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Girl in red dress tango

Gordon Gordey documents his dance concepts and libretto, including performance photographs, for the creation of the original dance theatre work Girl in the Red Dress TANGO. Created for the Ukrainian Shumka Dancers of Canada.

First Draft Concept/Libretto was created in 2006.
Premiere Performance, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton: November 10, 2007.

University teaching

The series consists of records related to teaching Ukrainian language, culture and folklore, and includes course outlines, assignment and test designs, reading lists, correspondence with students, fieldwork projects, and other records starting from early course offerings in the end of 1970s, and until early 2000s. The courses covered are: Ukrainian Folk Song, Ukrainian Folk Prose, Ukrainian Calendar Customs, Rites of Passage, Folk Bilief, Material Culture, and Early Ukrainian Canadian Culture. There are also materials related to graduate students, master and PhD, whom Dr. Medwidsky supervised, and to their theses and dissertations.


This series includes materials collected during an interview with a healer living in Saskatoon. It includes one transcript and one audio file.

Community engagement

This series includes receipts from Tovarystvo Narodnoho Domu v Edmontoni and Novyny from 1918-1928; a postcard from the Canadian Ukrainian Publishing company to Alex Zarsky (1924); membership cards with the Ukrains'kyi Narodn'ii Dim, Edmonton for Oleksa and Kateryna Zarsky; correspondence from the Ukrains'kyi Narodn'ii Dim; a commemorative ribbon; "Adresnyi lyst" to Orest and Emelia Zarsky from the Ukrainian Sporting Sitch Association of Canada (Edmonton, Alberta), October 14th, 1939; Certificate to honoured member Mrs. Emilia Zarsky from the Ukrainian Catholic Women's League. This series also contains records from the Ukrainian Catholic Women's League (Edmonton)

Bezmutko family

Mike Bezmutko was born September 15, 1866 in Poland. His wife Mary Zuhajewych was born April 16, 1868 in Poland. They had seven children. According to Homestead Patent dated 1907, they obtained entry for their homestead in 1904, built their house and started their residence in 1903, their address at that time was New Ottawa, Saskatchewan. They got their naturalization in 1906 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Project documentation

The file consists of the project proposal, Andriy Nahachewsky's request for assistant (J. Golinowski), Programming Arts Grants Programs list, short biographical note on Serhij Makarov, a copy of an article from "Two Hills: Country Cronicle" from July 9, 2002 entitled "New instructor for Myrnam & District Ukrainian Dance Club", and miscellaneous notes related to the project.

Pathways to hopak

Gordon Gordey documents his dance concept and director’s vision, including performance photographs, for the creation of the contemporary original dance theatre work Pathways to Hopak. Libretto and choreography were undertaken by Viktor Lytvynov. Set and costume design by Maria Levytski. The dancework was created for The Ukrainian Shumka Dancers of Canada.

First Draft Concept/Libretto was created in 2002.
Premiere Performance, Canada Dance Festival at National Arts Centre, Ottawa: June 12, 2004.

Chapters & Verses

The series consists of the documentary film about Wasyl directed by his daughter Oksana Kuryliw, a video of the introduction to the first screening, and a poster of the screening event in Edmonton.


The series consists of three photographs of Anna and Wasyl Kuryliw including their wedding picture, and a picture of the sewing circle in Potochyshche which Anna was a part of.

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