Join the Culture and Creativity Association

As the programme came to it's conclusion, a group of us Ukrainian associates came together to discuss our future and how we can continue to implement the values and goals of the programme which we all share.

The result of these discussions is the decision to form an international association of cultural creators, individuals and organizations. The goal of this association is to encourage collaboration between cultural agents in different sectors, promote the professional development of cultural managers and act as an internal support system for members with consultations, networking and promotional opportunities, among other activities.

First and foremost, we hope that other associates, like yourself, would like to become a part of our initiative.

Currently, we are at the stage of registering to become an official NGO recognized by Ukrainian law. Attached are our official documents that state our mission and purpose in detail. Once we are public, we will open our organization to all willing candidates, provided that they are able to fulfill the requirements. We will also be thrilled if anyone from countries other than Ukraine expresses an interest in opening local branches.

Our Association already has support from the British Council and the team of the EU-Eastern Partnership Programme. At the end of March, a website with information about us will be launched and we plan to have an official presentation of the organization in April, details pending.

If you are interested in joining our organization, please send us letter on with a short description of your organization or your project and CV. If you have any questions, or comments, please send them our way and we will think of the best way to continue our discussion.

With sincere hopes that you will join us on this journey and best wishes,

The founders of the Culture & Creativity Association:

Pavlo Bilodid

Victoria Danelyan

Olha Birzul

Sergii Zhukovsky

Iaroslav Belinskyi

Albert Saprykin

Lusya Zoria


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