitors will have the opportunity to print images on paper or fabric (bags, T-shirts, and sweaters which you should bring with you). Anna and Kristina have prepared the image for printing, but you will have the opportunity to do a linocut technique on your own!
“The Promise of Freedom” exhibition opening in Vilnius, Lithuania
Shcherbenko Art Centre presents the project “The Promise of Freedom” within the Vilnius Art Fair, in Vilnius, Lithuania, which will take place on October 7-9, 2022.
etchingroom1: PUP–UP AUTUMN SALE!
Shcherbenko Art Centre together with etchingroom1 graphics studio invite to the autumn POP–UP sale! On Saturday, September 24, from 16:00 to 20:00, st. Mykhailivska 22V.
etchingroom1: Temporary Studio
The Shcherbenko Art Centre provides space for the etchingroom1 temporary studio and invites visitors to discover the enigma of the “Artist's studio” and become a witness to the process of making art.
Solo show the “Merger” by Alexandra Tokareva
After a half-year break, Shcherbanko Art Centre opens its doors to visitors again. From Tuesday, August 30, you can visit Sasha Tokareva's solo show, which we opened in the middle of February.
“Give Me Tomorrow” exhibition and charity auction
This Wednesday, on August 24, will be the opening of the exhibition and the charity auction “Give Me Tomorrow”. We will donate all the proceeds of the auction to the Dobrodiy club.
Shcherbenko Art Centre presents the group exhibition Give Me Tomorrow in Lisbon, Portugal.
The Shcherbenko Art Centre presents the group exhibition Give Me Tomorrow in Lisbon, Portugal. The exhibition includes works by contemporary Ukrainian artists Tereza Barabash, Kinder Album, Artem Volokitin, Vasylyna Vrublevska, Oleg Dimov, Dmytro Yevseyev, Maria Kulikovska, Zoia Laktionova, Zhenya Laptiy, Tetyana Malinovska, Alyona Naumenko, Maria Proshkovska, Vlada Ralko, Volodymyr Say, Stanislav Turina, Maryna Talutto, Yarema Malashchuk and Roman Himey and others.
Opening the exhibition by Vlada Ralko Lviv Diary at the Window Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
Shcherbenko Art Centre, by invitation of the Czech Centre in Sofia, launches a new exhibition at Window Gallery. The second project presents works by artist Vlada Ralko from the new series “Lviv Diary”. Since the beginning of the full-scale war, the artist has started to work on a new series, which is a response to the daily horrors of warfare documented on paper.
The Window Gallery opening in Sofia, Bulgaria, with the exhibition by Zoia Laktionova ‘Where to go? Where to go?’
From the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Czech Centre Sofia has expressed support for the cultural community and all the people of Ukraine. On May 12, the banner with words of support for the Ukrainian people was ripped down by vandals from the Centre's window, which was the catalyst for the idea of opening a new 'Window Gallery'.