- Published on Monday, 27 November 2017 12:32
"Are you interested in living?", "When were you last time yourself?", and many other philosophical questions have been asked to Kyiv-Mohyla Academy community on November 23, 2017 by Vladyslav Troitskyi, a theatre director, the creator of such famous cultural projects as Dakha Brakha (ДахаБраха), GogolFest (ГОГОЛЬFEST), Dakh Daughters, theater Dakh (ДАХ).
The event was organized on the initiative of the professor of Public Relations Department Vadym Naumov and students of the first year of the master's program "Public Relations" within the newly created student project "Platform MI-17".
About 70 students came to talk with Vladyslav Troitskyi. The creator of the Dakha Brakha group and GogolFest during the conversation touched upon many philosophical and practical issues related to creativity and the implementation of cultural projects. In particular, Troitskyi urged students to become more interested in modern Ukrainian culture in order to strengthen their own identity, as well as promote their national culture.
Speaking about their own experience of creating Dakha Brakha а cultural projects, the theather Dakh, GogolFest, Troitskyi drew attention to the fact that all this was constantly accompanied by the falling into the zone of something unexplored, the rejection and criticism of others, but this is what inspired him to develop, create and become successful.
Read more in Ukrainian here: http://www.ukma.edu.ua/index.php/news/3541-u-naukma-vidbulasia-lektsiia-vladyslava-troitskoho