News - Travel grants for artists

On the support of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation in London was held exhibition of Ukrainian photo artist Larysa Polishchuk – "Secrets"

02 July 2012, 12:35 | Travel grants for artists
On June, 8th – July,1st on the support of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation in London was held exhibition of Ukrainian photo artist Larysa Polishchuk – "Secrets". The exhibition was held within the festival "Euro Cup Festival", which was presenting art of different countries during the Football Championship Cup "EURO 2012".

The third cinema festival Kinofest NYC dedicated to Ukrainian and Post-Soviet cinema was held in New - York

20 June 2012, 17:33 | Travel grants for artists
In May 2012 in New-York was held regular festival of Ukrainian and Post-Soviet cinema Kinofest NYC. On the support of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation in festival participated Ukrainian producer Maryna Vroda. The winner of “Golden palm” of Cannes cinema festival in 2011 for the best short movie “Cross” presented in New – York the following movies – “Cross”, “The rain” and “The vow”.

Arseniy Yatseniuk Open Ukraine Foundation has supported Ukrainian animation films

12 April 2012, 16:21 | Travel grants for artists
With the support of Arseniy Yatseniuk Open Ukraine Foundation Anatoliy Lavrenyshyn has become a participant of 13th International Film Festival (Festival International du film d’Aubagne/France), that took place in Aubagne, France. His animation film “The White Crow” was presented at the official contest of short motion pictures together with other animation, fiction and documentary films from 22 countries.

For the first time Ukraine is represented by a separate stand at Paris Book Fair

02 April 2012, 13:53 | Travel grants for artists
Paris Book Fair (Salon du Livre), one of the biggest book exhibitions/fairs, took place on 16–19 March 2012 in France, where for the first time in the Fair’s history contemporary Ukrainian literature was presented. Representatives over 40 countries, approximately 2000 authors, more than 1000 publishers were participated at the Book Fair; it hosted 500 various events and was attended by almost 190000 book fans.