Team

Danelyan Victoria

Curator, consultant on art and culture projects management, psychoanalyst, coach. 

  1. Co-founder of Dream Projects – the interdisciplinary center of art and culture development (Ukraine, Georgia).
  2. Co-founder and curator of the Dream Museum – art and educational project (Kyiv, Ukraine).
  3. Curator of the international project and exhibition ‘Sergei Paradjanov – the XXI century Dream’ (Ukraine, Georgia).

 

Tsvilodub Tetiana

Curator of the project's research part

Curator, art critic, psychoanalyst.

Co-founder of Dream Projects – the interdisciplinary center of art and culture development (Ukraine, Georgia).

Co-founder and curator of the Dream Museum – art and educational project (Kyiv, Ukraine).

Curator of the international project and exhibition ‘Sergei Paradjanov – the XXI century Dream’ (Ukraine, Georgia).

Olga Sauh

Accountant

Фінансова менеджерка з досвідом супроводження проектів USAID,
Міжнародного фонду Відродження, Посольства Королівства Нідерландів (MATRA),
Посольства Канади, Посольства Великої Британії, Відділу освіти Посольства США в
Україні, FHI 360, Міжнародної організації з міграції.

Anzhela Khachaturova

Copywriter

Journalist and Editor.

Worked in Ukrainian largest publishing houses such as Hupert Burda Media and Sanoma Media Ukraine, as well as Novy Channel.

Since 2015 – editor-in-chief of Culture and Creativity website.

Ivan&Vasyl Kostenko

Designers

Artists, designers, co-founders of Braty Art Studio.

Design support on Odessa International Film Festival, Nouvelle Vague du Cinéma Ukrainien, Jamala.Ua, Kavaleridze.RE:VISION, etc.

Ivan Gerchakyvskyi

Volunteer

Musician, director and teacher of the Music School in Bibrka (Ukraine, Lviv region).

Alexandra Kuzmenko

Volunteer

Student KZVO KOR Akademiia Mystetstv.

Tetiana Pylypchuk

project manager

Management of art and culture projects. Strategic Marketing Management. Art Direction.

Alona Bondarenko

translator

Alice Pylypchuk

Photographer

Interested in photography, painting Studying at art school

10 facts about the life of Vladimir Perzhil

  • He was born in Oleszychi, in the territory of modern Poland in 1938
  • At the age of 8, during Operation Vistula he and his family were deported to Lviv region.
  • He graduated from the Lviv Music and Pedagogical School named after I. F. Colessi
  • He studied at two faculties of the Lviv Conservatory - conductor and vocal.
  • He started collecting folklore in 1968 when he first met with representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora on the banks of the Volga (Nadvolzhya).
  • Throughout his life he wrote music, worked with various music groups, was a soloist of the choirs of Trembita and Boyan, and directed the Anthem Choir and the Quartet Quartet.
  • In 1970-90 he made several field folklore-ethnographic expeditions to the East (Volgograd, Astrakhan, Saratov regions).
  • He recorded more than 240 Ukrainian place names - names of settlements on the banks of the Volga.
  • He created and published in Lviv a map of the settlement of Ukrainians by the Volga under the name "Yellow Wedge", which was included in the series "Cathedral Ukraine".
  • He has published several collections of books, including "The Forgotten Branch of the Ukrainian People" (Lviv, 2010), and "The Evening of St. Nicholas: Essays" (Lviv, 2012).