The first course of the "Summer School" for children aged 5-9 years is called "I am a river, I am a twig, I am a pebble, I am a landscape" with the artist Tamara Turlyun. The course will be held from July 5 to 7.
During three classes, together with the author and teacher of the course, Tamara Turlyun, young participants and participants will be able to explore and experiment with the topic of landscape.
Tamara Turlyun is an artist, who works with graphics, painting, video, mosaic, and sculpture; teacher of children's art classes.
The second course of the "Summer School" for children and teenagers aged 10-14 is called "Dissatisfaction with Art". The author and teacher of the course is artist Maksym Khodak.
The course will be held from July 12 to 14.
Over the course of three classes, together with the artist Maksym Khodak, the participants, through unusual ways of interacting with the exhibition space, will look at the presented exhibitions with a critical eye, body, and mind, which will form dissatisfaction with art and will also try to investigate how public protest works and will have the opportunity to propose an alternative, in which the voice of the future generation will be manifested.
Maksym Khodak is an artist with a background in film studies. One of the artist's latest interests is building dialogue through art with his generation - with people born in the 21st century, aiming to invent a new political language that will be understandable to young people.
3rd year of the "Summer School" for children aged 5-9 years under the name "Celebratory bread. We explore and draw" with the artist Lada Verbina. The course will be held from July 19 to 21.
Classes begin at 12:15 p.m. on the 5th floor in the educational room of the PinchukArtCentre. The duration of the lesson is 1.5 hours.
During three classes, together with the author and course teacher Lada Verbina, young participants and participants will explore bread in art and art in bread. We will consider bread as a phenomenon in culture, in particular Ukrainian traditional festive bread. And they will also find an answer to the question "Do the birds on the cowbird really symbolize love, and the viburnum - beauty?".
Lada Verbina is an artist and teacher of children's art classes. In her artistic practice, she explores archetypes, folklore, ethnography, and mythology reflected in various forms of contemporary art, including drawings, paintings, objects, and photographs.
Please note that the course requires attending all classes. Participation is free of charge. Registration required:
The 4th course of the "Summer School" for children aged 10-14 years is entitled "Why mosaic?". The author and teacher of the course is the artist Anastasia Leliuk.
The course will be held from July 26 to 28. Classes begin at 12:15 p.m. on the 5th floor in the educational room of the PinchukArtCentre. The duration of the lesson is 1.5 hours.
During the three classes of the course "Why mosaic?" together with the artist Anastasia Lelyuk, the participants will search for an answer to the question why exactly this artistic practice is important for the Ukrainian identity.
Anastasia Lelyuk is an artist. She graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture (NAOMA), Department of Monumental Art, participated in the restoration of the "Zori and Constellation" fountain and the mosaics of the Kyiv bus station.
*The art center does not work in case of an air alarm. For safety reasons, the presence of parents is mandatory. Thank you for understanding.
Please note that the course requires attending all classes. Participation is free of charge. Registration is required: