On Saturday, April 2, SOPAC hosted Ukrainian quartet DakhaBrakha. With one foot in the urban avant-garde theater scene and one foot in the village life that nurtured and protected Ukraine’s cultural wealth, the award-winning group shows the full fury and sensuality of some of Eastern Europe’s most breathtaking folklore.
Following the performance, SOPAC held a post-show collection for Ukraine. Donations totaled $1,865. All proceeds will benefit Razom, a Guidestar gold medal winning organization that was born out of the Revolution of Dignity in 2014. Razom means “together” in Ukrainian.
Thank you to everyone who donated!
SOPAC has another opportunity for you to support Ukraine relief. On Sunday, May 1 from 1-4PM in the SOPAC lobby, The Herb + Milly Iris Gallery at SOPAC joins together with Good Crowd Events and Fire in the Belly Art Making to host Art for Ukraine, a pop up art sale. Proceeds from this event will also be donated to Razom.