Khrystyna Boyko

Graduated from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with a specialty in culturology, she obtained a master’s degree (2011). She has experience researching contemporary Ukrainian art (Dzyga) (2011-2012), coordinated the social project "Three Happiness Hours" (2010-2014), and implemented an experimental educational program "Teaching Children about Art" (2010-2014). In cooperation with GIZ she has implemented the following educational and social projects: "Creative Workshop for Children" (2012), "Urban Crafts - Together We Create Better" (2013), and the youth urban game "Squares and Us" (2013).

Since 2012 Khrystyna has worked with the Center for Urban History and has developed programs based on the institute’s exhibition projects: a children’s artistic and educational project "My Dream House" (2012), a children’s program for the exhibition "Sports and the City: People. Society. Ideology" (2013), and a guided tour for the exhibition "Sports and the City: People. Society. Ideology" (2013).

Since 2014 she has been coordinating the Center’s educational programs. She develops various types of projects, such as those to accompany exhibitions, urban games, film screenings, family Sundays, activities for children and students on the basis of visual materials, the Center for Urban History’s exhibition and research projects. Engaged in establishing communication with teachers, lectors, civic organizations, and educational institutions.

Fields of interest: making academic disciplines accessible to a wide audience, history in the public sphere, museum education, and contemporary Ukrainian art.

Contact: kh.boyko@lvivcenter.org

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