- Cultural heritage of the Soviet period
- Monumental art / Public art
- Contemporary art
- Local lore museums and museum activities
Cultural Heritage of the Soviet Period in Contemporary Ukrainian Art
- "Soviet monumentalism: subject of decommunisation or urban identity", https://mistosite.org.ua/en/articles/radianska-monumentalistyka-predmet-dekomunizatsii-chy-urban-aidentyka (accessed 28.04.2022).
- "Post-industrial history: about art project HBP-3", https://supportyourart.com/columns/dsk-3/ (accessed 28.04.2022).
- "Experimental and demonstration villages of Ukraine: about the village of Kalita", https://supportyourart.com/columns/eksperymentalno-pokazovi-sela-ukrayiny-pro-selyshhe-kalyta/ (accessed 28.04.2022).
- "Nina Fedorova's laboratory: color Bull's blood" https://supportyourart.com/columns/nina-fedorova/?rq=ніна%20федорова (accessed 28.04.2022).
Yevheniia Moliar obtained her Master's degree in History and Theory of Art at the National Academy of Art and Architecture in Kyiv, Ukraine. From 2005 until 2008 she was head of the Department of Research and Education at Kyiv's National Museum of Decorative Art, from 2014 until 2017 she curated the project "Soviet Mosaics in Ukraine". She was acurator and researcher at the Kmytiv museum of fine art named after J.Bukhanchuk from 2018 until 2020. Since 2015 she is co-curator of the self-organized art initiative DE NE DE and since 2016 she works at the project UNDER CONSTRUCTION: MUSEUM OPEN. In 2021 she became curator of an art project about preserving Ukrainian Soviet heritage at VDNG (Kyiv) (https://vdng.ua).