Design of Ukrainian book gets bronze medal in Germany
The book 'This Is How I See' designed by Art Studio 'Agrafka' got the bronze medal of 2019 'The Best Book Design from all over the World' contest initiated by the German fund 'The Art of the Book'.'This Is How I See' is a unique book telling about what can be clearly seen and mysterious and invisible to the human eye things that awakens the curiosity to the universe and to its own essence. Overall, 300 books from 32 countries took part in the contest
German TV channel to broadcast a program about Ukrainian borshch
February 28, German TV-channel will broadcast a program about Ukrainian borshch cooking. The program's main hero is Denys Kolesnikov, a Ukrainian chef from Augsburg who initiated a project 'Ukraine Kocht' aimed at popularizing Ukrainian cuisine in Germany.The program starts at 7:30pm
Uzhgorod invites to Gingerbread Festival
December 14-16, the Zakarpattia traditional gingerbread festival will take place in Uzhgorod.The venue is the historical and cultural center 'Sovyne Hnizdo'.Free entrance
More than 120 tons of fruits to be used at Kyiv citrus festival
December 21, Kyiv to host Ukraine's first 'Citrus Festival'. Oranges and lemons will be used to build houses of Harry Potter, Rapunzel, Aladin, Robin Hood, Count Dracula and other fairy-tale and mythical characters. The height of wach building will reach 3-5 m. Over 120 tons of fruit will be spent on creating locations.In addition, the entrance with citrus arches, citrus Christmas tree, ice exhibits, Citrus Santa's Residence and New Year's wish post can be seen at Spivoche Pole (Pechersk Landscape Park).The festival will run until January,7
Memorial to Holodomor victims unveils in Toronto
The Memorial to Holodomor victims unveils in Toronto. The sculptural composition can be found on the territory of the Exhibition Square. In the center of the memorial there is a sculpture 'The Bitter Memory of Childhood' by Ukrainian artist Petro Drozdovskyi.The solemn ceremony was attended by Mayor John Tory, Canadian Foreign Minister Christine Freeland, and First Deputy Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv
Ukraine-themed fresco to appear inside of a Kyiv subway station
Within the framework of 'MORE THAN US' project 8 artists from around the world will create a fresco inside 'Osokorki' subway station. The work will be devoted to Ukraine, the internal strength of the Ukrainian people, cultural values, etc. The artists will work until the end of November. Apollo Tores (Brazil) and Matthew Dawn (Belgium) have already started working on their fresco parts