IZOLYATSIA Foundation invites artists and cultural professionals to visit the second wave of international sub-grant presentation. This wave will be held within the framework of the new ZMINA: Rebuilding program. During the event, participants will familiarize themselves with the terms, rules, and regulations of project financing, and learn about the structure and features of filling out the application. The presentation will take place in Kyiv.
ZMINA: Rebuilding program will support the development and showcase of projects depicting conversion from wartime to post-war reconstruction in Ukraine, building visions of the future, demonstrating war-time resilience, and building conversations, expertise, and knowledge about post-war rebuilding and recovery.
Selected program participants must present works that facilitate, promote, or mediate public discourse on the topic of "rebuilding": identities, social norms, communities, relationships, common visions, and infrastructure.
This international cooperation must increase the visibility of Ukrainian artists and cultural production in other Creative European countries and heighten the profile and knowledge of Ukrainian cultural and creative organisations in other countries while bringing new shared perspectives to the Ukrainian and European cultural and creative sectors.
- Kyiv, 01.03.2024, 10:00 am — 4:00 pm, Conference Hall, Khreshchatyk str 25
After the workshop, registered participants will be provided with relevant materials.
IZOLYATSIA Foundation can reimburse participants from other cities for the bus or train travel cost to participate in offline workshops. For this, it is necessary to submit an official justification letter describing motivation for participating in the workshop to the e-mail address [email protected] — no later than 3 working days before the start of the event.
The event in Kyiv will be broadcast online on YouTube and Facebook platforms. The presentations in Lviv and Dnipro will be held in Ukrainian, and the Kyiv event will be conducted in English and Ukrainian.
Registration for the event is mandatory! To register for the workshop, follow the link.
ZMINA: Rebuilding is a project co-funded by the European Union under a dedicated call for proposals to support Ukrainian displaced people and the Ukrainian Cultural and Creative Sectors. The project is a cooperation between IZOLYATSIA (UA), Trans Europe Halles (SE), and Malý Berlín (SK).