Mobile Pavilion

 

Workshops and cultural events. Every day for everyone

The goal of the Mobile Pavilion is to activate the public space of the town and to create the atmosphere which will encourage townies to develop new ideas. For each city we will prepare a unique programme including workshops, film screenings, and concerts.

 

Modern architecture. In the spots beloved by locals

You will definitely notice our Mobile Pavilion: it occupies an area of 180 square meters. It is a modern construction with a 4-meter-high canopy and an amphitheatres which can hold up to 100 people. The Pavilion adapts to the surrounding landscape: it resembles a constructor of 4 elements you can set in 6 different ways. The concept of the Pavilion was developed  by young Ukrainian architects — Ivan Protasov, Yana Buchatska, Dmytro Miheev, and Taras Baran. 

 

Clear info on our programmes. As well as other EU opportunities for Ukrainians

We offer 20+ programme lines for 6 professional sectors —  getting into a muddle is quite easy. Visit our Pavilion and we will explain in simple words which programme works best for you.

 

Answers to all your questions. Even those that may seem silly

We will be consulting the visitors of the Pavilion for two weeks. What is a grant, how to fill out the application form, what programme suits best whom, what is the meaning of our logo — we will give answers to these and other questions and show it on examples.

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