Starting from 2017, Ukrainian cultural presence in Luxembourg has been significantly growing.
In 2017 and 2018 personal art exhibitions of famous Ukrainian painter Ivan Marchuk were held in prestigious Luxembourg art galleries.
In April, 2019 Ukrainian artist Viktor Orli participated in International Salon of modern art LUXEXPO.
Every year Ukrainian films take part in International movie festival CinEast. In 2018, in the frames of CinEast festival next movies were screened: “Donbas” by Serhii Loznytsia, “Volcano” by Roman Bondarchuk, “When the Trees Fall” by Marysia Nikitiuk.
During XII Festival CinEast, held on October 3-18, 2019, were screened Ukrainian movies “My Thoughts are Silents” (in the presence of director Antonio Lukich and producer Dmytro Sukhanov), “Homeward” (director Nariman Aliev), “Wild Fields” in the presence of director Yaroslav Lodyhin. On October 18, “Ukraine’s Day” was held during the festival program. In the 2020 edition of the festival a documentary “Opera Glasses” by Mila Zhluktenko was screened.
With the assistance of the organization of the Ukrainian NGO “LUkraine” on December 15, 2019 a screening of the animated movie “Foxter and Max” (directed by O. Mateshko) took place.
The Luxembourg audience was acquainted with films about Russian aggression in Ukraine: A.Seitablaev’s film “Cyborgs: Heroes Never Die” - on April 19, 2018, “Crimea: As it Was” by K.Kliatskin - on March 19, 2019 with the help of NGO “LUkraine” and with the participation of Luxembourg’s officials, public and foreign diplomats, “Lethal Kittens” by V.Tyhyi - on January 31, 2020. On February 26, 2020, a public event was held with former Kremlin prisoner V.Balukh.
On September 23, 2020, the famous Ukrainian conductor O.Lyniv made her debut on the stage of the Luxembourg Philharmonic.
Thanks to the efforts of the NGO “LUkraine”, during the annual International fair of nations in Luxembourg, a Ukrainian stand is presented.
Every year Woman Association “Ukraїnka” holds events to honor the memory of military and political personalities who were fighting for the Independence of our country and were buried on the territory of Luxembourg, such as Osyp Tverdovskyi (participated in the battle of Kruty, head of the OUN in Luxembourg) and Andrii Melnyk (colonel of the UNR army, political activist).