NIKITA TITOV: «I THINK A NEW PACIFIC WILL APPEAR AFTER THE WAR—A WORLD WITHOUT THE TWO-HEADED EAGLE»

A conversation with Nikita Titov, a poster artist from Kharkiv, about Ivano-Frankivsk, exhibitions of Ukrainian artists abroad, and new anti-war posters

Vinyl-party

Вечір музики з вінилу

24 Sep 2022 -
HALYNA PETROSANIAK: «NOW IS THE BEST TIME TO GIVE UP RUSSIAN CULTURE»

This is the second part of a conversation with Halyna Petrosaniak: about her work experience as a writer and translator, as well as about the war in terms of culture

HALYNA PETROSANIAK: “THE MEANING OF LIFE IS THAT WE ARE CONSTANTLY REWRITING SOMETHING”

A conversation between the writer and publisher Roman Malynovskyi and the poet, writer, and translator Halyna Petrosaniak about the literary environment and cultural codes of Ivano-Frankivsk. Part one

MARIANNA HLYNSKA: “IN UKRAINE, EVEN IN IVANO-FRANKIVSK, THERE IS FULL FREEDOM WHEN YOU CAN TURN YOUR APARTMENT INTO AN ART SPACE”

A conversation with an Ivano-Frankivsk artist about finding her own creative method, the advantages of western education, the role of an artist in the war and why we all sometimes have to leave our home city

PETRO BUIAK: ARTIST, IMAGE CREATOR, AND PROVOCATEUR

A conversation with one of the most honest (and at the same time one of the most imaginative) artists of Ivano-Frankivsk

Cultural city of (non)war time

How contemporary artists who came to Ivano-Frankivsk during the full-scale war see the city