“Ukrainian Icons” : A Benefit for Victims of the Russo-Ukrainian War

Prof. Kateryna Dovgan of McDaniel College will offer a lecture, “Ukrainian Icons,” as a benefit for victims of the Russo-Ukrainian War, on Sun., Nov. 13, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., at Mount St. Mary’s University’s Knott Auditorium, in Emmitsburg. Prof. Dovgan, an art conservator, teaches art and art history at McDaniel and hails from Kyiv, Ukraine, where she took an MFA at the nation’s Academy of Art and Architecture before working in art conservation both in Ukraine and in Germany before moving to the U.S. in 1998. The lecture is free but asks a goodwill contribution from audience members; donations are sent to “United Help Ukraine” (donate@unitedhelpukraine.org). Mount St. Mary’s University, its Center for Service, and the Town of Emmitsburg are pleased to offer this fundraiser in honor of the Town’s Sister City of Lutsk, Ukraine.

Kateryna Dovgan at work Lifetime Arts
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