A curated tour of the “INTENT” exhibition

8 May 2024

On May 18, International Museum Day, the Holodomor Museum will host a curated tour of the “INTENT” exhibition.

International Museum Day is one of the two days a year when admission to our museum is free. And the guided tour on this day will also be free!

Yana Hrynko, head of the exposition and exhibition department, will conduct it.

You will see exhibits that we collected all over Ukraine. They are evidence of the Holodomor of 1932-1933 and a large-scale war. You will learn the reason they are presented in the same hall during the tour, and you will see that there is a lot in common between the events of the past and the present.

“The Holodomor caused great trauma to the Ukrainian people. Which to some extent influenced our perception of the anti-Ukrainian rhetoric that Russia has been conducting for decades. At the beginning of the journey of restoring the historical truth about the Holodomor, we were careful to call a spade a spade, looking back at Moscow’s reaction. But things changed over the past ten years, especially after the large-scale invasion started. What will we see if we look at the actions of the Russian Federation against Ukraine through the prism of the history of the Holodomor? I suggest talking about it during the curated tour of the “INTENT” exhibition,” says Yana Hrynko.

We are waiting fro you!

When: May 18, Saturday, at 3:00 p.m.
Where: Hall of Memory of the Holodomor Museum (3 Lavrska Street, Arsenalna metro station).

Please register in order to visit it: http://surl.li/tjxvu

The exhibition was prepared in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Military History of the Armed Forces of Ukraine  with the support of the Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation “Open Ukraine”