Events by Month

August 14, 2017 Dynamic Sykhiv On August 14, at 7.00 pm, the "Sykhiv By Night" program launches with the lecture by Natalia Mysak. She will be talking about the transformation dynamics of the largest centrally planned neighbourhood of Lviv, about rethinking of its premises and their symbolic content. Read more
August 15, 2017 Community and Architecture On Augus 15, at 7.00 pm, welcome to the assembly hall of the "Dzherelo" rehabilitation center to listen to the lecture by Izabella Pastushko about the largest housing estate of East Poland, the Lublin housing cooperative. You will learn about the history of its design and perception by local community. Read more
August 17, 2017 Religious Spaces of Sykhiv On August 17, at 7.00 pm, Vlad Naumesku will present the results of his anthropological study on the role of religion in collective memory and the cityscape of Sykhiv. Welcome to the assembly hall of the Intercity shopping center. Read more
August 18, 2017 Green Zones On August 18, at 7.00 pm, the Library branch for Children No 4 will host Daria Bocharnikova telling about the multiple links between nature and Soviet urban planning, and about the search for ideal environment for living. Read more
August 20, 2017 Community and Architecture On August 20, at 7.00 pm, in the assembly hall of Lviv Chlidren School of Arts No 5 will host the discussion about the aesthetics of modernist districts, the ways artists interpret it and how creative practices can change the space and meaning of mass housing distritcs. Read more
August 22, 2017 Return to the Center? On August 22, at 7.00 pm, the program will be closed by the lecture of Florian Urban in the Dovzhenko cinema. We shall be talking about status value of living in the city center, about the post-industrial city and its symbolic dimensions, as illustrated by Berlin, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, and Vienna. Read more
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August 27, 2017 Conference: Cities. The Ins and Outs of Socialism On August 25-27, an international conference will unite researchers who study different periods and cities where socialist projects have been succefully implemented or failed throughout the 20th century, as well as the cities where they are still underway. Read more