The IZOLYATSIA territory in Donetsk remains seized and the platform has currently relocated to Kyiv.

Zmina with Beat Carnival in Mariupol

Zmina with Beat Carnival in Mariupol

21 September 2015—27 September 2015

Beat CarnivalSeptember 22-24, IZOLYATSIA conducts a series of events in frames of Zmina project.

Zmina is a series of projects to be realized in the East of Ukraine, the goal of which is to involve local communities into the process of developing and realizing their own potential. The word Zmіna means “change” in Ukrainian, and at the same time refers to an industrial context, by alluding to “working shifts”, which symbolize an undisturbed way of life and a peaceful reality that should be maintained.

September 22, 19:00. Meeting with David Boyd and Paul Marshall (Belfast, Northern Ireland) on "role of culture and art in industrial city devided by cultural differencies" 

On September 24, David Boyd and Paul Marshall will conduct practical workshop together with residents of Mariupol on work of cultural organizations for reconcilliation in conflict areas.

David Boyd — director of Beat Carnival organization in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It organizes large-scale carnival for 25 years in order to reconcile two conflicting parties: pro-british loyalists and irish nationalists. During the meeting David will tell about parallales between situation on the West of Ukraine and North of Ireland and about ways for civil and cultural activists to start proccess of reconciliation in the country.

Paul Marshall is an artist from Belfast working with multimedia on post-industrial and post-conflict themes; examining people and places, architecture and culture, connections and sense of identity. Master of Fine Arts from Ulster University’s Belfast School Of Art and 2015 Royal Ulster Academy award winner.

 

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TANDEM / Beat Carnival — Arkhip Kuindzhi Art School in Mariupol

TANDEM / Beat Carnival — Arkhip Kuindzhi Art School in Mariupol

TANDEM / Beat Carnival in Mariupol

TANDEM / Beat Carnival in Mariupol