On October 28-29, 2022, within the framework of the project "Early warning and joint preparedness for emergency situations on the Romanian-Ukrainian border - WARN", HUSKROUA/1901/8.1/0079 ("Project") CBC under HUSKROUA ENI CBC Programme 2014-2020 - cross-border training took place in Ukraine. Despite the Russian aggression and war in Ukraine, partners from Romania were also present at the event.Details
An artistic plein-air was held among the picturesque Carpathian mountains, as part of the implementation of the project No. HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042 "Through art we ruin borders", within the ENI CBC "Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020" Programme in the period of August 8-14, 2022. A group of famous and restless artists went to the village of Pylypets, Zakarpattia region to be inspired and to inspire others.
The purpose of the project is the development of cross-border cultural ties and support of creativity. It is envisaged to hold various art exhibitions, organize and conduct thematic cultural events (master classes) in Ukraine and Slovak Republic, to popularize Zakarpattia and foreign artists in the world.
The main goal of the event was the development and promotion of art in Zakarpattia region, support of regional artists, who in their artistic works immortalize the unique beauty and greatness of the Carpathians, and to contribute to the improvement of the image and confirmation of our region in the development of cultural potential.
The following artists participated in the plein-air:
Vasyl Svalyavchyk is a People's Artist of Ukraine
Vovchok Vasyt is an honored artist of Ukraine
Olena Kondratyuk is an honored artist of Ukraine
Odarka Dolgosh is an honored artist of Ukraine
Viktor Chepynets, Svitlana Kyrlyk, Oksana Yadchuk-Machynska, Volodymyr Hleba (members of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine).
Trainings of future firefighters are ongoing! 27 people continue to master the profession of a firefighter to join the ranks of the local fire brigade of Berehovo district. This week in Vynohradiv they got acquainted with rescue equipment and other professional tools, learned to knit knots, lay out a fire ladder and provide first aid to the people in need. A special training course, which will end on July 1, is part of the ENI CBC Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-
It is known that in addition to cognitive, aesthetic, communicative and other functions, art also has compensatory and psychotherapeutic properties that make up for the lack of human strength, allow better adaptation to complex environmental conditions and comfort. Therefore, even in this difficult time for Ukraine, art must live and continue to be developed. As a part of the project №HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042 “Through the Art we Ruin Borders” under ENI CBC Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 Programme at Uzhhorod Art Gallery on April 14, an exhibition of works by members of the Transcarpathian Organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine was opened, the name of the exhibition is: The World of God – is like Easter! The following works were presented at the exhibition: Nikita Volodymyr; Danylych Taras; Kuzma Borys; Gabda Vladislav; Usik Taras; Didyk Ivan; Pavlyshyn Volodymyr; Sima-Pavlyshyn Natalia; Svalyavchik Vasil; Vovchok Vasil; Shete Mykola; Malesh Mariana; Kinch Vitaly; Kirlyk Olena; Romanyuk Ivan; Gresko Yaroslav; Mitrik Maria; Korzh-Radko Lyudmyla; Hromoviy Olexandr.
The next art exhibition is being held at the Uzhhorod Art Gallery as part of the project №HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042 Through the Art we Ruin Borders under ENI CBC Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 Programme. On 14th of January in Ukraine celebrates several major holidays: the “Old” New Year, church holidays and the Day of Remembrance of Vasil the Great (popularly St. Vasil's Day, or simply Vasil). This exhibition was timed to Vasily. On which works of "Vasyl" are presented exclusively. Namely: Kohutych Vasyl, with the works "The Last Ray of the Sun", "Corso", "People of our city". Svalyavchyk Vasyl, with works "Winter Pass", "Church in Rostock village. Vovchok Vasyl - "Sunny Day on Uzhhorod", "Khust motif", "Autumn motif", "Blooming Verkhovyna", "Lyutyansky meadows". Bobita V., Gabdak V., Olashin VS, Olashin VV, Sochka V., Filesh V. The aim of the project is to develop cross-border cultural ties and support creativity, to hold various art exhibitions, organize and hold thematic cultural events (master classes) in Ukraine and Slovakia, to promote the target regions and artists’ cross-border experience exchange.
Christmas exhibition of famous Transcarpathian artists will be held from December 23, 2021 to January 14, 2022 at Uzhhorod Art Gallery on December, as a part of the project №HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042 Through the Art we Ruin Borders under ENI CBC Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 Programme. The aim of the project is to develop cross-border cultural ties and support creativity, to hold various art exhibitions, organize and hold thematic cultural events (master classes) in Ukraine and Slovakia, to promote the target regions and artists’ cross-border experience exchange. The exhibition presents works by the following authors:
Nikita Volodymyr; Danylych Taras; Kuzma Borys; Gabda Vladislav; Usik Taras; Didyk Ivan; Pavlyshyn Volodymyr; Sima-Pavlyshyn Natalia; Svalyavchik Vasil; Vovchok Vasil; Shete Mykola; Malesh Mariana; Kinch Vitaly; Kirlyk Olena; Romanyuk Ivan; Gresko Yaroslav; Mitrik Maria; Korzh-Radko Lyudmyla; Hromoviy Olexandr.
An exhibition of famous Transcarpathian sculptors was held at Uzhhorod Art Gallery on December 10 -21, 2021 as a part of the project №HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042 Through the Art we Ruin Borders under ENI CBC Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 Programme. The aim of the project is to develop cross-border cultural ties and support creativity, to hold various art exhibitions, organize and hold thematic cultural events (master classes) in Ukraine and Slovakia, to promote the target regions and artists’ cross-border experience exchange.
The purpose of this event was to raise the political visibility of creative and cultural industries and creative urban regeneration. Local, regional, national public authorities as well as priority area (PA) coordinators from PA3 and PA8 attended the first policy workshop of the project.Details
On Septemebr 24, 2021, in the Town of Michalovce there was held an opening ceremony of reconstructed, furnishied and equipped cultural monument "The Golden Bull" for the needs of a municipal gallery and tourist information centre within the project "Through the art we ruin borders" which is implemented within the framework of the ENI CBC “Hungary - Slovakia - Romania – Ukraine” 2014-2020 Programme, co-financed by the European Union. The Lead Beneficiary is the city of Mihalovce.Details
On April 22, 2021, 10.00 (Kiev Time) a Follower Policy Workshop within RESTART_4Danube Boosting Creative Industries in Urban Regeneration for a Stronger Danube Region Project was conducted.Details
Informational Centre for Innovations and Development “NOVUM” (Uzhhorod, Ukraine) within the project “Through Art we Ruin Borders” (No HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042) intends to carry out arrangement of premises for the needs of the municipal gallery and tourist information center in Uzhhorod (Uzhhorod, Zakarpattia oblast, Ukraine) and, in order to award the contract announces an open tender on the terms set out in the attached Supply Contract Notice.
Equipment supply (arrangement of premises for the needs of the municipal gallery and tourist information center) will be partially financed from the EU grant allocated under project “Through Art we Ruin Borders” (No HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042) within the framework of Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI CBC Programme 2014-2020.
The tender dossier is available for download on the web site http://www.throughartweruinborders.com.ua/
Cities in the Danube Region face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. In order to overcome thesechallenges, the project’s main objective is to improve framework conditions & policy instruments by supporting the regional & local Specialization Strategy S3 for a new model of Urban Regeneration involving Culture & Creative Industries (CCIs).Details
From September 1 to 2, 2020, an online conference was held, which was a Kick-off event of the international project "Boosting creative industries in urban regeneration for a stronger Danube region". The aim of this project is to enrich and restore the Danube region. In order to achieve this goal, the participants of the conference outlined the following tasks to be performed:
1. Establishment of international and inter-city cooperation.
2. Improving the tools and mechanisms of management and control over the information system of the region.
3. Support of innovative ideas of SME-s in the field of CCIs.
4. Introduction of innovations in SME-s to improve their activities.
This project involves 25 Beneficiaries from 11 countries (Ukraine, Romania, Germany, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Estonia and Austria). All project participants will perform tasks in order to achieve a common goal, as laid down in the acronym of the project "Restarting the Danube" (RESTART_4Danube).
As a part of the project " Integrated Emergency Preparedness System of the Danube Delta" an online project meeting was held on August 14 to officially launch the Project, which agreed on the organization and composition of the opening conference to be held in September 2020.
The project team approved the further work plan and summed up the results of the first half of the Project.
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