Thu, Jul 06|
Ukrainian Pysanky Egg Decorating
In this class we will be learning the Ukrainian folk art of Pysanky. Pysanky will be made by traditional method using beeswax and dyes. You can decorate your pysanka with traditional Ukrainian symbols of your choice. This will be a very calming and therapeutic experience!
Time & Location
Jul 06, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Plymouth, 15725 37th Ave N #7, Plymouth, MN 55446, USA
About the event
Overview of the Ukrainian Egg history:
This is the miniature form of the Ukrainian folk art that is gaining its popularity more and more with each year. It is mostly used as a decorative piece of art nowadays. Traditionally, the Easter Egg is considered a prayer in a way and was always gifted out as a blessing or wishes for a big happy family, sound health, long life and protection from evil.
About The Teacher Teacher: Olga is from Kyiv region, central part of Ukraine. She graduated in the fine art degree from Kyiv. Olga moved to America in 2004 and have been active in Ukrainian community in MN since then.
To write Easter eggs for Easter and other life events in Ukrainian culture is an antique tradition that was almost vanished during the Soviet Union times. Before independence in 1991, the culture of Ukrainian nation has been mainly preserved with the help of Ukrainian diaspora in Canada & USA. Olga has been making these Ukrainian eggs for 15 years and
Ukrainian Egg Class