The Art of Ukrainian Embroidery & Illustrative Lecture at the Barron Arts Center, Woodbride,NJ

An exhibit of traditional heirloom Ukrainian embroideries & illustrative lecture is presented at the Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ by the Ukrainian National Women's League of America, Branch 98.

The exhibit will include a display of beautiful traditional embroideries; women's & men's clothing; costumes; pillows; and other assorted embroidered articles. These embroideries represent the uniqueness of regional motifs, designs/stitches and colors.

An illustrative lecture will be available on July 22 via a link on the Barron Arts  Facebook page. The lecture presents examples of the varied stitches in beautiful Ukrainian embroideries; clothing; ceremonial and ornamental articles.

The exhibit will run from July 1 through August 27, 2021

Fri, July 02
12:00 pm — 2:00 am
Add to My Calendar 07/02/2021 12:00pm 09/01/2021 2:00am America/New_York The Art of Ukrainian Embroidery & Illustrative Lecture at the Barron Arts Center, Woodbride,NJ

An exhibit of traditional heirloom Ukrainian embroideries & illustrative lecture is presented at the Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ by the Ukrainian National Women's League of America, Branch 98.

The exhibit will include a display of beautiful traditional embroideries; women's & men's clothing; costumes; pillows; and other assorted embroidered articles. These ...

582 Rahway Avenue Woodbridge, NJ 07095

The Barron Arts Center

582 Rahway Avenue
Woodbridge, NJ 07095

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