The intensive course will embrace 50 teachers from across Ukraine. The selection will be made based on the questionnaires of the participants.
After successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of professional development.
You can apply until January 31 inclusive: https://forms.gle/HfJj5MZFF3y57B136
Participation is free of charge.
During intensive events, lecturers will share their experiences and approaches, how to explain and talk about serious things easily and comprehensibly for students of any age, and how to interest children in art and develop their critical and visual thinking. Teachers will learn about the use of art therapy methods, about the peculiarities of working with children with mental disabilities, and will also receive psychological advice on how to deal with anxiety and how to act in conflict situations in the classroom.
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.
Oksana Sadovenko is a teacher at the ART4KIDS children's art studio, a lecturer at the "Cultural Project" educational organization, and the author of the children's art book "You and Malevych".
Ksenia Malykh is a curator, head of the Research Platform of the PinchukArtCentre, teacher of the course on contemporary art at the "Maibutni" school.
Kateryna Okremova is a cultural expert, museum educator, art therapist, and author of creative educational projects for children and adults.
Marianna Aktaeva is a mother, a candidate of psychological sciences, a teacher at the Department of Psychology at KUBG, a school psychologist at CISC.
Anton Tselovalnyk is an architect, teacher, and currently a military volunteer.
Tamara Turlyun is an artist, teacher, co-founder of the self-organized space Depot12_59.
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.