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Supported by the Open Ukraine Foundation Halyna Kryvorchuk presented in Poland a film about Olga Kobylyanska

23 May 2014, 16:21 | Travel grants for artists
From 4 to 11 May, supported by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation Halyna Kryvorchuk, director of VIATEL studio, producer of «Game of Fame» TV serial, scriptscreen author for the film "Valse Brillante.Olga Kobylynska" took part in the project "Common history. Related relations in the history of two neighbouring nations».

«The idea of cinema has to be your personal concern», - Maryna VRODA spoke at FACES Art Club

21 May 2014, 16:04 | The Art Club Faces
«The idea of cinema has to be your personal concern» Maryna VRODA highlighted at Faces Art Club that was held by the initiative of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation on the 20th of May at Chasopys Creative Space. The film director advised to look for ideas for the cinema among themes of concern for the author personally that happen in his/her environment. «Do not be afraid to speak about negative and painful things, pass no judgment, but just tell the story», she stressed.

FACES Art Club invites everyone to the master-class of Ukrainian filmmaker Maryna Vroda

15 May 2014, 12:02 | The Art Club Faces
Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation invites everyone to the meeting of Faces Art Club, that will take place on May 20 at 19.00 at Chasopys Creative Space. The guest of the evening – Ukrainian film director Maryna Vroda, winner of Palme d’Or Award of Cannes Film Festival for the best short-length film.

The book “Komachyna tarzanka” by Natalka Sniadanko was published in Polish

06 May 2014, 16:04 | The Book Fund
Supported by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation the book “Komashyna tarzanka” by Natalka Sniadanko was published in Polish at Biuro Literackie publishing house. The book was presented at the 19th Literature Festival Port Literacki 2014 in Wroclaw.

Ukraine will participate in Paris Book Fair 2014

20 March 2014, 17:09 | The Book Fund
From 21 to 24 March Paris will welcome one of the biggest book forums in the world – Paris Book Fair. Supported by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation, Ukraine will take part in exhibition; meanwhile 1200 publishing houses have already confirmed participation in it. Argentina was chosen a special guest country of this year’s book fair, and will be represented by 30 writers. Shanghai was selected as a special guest city.

Maryna Zubko took part in a contest for internship with youth troupe of National Paris Opera

14 March 2014, 17:16 | Travel grants for artists
The Open Ukraine Foundation provided a travel grant to Maryna Zubko to participate in a rehearsal contest to win internship with youth troupe of National Opera of Paris. The 5th year graduate student of vocal faculty of the Ukrainian National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music have passed to the second round (37 out of 278 participants have been selected).

Yuriy Zavadskiy participated in the International Poetry Festival “Poems on the pavement” in memory of Mikhas Straltsov

14 March 2014, 16:33 | Travel grants for artists
Supported by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation poet Yuriy Zavadskiy participated in International Poetry Festival “Poems on the pavement” dedicated to the memory of Mikhas Straltsov. The event was held in Minsk from 14 to 16 February of 2014.

VRODA presented “Christmas Miracle” to Kyiv audience

17 January 2014, 09:45 | The Art Club Faces
Ethno-pop group VRODA presented the programme «Christmas Miracle» at FACES Art Club held by Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation on 16 January at Chasopys Art Space.

«FACES» Art Club invites you to the presentation of “Christmas Miracle” programme of Ukrainian group VRODA

13 January 2014, 14:07 | The Art Club Faces
Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine invites you to visit next meeting of FACES Art Club that will take place on 16 January at 7 p.m. at Chasopys Creative Space. Performers of VRODA invites you to create “Christmas seasonal miracles”.

With the support of Open Ukraine Foundation the first German-Ukrainian literary translation workshop ‘ViceVersa’ was held.

25 December 2013, 15:23 | Travel grants for artists
Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation provided support to the first German-Ukrainian workshop of literary translation ‘ViceVersa’. The event was led by two prominent translators from Ukrainian and German sides – Claudia Date and Nelya Vakhovska, and was hold at the premises of Literary Colloquium Berlin (LCB) on the shore of Wannsee lake in November. The activity hosted five German and five Ukrainian translators and lasted five days.