Workshop Schedule

​The UFest Workshops and Demonstrations tent will feature a variety of hands-on activities, for all ages to participate in!

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Use colourful paints on glass to create a traditional Ukrainian “Rozpys” – a unique style of drawing flowers.

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With a nod to UFest 2022’s guest culture, this traditional Indigenous craft will help to deliver good dreams and thoughts while you sleep.

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Vinoks are traditional Ukrainian flower crowns, which you will make in headband form that can be worn as you walk around the UFest festival grounds.

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Transform a sheet of copper into a beautiful work of art with a Ukrainian motif.

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Learn 10 different ways to tie tradition Ukrainian scarves (Khustky), with the added bonus of getting to take the scarf home with you!

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Watch Season 3 Champion of the Great Canadian Baking Show demonstrate her incredible cake decorating artistry. This Ukrainian-born Edmontonian will wow you with her next-level decorating skills!

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Transform a sheet of copper into a beautiful work of art with a Ukrainian motif.

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Information about 2022's workshops and demonstrations are here!

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Come see Edmonton-based pysanka artist Paul Gagne demonstrate how to create these world-renowned Ukrainian Easter eggs.

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Vinoks are traditional Ukrainian flower crowns, which you will make in headband form that can be worn as you walk around the UFest festival grounds.

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Create a Motanka doll, an ancient Ukrainian family talisman that serves as a symbol of prosperity, goodness and hope.

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Let Great Canadian Baking Show champion Nataliia Shevchenko guide you in decorating a cookie with a Ukrainian design.