Ukraine is under siege following a full-scale military invasion by Russia on 24 February 2022

IZOLYATSIA is pleased to announce the results of the open call for artists and makers to participate in the American Arts Incubator in Ukraine. 100 applications have been received between January 25 and February 18, 2018. 

Project participants:
Alyona Мamay, Polina Verbytska, Mykhailo Rozanov, Iryna Proskurinа, Bohdan Seredyak, Alina Borysova, Elena Klochko, Olha Vashchevska, Kateryna Shyman, Yilia Belyaeva, Anna Korniets, Serhii Nizhynskyi, Oleksandr Manukyans, Aleksei Yalovega, Umka Estebanovna, Оlga Tereshchenko, Liza Dyadina-Sonyachna, Alla Sorochan, Tatiana Prysiazhnyuk, Sergiy Zatula, Оlga Synyakevych, Krolikowski Art, Yaroslav Коstenko, Yurii Efranov, Ujif_notfound, Anastasiia Loyko, Olena Кlochko, Oleg Suslenko, Maria Proshkowska, Iryna Kostyshyna, Vitaliy Agapeev, Anna Маnankina, Oksana Chepelyk, Ivanka Borodina, Bogdan Moroz, Anna Kakhiani, Hanna Shumska.

The selected participants will attend intensive workshops by Hawaiian-American artist Tiare Ribeaux where they will learn how to combine art and technology skills to address identity, place, and the relationship of culture, industry and ecology in Kyiv and greater Ukraine. Artists are expected to develop independent projects which will be presented in the format of a small exhibition opening on March 29, 2018 at the IZONE Creative Community.

American Arts Incubator is an international cultural exchange initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs that is administered by ZERO1.