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

December 1, 2 PM, there is a workshop Game of Neighborhoods and Green Politics of Post-Industrial Cities within the public programme to the Interactive Playground exhibition. This workshop includes an urban board game and a conversation about the green policy of the city. Participants will also investigate the space of IZOLYATSIA  as an example of a post-industrial complex that functions as a cultural centre. The game of districts is an educational and developing board game, which is designed for adults and children intends to engage players' attention to the planning and transformation of cities. Together with representatives of the Children Geography players will be able to create a model of their ideal city.

Children Geography is an initiative that cooperates with children and young people to develop a conscious stay in the urban space. To this end, the organisers use cross-disciplinary educational, artistic, and research practices.

December 1, 2 PM
IZONE, Studio 2. Kyiv, Naberezhno-Luhova, 8
Places are limited so, please, fill in the registration form

Interactive Playground is a research project focusing on a profound study of non-formal education in a museum environment and assessing the exposition layouts that engage the widest audience to the investigation of contemporary art. The project in Kiev concludes with the opening of a media art exhibition for children and their parents. Polish artists from WRO Center for Media Art Foundation develops Interactive Playground that is presented in Kyiv in partnership with IZOLYATSIA. The exhibition, created by the WRO team in 2008, marks this year's tenth anniversary: ​​over three hundred thousand people visited it around three continents.

The project is implemented under the Culture Bridges Programme. Culture Bridges is funded by the EU and managed by the British Council in partnership with the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) network in Ukraine. Co-funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland. Co-funded by the Wrocław Municipality. Animation program partner is UkrAnimaFilm.