Creative Europe announces call for Ukrainian musicians

During the European Music Export Conference (EMEC) held in October 2019, the European Commission presented the first results of an extensive study of the music sector in 22 countries and announced a number of new contests in its support. Read more

EU funds construction of interactive quest rooms in palace ruins in Rivne

Above the underground complex in the Shevchenko Park, construction workers are erecting the entrance group of structures which will greet visitors to the interactive attraction. On the top, these round structures will be covered by ultra-strong glass through which nobody will fall down. Read more

EU helping to attract tourists to Nove Misto community in Lviv region

There is a mini-bakery in the village of Deshychi of  Stary Sambir district. Almost every day, children from Lviv, Skhidnytsia, Truskavets and the surrounding villages come here for creative workshops on baking bread and pastry. Children knead dough themselves, decorate and bake bread, draw pictures using flour, and have fun with animators. The mini-bakery was opened as part of the “COWBoyky: Ukrainian Wild West” project, which promotes tourism in the Nove Misto amalgamated community. The project is funded by the EU as part of the Mayors for Economic Growth initiative. Read more

EU funds inclusive film festival in Kyiv

Inclusivity has ceased to be something faraway and incomprehensible for Ukraine. One step after another, little by little, we are bringing ourselves to the state of mind in which we no longer look away but act, help and win. Win, first of all, over firmly-entrenched prejudices which, worse than any spokes in our wheel, slow us down on the way toward not as much European as humane future. Talking about inclusivity is as necessary as believing in these words and understanding them: we are all equal, and we all welcome each other. To be sure, talking about certain things isn’t that easy sometimes, and that’s when art comes to rescue. Read on to find out about Eurofest: Cinema for Everyone, the first inclusive film festival, about the feature presentations and the perception of each other without labels and clichés. Read more