You can apply until October 3 inclusive: https://forms.gle/Ajjdyc8gmAYnF78SA
Participation is free of charge.
During the intensive events, lecturers will talk about encouraging children and teenagers to co-create through participatory projects at school, about approaches that will help to diversify the teaching process, and about how art can become a way of thinking. Participants will also have the opportunity to expand their understanding of art therapy and learn about working with children and adolescents with mental disabilities. Art teachers will receive advice from a psychologist on how to support themselves and their students and learn how to resist bullying in the school team.
The Intensive course speakers and lecturers:
Slava Frolova is the founder of the Foundation for Development and Support of Young Art of Ukraine.
Olga Shyshlova is an author and presenter of educational programs for children and teenagers with disabilities at the PinchukArtCentre.
Yegor Antsygin is an artist and curator.
Oleksii Malykh is an artist, curator, and founder of the art studio "13th Floor", where he teaches art according to his own program.
Nataliya Datsenko is a director, an actress in the craft theatre "ArtBagazh", an art teacher.
Marianna Aktaeva is a candidate of psychological sciences, the head of the training direction of the MRIYDIY Project school.
Lora Litkovska is an art educator, artist, tattooist, gravitates towards intuitive and expressive art and naive creativity as a way of self-discovery and expression.
Ksenia Malykh is a curator, researcher of contemporary art, head of the Research Platform of the PinchukArtCentre, teacher of the course on contemporary art at the "Maibutni" school.
After successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of professional development.
The Foundation for Development and Support of Young Art of Ukraine is a philanthropic organisation established in October 2012 by Ukrainian TV host, journalist, and director Slava Frolova. The project was launched with the aim of boosting Ukraine’s contemporary art and support for the new generation of Ukrainian artists. The Foundation cooperates with art centres, museums, galleries, projects, and cultural events in Ukraine and beyond, and organises with its own efforts cultural events involving both young and renowned art figures of Ukraine.
WALLFALL is a program established by the Slava Frolova Foundation for Development and Support of Young Art of Ukraine. It embraces varied projects initiated by both the Foundation itself and in partnerships with other foundations, projects, cultural centres, and institutions. WALLFALL aims to draw attention to the challenges of cultural and creative development of the children in Ukraine. It covers support for parents, educators, and the children themselves.
Program partners: Ranok Publishing House, Antoshka, EdCamp Ukraine, leading Ukrainian manufacturer of professional materials for painting Rosa.