Exhibit of war posters by contemporary Ukrainian illustrators.
On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The war continues until this day, ruining the lives of millions of people and uprooting the principles of civilized life as we know it.
This exhibition commemorates one year since its outbreak to raise awareness among the Dartmouth community and beyond of the war raging in the heart of Europe. It showcases artworks of eight Ukrainian illustrators, most of them living and working in Ukraine—sometimes, with no power, water, cell signal, or Internet connection.
In the Baker-Berry Brickway from February 24-March 31, 2023. A digital companion exhibit provides more information about the illustrators and their artworks. Made possible through the generous support of the Leslie Center for the Humanities and the Dartmouth Library.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.