- April 4–7, 2012
The Ninth International KIBS Exhibition Boats, Motorboats, and Yachts will open in Kyiv’s International Exhibition Centre on April 4th, 2012. The exhibition is a specialized event with thousands of professionals in the field invited to attend. This normally allows for many deals to be negotiated right at the exhibition since the audience is professionally interested in the equipment, mentioned one of the organizers.
- April 6–7, 2012
On April 6-7, 2012, the village of Stari Petrivtsi in Kyiv oblast will welcome an artistic and ceremonial Fulfillment of Princess Olha’s Testament. The Testament was engraved onto the silver plates by Hryhoriy the monk in Bulgarian Glagolitic alphabet (one of ancient Slavic alphabets).
- April 7, 2012
A giant lotus sculpture by Korean artist Choi Jeon Hwa – Breathing Flower – will be installed at Kyiv’s main square Maidan Nezalezhnosti. The 10 meter high sculpture will be luminous and will have moving petals. After the display at the square the artwork will be moved to the pond near art center Mystetskyi Arsenal to mark the opening of the First Ukrainian Biennale of Modern Art Arsenale – a large-scale international modern art exhibition.
- April 10–17, 2012
The second charitable fair Easter Basket will celebrate the art of Easter baskets decoration. The event will feature workshops on flower embellishment of the baskets, Easter eggs painting, as well as stained-glass window painting. The fair will also offer Easter presents, cakes, and other holiday food prepared by the cooks at Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra.
- April 11–30, 2012
Western Ukrainian Lviv will host the Festival of Pysanky (decorated eggs) on April 11-30, 2012. This year the traditional eggs will be substituted with egg-shaped figures made of flowers, branches, air balloons, polyester, wood, and even chocolate.
- April 15, 2012
On April 15, 2012 – Orthodox Easter – the capital of Ukraine will boast tens of thousands of Easter eggs, pysanky. The festive decorated eggs will hang from the trees in the Kyiv downtown square named after the famous Ukrainian artist Ivan Franko. The organizers of the event invite everyone to join the Easter themed festival and hang their own pysanky onto the trees in the square.
- April 19 – May 2
French photographer Dani Olivier’s works go on display in Kyiv for the third time. His shocking photo exhibition titled Orgasms, Flowers, Experiences will also feature a presentation of books, dedicated to Olivier’s art.
- April 20–22, 2012
An exhibition of retro and exotic cars will take place in Kyiv on April 20-22, 2012. The fifth Retro and Exotica Motor Show will feature a number of car models used in popular motion pictures – Charlie’s Angels, Pulp Fiction, Taxi, Transformers, and others. The theme of the 2012 motor show is automobiles and cinema.
- April 26–29, 2012
Alfa Romeo, BMW, Cadillac, Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Fiat, Hyundai, Nissan, Infiniti, Porsche, Jaguar, Volvo, Lexus, Ford, and other brands will be presenting their newest models at the 11th Odesa Auto Show. Over 20 brands and more than 200 transportation vehicles will occupy the Odesa Sea Commercial Port Exhibition Complex. The annual audience of the auto show normally reaches beyond 10,000 visitors.
- April 27–28, 2012
A new generation of publishers, editors, writers, designers, illustrators, and book lovers makes its way to the top at the festival Gutenberg Units. The event is aimed at attracting public attention to reading, as well as creating books and publishing. It will take place in the Ukrainian capital on April 27-28, 2012.
- April 28, 2012
The festival of robotics Robotica 2012 will feature numerous competitions in robotics, robotic football, LEGO architecture, as well as an exhibition of the best LEGO constructions produced by the high school students from all over the country.
- April 28 – May 12, 2012
Hundreds of thousands of beautiful spring flowers – tulips – will embellish a square in the very heart of Kyiv on April 21, 2012. The annual event featuring a great assortment of reds, yellows, oranges, whites, and violets, as well as less conventionally colored blue and green will mesmerize the visitors of the spring flower display in Kyiv.