The event will feature an exhibition of young Ukrainian painters МАЛЮЙ.UA and a concert of young Ukrainian artists where Montenegrin children also take part.
November 2-9 Montenegrins will see the 55 best works of the All-Ukrainian Art Festival MALYUY.UA, which was held for two months and brought together works by young Ukrainian artists from all over Ukraine aged 5 to 21, including works by orphans, migrants from the occupied territories and children from the demarcation line. Young artists showed an extremely interesting vision and excellent skills - in the work used different techniques and materials: oil, watercolor, gouache, charcoal, pastel, pencils, ink, liners, rapidographs, mixed technics, tablet. The winners were chosen by a distinguished jury consisting of Montenegrin artists and cultural figures: famous Montenegrin artists Roman Djuranovic, Mirko Dragovic, Hajdana Kostyc, Matan Vuksevic, Ljiljiana Kolundzic, director of KIC "Budo Tomovic" Snizana Burzan, pedagog of Muzeji and Gallereji Podgorica Vanja Vukovic, director of the Cultural Center "Nikola Durkovic" in Kotor Tatjana Iltsev Miljenovic and President of the Association of Fine Artists of Montenegro Igor Raksevic. The chairman of the jury is Anastazija Miranovic, Director of the National Museum of Montenegro, Director of the Office for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Montenegro, Member of the National Commission for UNESCO.
A concert of young Ukrainian artists will take place at the opening ceremony of the Days of Young Ukrainian Talents in Montenegro, with the participation of Sofia Egorova, Lyubov Hrytsenko, Daniela Dmitrieva and Sofia Salvaridu.
Sofia Egorova - a 20-year-old singer and actress, the pride of Ukraine - behind her fragile shoulders more than 200 victories at international competitions and festivals! Sofia started singing at the age of 10, took part in her first vocal competition at the age of 12, the young singer's first solo concert took place at the age of 16, and in the last two years Sofia performed at the biggest concert venues in Europe.
Lyubov Hrytsenko, 13, artist of the School of stage art & Producer Center "Talant Production". The owner of an incredible timbre of her voice, Lyuba embodies the image of Ukraine itself. Winner of many national and international competitions, she represented Ukraine at landmark events in various countries.
Daniela Dmitrieva, 12, American of Ukrainian descent. From the age of two the girl is engaged in vocals and dances. For several years, Daniela lived in London, where she improved her musical and choreographic abilities, and returning to Kyiv, she took a new step in the development of her talents at the School of stage art & Producer Center "Talant Production".
Sofia Salvaridu, 13, was born and lived in Greece for many years, where she took part in diplomatic events, and in Ukraine she performed with the most famous artists on the main stages of the country. Sofia has not left any festival without a prize, her talent has made her a winner of many national and international festivals.
In the concert young Montenegrin artists will take part: Komnen Vukovic, Jana Sjekloca, Andjela Stijepovic, Dora Grbovic, Ivona Brnovic
The project is organized by the Association for the Development of International Relations ADRUM and STUDIORAR with the support of the Embassy of Ukraine in Montenegro. The National Museum of Taras Shevchenko is a partner of the All-Ukrainian Art Festival МАЛЮЙ.UA. Organizers, partners, artists, talented children - many wonderful people came together to create this wonderful holiday of art and friendship between Ukraine and Montenegro!