"32-33: Holodomor" Multimedia Installation

"32-33: Holodomor" is a multi-media installation delving into the emotional and historical context of surviving the Stalin-orchestrated famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine. Transposing the testimonials of the survivors into film, photos, and material artifacts, the project unlocks this historical event by immersing the audience in its emotional landscape. The project was curated by Polly Chesnokova, Senior Fellow '24.

  • OPENING HOURS: April 15th: 5:20 – 7:00 PM [Opening remarks at 5:30 PM]
  • REGULAR HOURS: April 16-April 21st: 10:00 AM – 6 PM
  • LOCATION: Sudikoff Hall: 9 Maynard St, Hanover, NH 
    • Part I: Sudikoff 005, Part II: Sudikoff 214