Cultural Workers And Folk Artists Day
Observed on the third Sunday in May in the Ukraine, Cultural Workers and Folk Artists Day is a day that observed the contribution that’s made by artists and cultural workers in the country. Folk art and the emphasis on Ukrainian culture are important to the cultural revival that’s currently happening and they not only form an important part of the country’s history but are also a source of national pride.
Although it’s not a public holiday in the Ukraine but is more like an observance, it’s still an extremely popular holiday as it’s a day when Ukrainian art and culture can be embraced by the masses.
The History Of Cultural Workers and Folk Artists Day In The Ukraine
Although we’re unsure when this holiday was created, we do know why this holiday was created. The Ukraine is in a geographic location that allows it to be influenced by not only western Europe but also Russia. As a result, there’s a serious danger of traditional Ukrainian culture being watered down by these influences.
And that’s why Cultural Workers and Folk Artists Day was invented in the Ukraine and continues to be observed to this day. It’s a day in which Ukrainian culture can not only be celebrated but promoted.
Observing Cultural Workers and Folk Artists Day In The Ukraine
If there’s one thing that’s for certain, the Ukraine has a rich cultural heritage. All across the country are monuments, beautiful architecture, and museums. There are also local Ukrainian artists producing beautiful works of art. Visual art and crafts aren’t the only things that the Ukraine has going for it.
There is also folk music that uses tsymbaly, trembita, and bandura instruments. There are also traditional Ukrainian dances that have been practiced for centuries. And of course, there’s food, literature, and other art forms that can be found all across the country. It’s all of these arts that people enjoy on this national holiday.