Bard College Berlin News
Bard College Berlin hosts A Yearlong February to commemorate the first anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine
The event hosted an exhibition of Stanislava Ovchinnikova’s “A Home, A Place to Sleep,” a drawing series meditating on the idea of home and homelessness, followed by a screening of the documentary “The Street I Need” which features testimony from twenty Ukrainian teenagers about lives since the outbreak of the war. Alongside the exhibitions, was a bake sale organized in collaboration with Bake For Ukraine, which raises funds to secure the local food supply in Ukraine by selling traditional palyanytsya bread.
A Yearlong February is the most recent initiative in a series of efforts by Bard College Berlin to support the Ukrainian people. In 2022, BCB announced the Bard Emergency Ukrainian Student Refuge Program to provide 60 displaced Ukranians with scholarships to Bard College Berlin, Bard College, and its affiliated institutions.
Post Date: 03-10-2023