We give classes for courses, lectures or workshoops, in order to spread out the ukrainian art of pysanky creation.
The courses normally take three days,totalizing a 24 hours-lesson, no exceeding 20 students per group, aiming to situate the attendent through the millenarian art of pysanky and also teaching this painting technique, propitiating an integrated learning for the historical context, simbolism and the confection of this particular and artistic pieces of ukrain culture. Within the course, students actively participate of all the process of pysanky confection, acquiring the knowledge of the art technique.
At fairs, congresses or expositions where it is required demonstrations of this art by worskshops or lectures form, we can come up with different proposals, according to the event.
The “Pysanky – Ukrainian, Brazilian Craftwork” project was prized by the Culture Stimulus Elisabete Anderle Announcement, promoted by the Santa Catarina State Government. “This announcement was recognized as one of Brazil’s best ideas to value the cultural producers’ work. All the jury representatives got involved and took this project as a model to their States in order to make it come true” says the CEC president, Péricles Prade. “The evaluators stressed the amount of projects. We had a very good extract on what is about the cultural segment about what Santa Catarina’s citizens are able to produce in culture and art terms” completes the Organization and Monitoring Commission president, Leoni Silva. Going back to the cultural production, circulation, research, formation, preservation and spread matter, the Elisabete Arlene Announcement praises seven cultural areas which were subdivided into segments. The “Pysanky – Ukrainian, Brazilian Craftwork” project which author is Vilson José Kotviski, was praised as popular arts – folklore and craftwork, and is going to promote ten pysanka workshops in various places such as: Pintadinho e Jangada (Porto União), Irineópolis, Caçador, Três Barras, Canoinhas, Mafra, São Bento do Sul, Papanduva e Itaiópolis. More informations on: http://www.fcc.sc.gov.br/