Kulya coffee bar for war veterans was launched again as an art-café in Kharkiv on June 15.
“Travelers from East” project has been launched to help school graduates from Luhansk region to travel around Ukraine
Kharkiv has won the competition of the Ministry of Culture for holding the second Youth Biennale of Contemporary Art.
The play, which got recognition as the most popular performance of “Melpomene of Tavria” festival, is shown in Kharkiv.
May 27, a motley exhibition of over 80 retro cars, dedicated to the International Museum Day, took place in the center of Kharkiv.
May 17, hundreds of Kharkivites marched wearing national clothes to celebrate the International Vyshyvanka Day.
Kharkiv artists, poets and musicians were the first guests of the cultural forum SlobodaCult, opened in Uzhgorod on May 15.
British street art painter nicknamed FANAKAPAN has depicted a funny rabbit getting out of a magician’s hat in Kharkiv central area.
May 8 and 9, a number of solemn events and meetings, dedicated to the Victory Day and Day of Europe, took place in Kharkiv.
April 26, during the 10th International Eco-Poster Triennial the “4th Block” the awarding ceremony was held in Yermilov Center.
On April 18, head of the project on cultural heritage protection Olena Rofe-Beketova spoke at the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
April 13-14, unusual historical and patriotic tour “Trukhanivska Sich” visited Kharkiv and Lozova, Kharkiv region.
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