Teatr Polski in Poznań is looking for an actor from Donbass region for international cooperation
VIDLIKproject - а project which stimulates culture growth and promotes the Ukrainian contemporary art in small towns and villages of Ukraine
Chris Dercon, a new director of Berlin’s Volksbühne theater, located on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, has made headlines after he tried to force hundreds of activists out of the famous cultural institution, which they took over with the aim of turning it into a collectively run theater. The activists describe their actions as a protest against commercialization of art.
Kyiv, September 29, 2017 – American choreographer Peter Kyle and Ukrainian choreographer Anton Ovchinnikov have launched DANCING THROUGH TRANSLATION, a yearlong research and performance project exploring contemporary dance as a vehicle for cross-cultural exchange.
On August 26 - 29 the School of acting, directing and set design took place at Buchansky Citi Park.
This summer, the young theatrical group "Variant" from Kharkiv visited Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF-2017) in Scotland.
On August 5-th the closing ceremony of the tenth anniversary festival theater "MOLOKO-217" occuried in Odesa
In the autumn a new theater space - "Scene 6" - will emerge in the Dovzhenko Center. The best performances of independent, alternative theaters can now be seen in one place.
Recently, two independent artists, Sashko Brama and Andriy Buchko, started walking expedition through Ukraine: from Chop to the first post office in the east. The purpose of the trip is to study the cultural values and life of Ukrainian people and to create a documentary multimedia presentation.
A press tour showed non-standard design solutions and technical capabilities of the new theatrical building
On June 22, the ceremony of giving certificates of the EFFE label was taking place in the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine. Three festivals have received certificates: GogolFEST, Faine Misto (Ternopil), and Yavorivska Toy (Lviv region)
In 2017, the British Council offers an opportunity to up to six theatre professionals from Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Ukraine to join the team of TTA Assessors and Judges. All expenses, including international travel, accommodation, per diems and visa fee, will be covered by the British Council.