Culture and Life
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One of the issues of the newspaper Culture and Life
|Owner(s)||Ministry of Culture of Ukraine|
|Founder(s)||Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, the Central Committee of Trade Union of Culture of Ukraine, and the labor collective editorial|
|Publisher||SE «National newspaper and magazine publishing»|
|Editor||Yevhen Buket (since 2015)|
|Founded||October 7, 1923|
|Headquarters||Vasylkivska str., 1|
Kyiv, Ukraine 03040
Culture and Life (Ukrainian: Культура і життя) is a national Ukrainian weekly newspaper.
Founded on January 1913 by Hnat Khotkevych. In October 7, 1923 re-founded under the title Literature, Science and Art as an annex to the newspaper Izvestia VUTSVK, its first chief editor was Vasyl Ellan-Blakytny.
In 1925, became part of the newspaper Culture and Everyday Life, which was published in 1925—1928 as an addition to Izvestia VUTSVK. From January 1929 to November 1930 was called Literature and Art. Under the same name was issued in 1941—1944 in various cities — Kyiv, Voroshilovgrad, Ufa, Moscow, Kharkiv, again in Kyiv. In 1945—1954 it was called Soviet Art, in 1955—1964, Soviet Culture. The modern name, Culture and Life, was adopted May 3, 1965.
After the Independence of Ukraine — it became the official press organ of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine. Re-founded by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, the Central Committee of Trade Union of Culture of Ukraine, and the labor collective editorial.
- "- Енциклопедія Сучасної України". esu.com.ua.
- "Газета Культура і життя". www.gazety.biz.
- "Видання "Культура і життя" та "Кримська світлиця" перейшли на вільну ліцензію – головні редактори видань - UACRISIS.ORG". 28 March 2017.
Media related to Culture and life (newspaper) at Wikimedia Commons
- Культура і життя // Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine
- 90th anniversary of the newspaper "Culture and Life"
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