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May 22, 2022
ARTS & LEISURE

Romanian – Ukrainian painting camp in Sucevita

During April 22 – May 6, 2009 the Sucevita locality hosts the Romanian – Ukrainian creation camp attended by professional visual artists of Suceava County and Cernauti region, for the common project “Art: A Language Uniting Two Cultures,” Adevarul informs. The project is supported by EU PHARE funds totalizing EUR 59,000, and is included in the Romania – Ukraine Neighborhood Program.

The paintings realized during this camp will be presented and promoted by a special work, “The Creation Camp Catalogue,” due to be released in Romanian, Ukrainian and English, but also by two painting exhibitions opened in Suceava and Cernauti. The activity of this project is targeted to encourage the development of relations and the cooperation of institutions with the same activity profile, focusing on cultural and artistic cooperation beyond the geographic and cultural borders.

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