Ulyana Gumeniuk, 2009-2011 Fellow in Creative Arts at Trinity College
On Thursday 24 November 2022 at 7:00pm (Tokyo time), 10:00am (London/Cambridge time) Ulyana Gumeniuk has very kindly agreed to join us for a zoom event.
Ulyana Gumeniuk was Fellow in Creative Arts at Trinity College 2009-2011, and among many other works has created portraits of John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh (2014), Katherine Parr (2013), Martin Rees, Lord of Ludlow, Master of Trinity (2010), and several other Fellows of Trinity. Among many other important works, 2008 Ulyana was Artist in Residence at the Zaporizhia Steel Factory, Zaporizhia, Ukraine.
- 7pm (7pm Tokyo time, 10am UK time)- starts
- 7:15pm -8:15pm Ulyana Tumeniuk
- 8:15pm – discussions
Prior registration required until Wednesday 23 November 2022. Anonymous registrations are not accepted, please introduce yourself briefly when you register.
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Ulyana Gumeniuk was Fellow in Creative Arts at Trinity 2009-2011.
Ulyana Gumeniuk is a British-Ukrainian visual artist working primarily in oil. Born and raised in a family of a dissident artist in USSR, Ulyana pursues interest in social structures, their entropy and impact on individuals. She draws on science and old master paintings for a unique blend of techniques and compositions. Ulyana is a winner of a number of awards and exhibits internationally.
Amongst her awards are, post of Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College Cambridge 2009-2011, Zaporizhstall Steel Mill resident artist, Ukraine, BP Travel award at The National Portrait Gallery, London, winner of Welsh Portrait Award. She presented talks on painting techniques of old masters at The National Gallery, London 2008-2020 and at The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
She is a member of the Artist Union of Ukraine and an Advisory Member of Cavendish Arts Science Programme in Cambridge since 2016.
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Photograph: copyright 2009-2010 Iain Parker
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