Taking a stance on political issues isn’t limited to just marching at a protest. We encourage artists to use their creative talents to speak their truths, while simultaneously creating a platform for them to be heard.

  • Introducing the winning projects of the Letterenfonds Foundation!

    Introducing the winning projects of the Letterenfonds Foundation!

    We have great news to share with you! Five artists from our Ukrainian community won grants from the Support Programme for Ukrainian Artists 2024 financed by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands! This means that very soon you will be presented with very diverse Ukrainian…



    On September 27, a hearing took place in the International Court of Justice on russia’s war crimes in Ukraine. During the hearing, for 5 full hours, multidisciplinary artist Daria Pugachova put herself in a glass box and uninterruptedly wrote the words “The War in Ukraine is Still Going On” until the box turned fully black.

  • Vyshyvanka Day in Den Haag

    Vyshyvanka Day in Den Haag

    Every year in mid-May, people all over the world put on embroidered shirts to celebrate World Vyshyvanka Day. Vyshyvanka is a national symbol of Ukraine, symbolizing beauty, health, happiness, and family memory. We organized a special event where we gathered guests to share the history and significance of the embroidered shirt. This national symbol of…

  • Ukrainian Stand-up in the Netherlands

    Ukrainian Stand-up in the Netherlands

    Last week, an exceptional stand-up comedy show took place in Rotterdam and The Hague, featuring three talented Ukrainian comedians – Svitlana Nemoniezhyna, Kateryna Fedorkova, and Hanna Kochegura. The girls shared their life experiences during the war and raised money for the Valeriy Markus Charity Fund and the 47th Brigade. The event was held on March…

  • Artist talk Masha Vyshedska

    Artist talk Masha Vyshedska

    We kindly invite you for the artist talk with @masha_risuet 🗓 12.12.2022, 19:00📍Pleinweg 196а, Rotterdam “I’m Masha Vyshedska, an artist from the east of Ukraine. After the start of hostilities, I spent half a year in Europe, and now I returned to Ukraine to live with my family in Ivano-Frankivsk, where it is now relatively…