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1. Pysanky for Peace

Ukrainian Easter pysanky are a colorful symbol of peace and prosperity. As the country resists Russian aggression, there are ways to support Ukrainian pysanka makers, learn to decorate your own Easter egg, or join a local event to learn about this unique tradition.

Tags: traditions, folk art, art, charity, easter, Ukraine
2. Battling Dementia, One Stitch at a Time

Embroidery brings 84-year-old Yulia Aleshicheva peace and focuses her mind ravaged by dementia. But thanks to an enterprising grandson, her colorful art has many fans around the world.

Tags: folk art, social media, art, elderly
3. Russia Tire-d of Folk Art

At the beginning of July, the Russian government re-tire-d a form of folk art  dear to many: the lawn tire.

Tags: tire art, folk art, artwork, art, swan, tire

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