Upcoming Lviv

Creative Evening with Lesya Nikityuk

Issue 110, March 2018.
Lesya Nikityuk – one of Ukraine’s most popular TV presenters – is set to entertain Leopolitans and guests of the city with a creative evening at Lviv’s Palace of Culture for Railway Workers on 18 March.

Artistic Glassware on Display

Issue 110, March 2018.
It is impossible to imagine our way of life, housing interior, or public spaces without the beauty of artistically processed glass. Invented long ago, glass has for centuries improved manufacturing technology, artistically enriched its forms, and expanded the process line. In some countries, such as Italy, Sweden, and the Czech Republic, glass manufacturing has become part of the national identity. In fact, one might consider glass art as a ‘window on the world’.

ELSA 73 Council Meeting

Issue 110, March 2018.
The International Council Meeting of Law Students will be held in Lviv from 15-22 April. Organised by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA), an independent, non-political, non-profit organisation, the event is expected to draw more than 400 participants.

Agroport West

Issue 110, March 2018.
Held in three cities, Agroport is one of the biggest agrarian events in Eastern Europe. This international farming development forum focuses on the individual interests of local agricultural producers.

Dream Handmade Fest

Issue 110, March 2018.
The Dream Handmade Festival is a holiday market featuring contemporary artisans, designers, farmers, and food producers. Held over the last weekend in March, the sale is your one-stop holiday shop in Lviv.

The Extravagant Dakh Daughters

Issue 110, March 2018.
Ukraine’s always intriguing Dakh Daughters are bringing their new show to Lviv’s M. Zankovetska Drama Theatre on 16 April. Named after the theatre from which it evolved, the Dakh Daughters is a music and theatre ensemble founded in Kyiv in 2012.

Spring Business Forum

Issue 110, March 2018.
Lviv’s Spring Business Forum will take place at Arena Lviv on 19-20 April beginning from 9:00. Event participants include representatives of local authorities, leading banks, successful entrepreneurs interested in Ukraine’s economic development, and foreign financial and investment firms interested in implementing business projects in Ukraine.

Housing Development and Investment Forum

Issue 110, March 2018.
From 13-15 April, Arena Lviv will play host to the Housing Development and Investment Forum (Forum Novobudov). The event will feature a seminar on key issues of purchasing real estate, an exhibition of new housing projects, and even a lottery where visitors to the forum can win a grand prize of 100,000 UAH! Considered Western Ukraine’s leading consumer event, the forum provides a perfect platform for both national and local markets to showcase their residential, commercial, and mixed-use units, as well as sustainable real estate projects, architecture, facilities management, financial and mortgage services, smart homes, and building fit-outs.

Lviv Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2018

Issue 110, March 2018.
Lviv will play host to the glamorous Lviv Fashion Week at the D. Halytskyi International Airport and locations throughout the city from 22-25 March. The event will feature some of Ukraine’s most renowned designers, including: Vozianov, Kateryna Karol, Couture de Fleur, Ivanna Yukhymchuk, and J. Perekriostova. LFW will kick-off at the Lvivarnya Cultural Complex on 22 March with the Art Space creative project and presentations by young designers. Other events will see presentations of collections by DIYA, Zahara, Blunt, and Polish brands Eklectic and K&M. New collections will also feature the best of Kristina Prokopiv, Olena Levynska, and Muzyka&Sas.

Amazing Virsky in Concert

Issue 110, March 2018.
Ukraine’s preeminent P. Virsky National Folk Dance Ensemble is bringing their spectacular show to Lviv’s beautiful Opera & Ballet Theatre on 16 April. Virsky’s repertoire includes old and modern dances from different Ukrainian regions, as well as dances from other cultures. They present a choreographic picture of modern life, including the Hopak, the Zaporizhian Cossacks, the Povzunets (Crawler), and Chumak’s Joy.