Master class on making an analogue collage
Dear friends, we invite you to a master class on making an analogue collage on the topic of traditional Ukrainian culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Raphael Lemkin, the author of the term “genocide”, wrote about “a coordinated plan of various actions aimed at destroying the essential foundations of the life of national groups with the aim of their destruction.” So when it comes to the Holodomor, it is necessary to look for those “foundations of life” of Ukrainians that they tried to destroy in 1932-33. What and how did the Ukrainian people live? What traditions, worries and leisure did you have? What was wiped out by the Holodomor, and what survived as a result of this genocide? We suggest exploring this together at a master class on making an analogue collage. It will be held by the collage artist, co-founder of the CUTOUT COLLAGE project, Katia Syta, for everyone interested.
Date: December 11 at 3:30 p.m.
Venue: Hall of Memory of the National Museum of the Holodomor-genocide at 3, Lavrska str. (a 10-minute walk from Arsenalna metro station in the direction of Glory Park).
The age of the participants of the master class is 12+
The approximate number of participants is up to 15 people (if more participants are registered, the next master classes will be organized on other days).
To attend the master class, you need to register and pay for the entrance ticket to the museum:
adults: UAH 30
students: UAH 20 (with a valid student ticket).
pensioners (by age): UAH 20 (with a pension certificate).
students: UAH 15 (with a student ticket).
*The master class will take place regardless of scheduled or emergency power outages.