Learning at the Museum
Lectures and Workshops
Throughout the run of each exhibition, the Museum presents an ancillary program of lectures and workshops on related topics to enhance the exhibition experience. The Museum also collaborates with St. Vladimir Institute and diverse community organizations to present learning opportunities for the public.
For information on lectures and workshops related to our current exhibition.
The Museum is a popular destination for youth and adult groups from near and far. When groups book their visit in advance, our tour leaders gear their comments to the interests of the visiting groups. For information on group tours, please call the Museum at 416-923-9861.
Throughout the run of each exhibition, the Museum presents educational programs related to each exhibition. Popular and engaging, these programs are curriculum-related and developed and presented by an experienced educator. All grade levels can be accommodated. Hands-on activities are part of the learning experience. For information on school programs, please call the Museum at 416-923-9861.
The Museum serves as an information resource for the community. Its library, archives and collections are accessible to students and educators, artists and artisans, authors, the media, cultural organizations and institutions, and individuals interested in Ukrainian or Canadian cultural themes. For information on accessing our resources, please call the Museum at 416-923-9861.