News Museum Exhibition in Mystets’ky Arsenal

News Museum Exhibition in Mystets’ky Arsenal

Mystetskyi Arsenal Kyiv art space hosts the News Museum project dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Television News Service (known as TSN), one of the most popular news program in Ukraine. The exhibition showcases over 100 unique items, which played a significant role in the history of Ukraine.

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All the visitors will have a chance to see a 6-ton engine of Ukrainian «Mriya», the biggest aircraft in the world, Eurovision award statuettes of Jamala and Ruslana singers, Olympic medals of Lilia Podkopayeva, Vitali Klitschko and a lot of other things.
TSN is one of the most trusted news services in the country with the widest range of audience. All the attendants of the News Museum Exhibition will be able to look behind the scenes of TSN studio and explore how media professionals are preparing news programs.
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The opening ceremony was attended by several thousand people. The Museum was visited by Oleg Violin, Dmitry Shurov, Yuri Gorbunov, Dmitry Komarov, Svetlana Tarabarova, Angelica Rudnitskaya and Dana Pavlychko.

The exposition of the News Museum consists of 10 halls. There is an interactive zone – a television studio, where everyone can try themselves in the role of news presenter. The other hall is dedicated to the independence of Ukraine. Here visitors can explore the draft of the Declaration of independence of Ukraine from the personal archive of Levko Lukyanenko, the copy of Peresopnytsia gospel on which Presidents of Ukraine are taking oaths on the day of inauguration and 8-foot flag that Vyacheslav Chornovil brought in the Verkhovna Rada on 24 August 1991, the day Ukraine became an independent country.


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News Museum Exhibition in Mystets’ky Arsenal will run until March 26, 2017. All profits from tickets sales will be donated to the development of Mystets’ky Arsenal cultural projects.
Address: 10-12, Lavrska Street, Kyiv. Mystets’ky Arsenal.
Photo source: Gres Todorchuk PR. 

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