One of the most interesting and well-known expressions of Ukrainian folk art is a pysanka or Easter egg.
Ever wonder how a pysanka is made?
Stop by the Albany Institute of History & Art to learn about the process and see a demonstration by our curator Diane Shewchuk. A skilled pysanka artist, Diane has been making pysanky for decades and enjoys sharing her Ukrainian heritage.
There are two dates for the live demonstration:
- Saturday, April 16 from 12-4pm (day before Easter)
- Saturday, April 23 from 12-4pm (day before Orthodox Easter)
This demonstration will take place in the museum's atrium and is free and open to the public.