EU supports Trostyanets ATC in Sumy region

The Trostianets urban amalgamated hromada was established in Sumy oblast in 2017. Having a solid financial foundation, after amalgamation, Trostianets received a powerful strategic development resource. This hromada embodies projects that are qualitatively and geographically beyond its borders. They took a district hospital on the balance sheet and make overhaul major repairs of its inpatient department here; festivals of music and historical reconstruction attract tourists from all over Ukraine. They also plan to restore the biathlon base for international competitions in Trostianets. Read more

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EU finances translation of European books into Ukrainian

In 2018, the Lviv publishing house Astrolabe became Ukraine’s first publisher to win a grant of the Creative Europe programme for translation and printing of eight works of classical and modern European literature. These include works of Ancient Greece and the Middle Ages, which give Europeansan insight into their origins and thus help them better understand each other. They also published books by well-known European modern authors who won prestigious literary awards. These works have not yet been translated into Ukrainian, some of them haven’t been published in Russian either. Read more

EU provides grants for development of unique Tustan Reserve in Carpathians

In 1971, architect and archaeologist Mykhailo Rozhko discovered a Kyivan Rus-time fortress — Tustan, near the Boykos village of Urych in Lviv region. After the death of Mykhailo, his son Vasyl founded a reserve and headed the museum of the fortress. Read his story about the history of Tustan and how 11 artists from Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and Russia in the summer of 2018 created 12 interesting art objects there using a grant from the EU Creative Europe programme. Read more

EU provides grant to study work of German theaters

“Critical” theaters have been actively developing in Ukraine in recent years. During the performances poignant and sometimes tabooed topics are raised: domestic violence, LGBT rights, etc., and the viewers can discuss them. Actress Oksana Cherkashyna from Kharkiv learnt how Ukrainian independent theatre differs from the German one. Thanks to the EU Culture Bridges’ grant, she worked at the ArtiSchocken Theater in Nuremberg for one week and attended four theater and art festivals in Berlin. Oksana is currently planning a summer school in Germany for Ukrainian and German students from theater colleges and other joint projects. Read more