G. Synytsia Art Gallery of NTUU "KPI"

Head: Victoria Stanislavivna Tiotkina.
Tel.: 204-91-35

The university art gallery is unique among universities' art galleries in the world both in artwork and activity. It is not only the epicenter of artistic events at the university, but also an integral part of the educational process, as well as aesthetic and spiritual guide for technical youth.

The Peace Light of Bethlehem shone in Kyiv Polytechnic

For the second time, Ukrainian scouts delivered the fire from Bethlehem to Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. They hold such an event every year before Christmas.

Anyone could light a candle and bring a piece of the Bethlehem Fire to their homes.

"Country of my soul": painting and sculpture

This is the title of a joint solo exhibition of sculptor Volodymyr Filatov and artist Alisa Anisimova, which opened on November 14 at the H. Synitsa Art Gallery in the KPI Center for Culture and Arts.

Artists to the University

Cultural and artistic life at the university continues. The head of the gallery Victoria Tiotkina told the correspondent of "Kyiv Polytechnic" about the exhibitions that have recently been held in the Hryhorii Synitsia Art Gallery.

Charity concert "Stand with Ukraine"

The main goal of the concert was to raise as much money as possible for drones for IATE students who are currently defending our country at the front.

Ten creative teams of the KPI Center for Culture and Arts took part in it.

KPI march

On the occasion of the 125th anniversary of our university, the creative teams of the CCM performed the Ukrainian version of the "KPI March" in the edition of the group of veterans of the Choir Chapel in 2017.

Colorful play of beaded placers

Despite the war, artistic life at the university continues - an exhibition of works in the genre of decorative and applied art "The Beauty of Spiritual Unity" ("Donbas Wreckage") was held in the Grigory Sinytsia KPI Art Gallery.

Reconstruction on Znannia Square

Renovation work has begun on the facade of the KPI Center for Culture and Arts. It is planned to repair the emergency section of the building's facade, which is decorated with travertine. The tiles had peeled off and threatened the safety of visitors to the CCA.

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