In the evening, after the Annual Meeting presentations and workshops, Razom Culture hosted a program that gave everyone chance to experience contemporary music, art and fashion. Throughout the evening, the artistry in the room reflected the eclectic mix of the individuals at the event with art installations throughout the hall, cartoon projections on the wall, a fashion presentation and musical sets spanning many different styles.
Many of these pieces had roots in traditional Ukrainian culture in some way. Waldemart Klyuzko’s light installations illuminated kaleidoscope patterns of traditional Ukrainian embroidery. Ira Lysa’s elegant dresses included vyshyvanka-inspired red roses. Sashko Danylenko’s cartoon characters looked to be straight out of Ukrainian fairy tale stories. We are very thankful to be able to call these artists our friends, looking forward to our next collaboration.
Razom Culture program started with a video installation by Sashko Danylenko and included music performances by Roman Bardun Trio, Letters to Nepal, pianist Alex Pryrodny, and a fashion show by Ira Lysa.