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US Ukraine Children's Art Show
This 4th annual cultural exchange of student artwork between Kharkiv, Ukraine, and Cincinnati, USA includes 120 works of student art, with 60 from each country, around year’s theme of “The Four Seasons”.
This September will bring the 4th annual cultural exchange of student artwork between Kharkiv, Ukraine, and Cincinnati, USA. The exhibit, which will feature artwork from Mariemont City School District students for the third consecutive year, will be held at The Barn, in partnership with the Cincinnati Kharkiv Sister City Partnership.
This year’s theme is “The Four Seasons” and includes 120 works of student art, with 60 from each country. Mariemont’s art teachers have been working with Sergei Grichanok and his colleagues from the Lyceum of Arts School #133 to collect the best student pieces for the show. Past themes include “Everyday Life and Culture” and “Transportation.” Despite a challenging last school year, the students have created colorful drawings, paintings, collages and photographs which present the beauty of each season in our countries. At the conclusion of the show, all artwork will travel to Kharkiv for the Ukrainian exhibition in February of 2022.
The Exhibition will be open in the Barn’s loft space from September 15 through the 29th, with viewing hours from 3-6pm on weekdays and from 1 – 4pm on weekends. Our Opening Reception will be held on Sunday, September 19th from 1-4pm. All are welcome to come and see Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall through the students’ imaginations, and the artwork which unites us.
Free, no admission required.
6980 Cambridge Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45227
Parking is available in the West gravel lot and in the courtyard at the front of the building. The facility can accommodate up to 40 cars on-site; parking on the street is also available.
First and second floors are both wheelchair accessible. Elevator to second floor. Accessible restrooms on first and second floor.
First and second floors are both wheelchair accessible. Elevator to second floor. Accessible restrooms on first and second floor.View less
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
All visitors should mask up for this chidren's exhibit.