Discussion: 'Refrain not to kill: how to deal with Soviet past and heritage​​'

Sector: Culture and creative industries
Type: Workshop
Location: Zoom
Deadline: Finished
Organiser: House of Europe: Goethe-Institut Ukraine

How should we deal with Soviet heritage? We will be looking for an answer to this ambiguous question during the discussion.

We will start with topical challenges in working with the Soviet heritage and move on to finding new senses and formats for it. Hop on to share your thoughts and find out what cultural managers from all over Ukraine are thinking.

We will meet on Wednesday 14 December via Zoom. Please ensure you are available from 16.00 till 17.30.

The discussion club is part of Cultural Transformation Lab — a series of practical education and networking events aimed at supporting Ukrainian cultural managers, civil society and cultural actors residing outside of large cities and regional centres in times of war. 

The Lab is carried out by Goethe-Institut Ukraine in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine. The programme is funded by the EU under the House of Europe programme.

Who are the speakers?

The discussion is moderated by Iryna Kats (Cultural Di@logue and Platform of Intangible Cultural Heritage) and Polina Horodyska (Ukrainian Literature Centre, Literature in Action, and the Bureau of Systematic Solutions BUT).

Can I apply?
The discussion club will be beneficial for Ukrainian cultural actors and managers who seek to discuss hot-button issues.
How do I apply?

Apply with a short form via online platform. The application will take no more than 2 minutes.

We will send the link to the Zoom conference to the email address you registered with.

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