Project Ukraine

Front Line, Peace Life: Ukraine’s Revolutionaries of the Forgotten War
 , made its opening exhibition at the Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago  on May 31st 2019. Through large scale portraiture, environmental footage and excerpts from oral history recordings, the exhibit tells the story of a generation of citizens, who of their own free will and without obligation to the government, deployed into a war-zone and risked everything to defend their homeland against Russia.

The printing of this exhibit has been funded, but we are still seeking support to help this project travel to other cities throughout 2020, including the Ukrainian Institute of America  in New York City,  where it is scheduled to open on January 9, 2020, and the University of New Haven, where it is scheduled to exhibit in November 2019.

Your donation will directly support the expenses for this exhibit to travel, to help educate Americans about the ongoing war in the Donbas, and to show the universality of all soldiers of war. 

For more information on sponsorship level donations ($500 - $10,000), please contact Dylan Tete at

Frontline, Peace Life is sponsored by Boeing, the Road Home Project, Bastion Community of Resilience, and Revived Soldiers Ukraine.

Bastion  proudly supports Frontline – Peace Life and the warriors and families around the world who continue to reintegrate peacefully into civilian society.


Donations (0)

  • Allison Corwin 
    • $50 
    • 3 mos
  • Jay Trevorrow 
    • $25 
    • 3 mos
  • Julie Blatty 
    • $200 
    • 3 mos
  • Sheila Bonenberger 
    • $50 
    • 3 mos
  • Yuriy Makar 
    • $100 
    • 3 mos

Fundraising team: Team Ukraine (3) 

Jenn Blatty 
New Orleans, LA
Dylan Tete 
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