Ukraine House in Denmark

See you after July 24th


The architecture exhibition “Spaces of Dignity” will be closed for summer vacation from July 10th till July 24th. However a team of 15 volunteers at Ukraine House in Denmark is continuing to work on future projects, so in August our guests can participate in even more panel discussions, exhibitions, concerts and more.

Our accomplishments since inception include: 

  • 2500+ visitors
  • 2 exhibitions 
  • 3 concerts
  • 1 cinematic evening
  • 2 book launches
  • 50+ speaker engagements 
  • 15+ talks, lectures and panel discussions, including:

1. What can history foretell us about the outcomes of Russia’s war against Ukraine?

2. What is the future of Ukraine’s parliamentary democracy?

3. What are the media lessons from the war?

4. Art Dialogues – Sister’s Hope and Odesa Museum of Modern Art

5. Reflections on Foreign policy, Culture and Security from Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2023

6. Easter Marathon – How we protected Cultural Heritage under Repressions in Soviet times

7. Discovering Shevchenko – the legend and the poet

8. Who was the inventor of the Black Square?

9. The role of Culture for the Ukrainian Societal Resilience 

10. Invasion – book presentation and discussion with the author – Luke Harding of the Guardian

11. Shaping a New Europe – moderating talk at Folkemodet

12. Culture as War Strategy – talk at Folkemodet

13. How can EU creative entrepreneurship support Ukraine?

14. Who are Ukrainians? Session with Information Bladet

15. Protect the Body, Nurture the Soul panel at CAF opening 

16. Rebuild Mykolaiv “City’s team introduces its vision of the future”

6 interventions with the Ukrainian content into major platforms:

  • Theory of Protection by Daria Koltsova and Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2022
  • Discover Ukraine: Bits Destroyed at Kulturnatten
  • Postcards from Ukraine and It’s Not Over projects at Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2023
  • Spaces of Dignity and Shelter the Body, Nurture the Soul series of discussions at Copenhagen Architecture Festival 2023
  • Collaboration with Tableau to introduce Gunia Ukrainian brand at 3DaysofDesign 2023
  • Ukraine House at Folkemodet 2023– moderating and speaking at the International Scene, the media

We are looking forward to seeing you in the center of Ukrainian culture after July 24th.

Ukraine House will be open 12:00 to 18:00 every day, except for Mondays.

Address: Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B, Copenhagen.

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Integrity in City Governance During Wartime: Insights from Ukrainian Mayors18.9.2023 13:40:43 CEST | Presseinvitation

September 21th, 16:00 Ukraine House in Denmark Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B, 1401 København Event Overview: The European Union Anti-Сorruption Initiative (EUACI) together with Ukraine House in Copenhagen is proud to host an enlightening discussion titled "Integrity in City Governance During Wartime: Insights from Ukrainian Mayors" with a special focus on anti-corruption issues. This event will bring together Danish journalists, civil society representatives, and Ukrainians living in Denmark to engage with mayors from the frontline Ukrainian cities, including Mykolaiv, Mariupol and Nikopol. The central focus of this discussion is to delve into the intricate challenges, strategies, and experiences related to city governance during the war, with a keen eye on addressing corruption and promoting integrity. At the event, speakers will elaborate on the tangible effects of the EUACI Integrity City Project, specifically addressing its contributions to transparency, accountability, inclusivity, a

Ukraine House in Denmark launched a new exhibition “Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries”26.8.2023 09:00:00 CEST | Pressemeddelelse

Ukraine House in Denmark launched a new multi-disciplinary project “Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries''. The exhibition showcasing visual diaries by prominent Ukrainian artists chronicling Russia’s on-going war against Ukraine was opened in honor of the Ukrainian Independence Day and gathered many friends of Ukraine House in Denmark including politicians, diplomats, journalists, artists. Our guests enjoyed the curator tour around the exhibition by Kateryna Stukalova and Olga Zhuk. Also we were honored to host a prominent Ukrainian pianist Antonii Baryshevskyi, whose visit was organized by our partner Nielsen Saloner.

Ukraine House i Danmark præsenterer udstillingen "Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries"16.8.2023 14:02:00 CEST | Pressemeddelelse

I anledning af den ukrainske uafhængighedsdag den 24. august lancerer Ukraine House i Danmark et nyt tværfagligt projekt "Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries" med det formål at fremvise visuelle, poetiske og musikalske krigstidsdagbøger forfattet af fremtrædende ukrainske kunstnere, digtere og musikere. Den officielle åbning for offentligheden finder sted den 24. august 2023 kl. 18.00 med første kurators rundvisning kl. 18:30. Adresse: Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B, København.

Ukraine House in Denmark presents “Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries” exhibition10.8.2023 15:08:59 CEST | Pressemeddelelse

In honor of the Ukrainian Independence Day on Aug. 24, Ukraine House in Denmark is launching a new multi-disciplinary project “Brave to Witness: Ukrainian War Diaries” with the aim of showcasing visual, poetic and musical wartime diaries authored by prominent Ukrainian artists, poets and musicians. The official opening for the public will take place on Aug. 24, 2023, at 18:00 with the first curator's guided tour taking place at 18:30. Address: Gammel Dok, Strandgade 27B, Copenhagen.

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