War in Ukraine
Dear friends! We are grateful to you for the support you have already given to our country. Our people and our museum survived the years of the Revolution and Сivil War, survived the Soviet regime and the Second World War. We are surviving today. We are fighting every day, every hour of this terrible war in Ukraine. We have a strong and professional team. All of us are focusing all our knowledge and skills on combating the enemy.read more..
Museums have always focused on the value of human lives. That is why today we are fighting to end the war in oder to avoid an even more terrible catastrophe and stop the crimes against humanity. We believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine and world diplomacy, we share European values, we guard these borders! We ask you to spread information about the Russian war crimes. We appeal to everyone, especially the museum professionals' community, to use all levers possib;e to stop the aggressor in order to save lives and preserve our common heritage.hide
Program for Families with Children under 3 y.o.
This is a program for parents of children between 0 and 3 years old. We lay out a rug, bring toys out and start! While the children are playing, the parents are introduced to this or that theme of the museum.read more..
Cost: UAH 120. Reservations: http://bit.ly/2QxWrDg Language of the event: Ukrainianhide
Rules for visiting the museum during quarantine restrictions
Due to the strengthening of quarantine measures, the access to the Khanenko Museum is open upon presentation of the following documents: - a full vaccination certificate (hard copy with a wet seal or in the Diia app); - negative PCR test (valid for 72 hours); - SARS-CoV-2 antigen rapid test; - Covid-19 recovery certificate (valid for 180 days). Children are allowed into the museum if accompanied by a vaccinated adult. Visitors who do not provide one of abovementioned documents will not be allowed to the museum. Adherence to the mask regime is mandatory for all visitors and staff. The rules regarding vaccination certificates apply to adults only. The museum’s open hours: Wednesday-Sunday, from 10:30 to 17:30. The free entrance day is canceled until the epidemiological situation in the city improves.read more..
All of the restrictions are implemented according to the Art. 29 of the Law of Ukraine “On Protection of the Population from Infectious Diseases”; the CMU Resolution 361236 dated 09.12.2020 “On the establishment of quarantine and the introduction of restrictive anti-epidemic measures to prevent the spread of acute respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2” and Protocol of the 40th extraordinary meeting of the Kyiv Municipal Committee on environmental safety and emergencies dated 15.10.2021. Take care and see you in the Museum! ❤️hide
Early Birds Overview Tour
Every Saturday morning at 10:30 am we invite visitors to enjoy one of the museum’s permanent exhibitions in a company of a trained volunteer guide.read more..
The admission is free, but one will be required to buy a museum ticket.hide
Ceramic tactile copies of exhibits
The “Sakhno Art” ceramics studio manufactured the first tactile copy of the 14th-century Iranian tile. It is to be placed in the Islamic arts room of the Khanenko Museum’s permanent Asian exhibition. Everyone will be able to experience the tactile qualities of the tile through touch. The copy will be of great use during guided tours for visually impared people, visits of children, and, to be honest, who would not like to touch a museum exhibit?read more..
Ceramic tactile copies of artworks in the Museum’s collection, informational plaques additionally translated in Braille as well as the mnemoschemes of the museum buildings will be placed on five stands. The project “Tactile copies of world art masterpieces and other means of accessibility for the Khanenko Museum” also involved the design and production of inclusive museum stands. In charge of this was Oleksii Nashyvochnikov – a well-known architect and artist, the creator of projects for Kyiv Metro stations, the President of the Kyiv Deaf Artist Unity “Natkhnennia” Oleksii Nashyvochnikov aimed to design stands which will be accessible to all the visitors to the museum regardless of their physiological peculiarities. Soon we will start bringing the sketches to life, and you will be able to try out the stands in the museum rooms! The project is supported by the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. The project is implemented with the financial support from Zagoriy Foundation.hide
Scavenger Hunt Through the Asian Art Exhibition
Great news for the fans of museum scavenger hunts!read more..
A mystery exhibit awaits those who manage to find it in one of the Asian exhibition rooms. The right answers to the five questions of the game are the clues that will lead you to the mystery artwork. Price of the game: 15 UAH The game can be found at the museum ticket offices.hide
Jobs on offer in museum
Send your CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org