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A public interview with literary critic Yevheniy Stasinevych will take place as part of the VOICES Exhibition at The Museum of Civilian Voices by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation


We invite you to a public interview with Yevheniy Stasinevych, a literary critic, literary scholar, popular lecturer, TV and radio host. The event will take place as part of the VOICES Exhibition in the multimedia space of the Museum of Civilian Voices by Rinat Akhmetov Foundation.
The conversation will be moderated by Anastasiia Platonova, a cultural critic and curator.

- When: Thursday, 23 May, 17:30
- Where: Museum of the History of the City of Kyiv, 7 B. Khmelnytskoho Street.
- Admission is free with confirmed registration at the Museum of Civilian Voices:
We will talk about the following:
— how literature responds to, reflects on, and comprehends the experiences of the current war;
— new texts, themes, and narratives created during the full-scale war;
— how culture (in particular, literature) can be a tool for memorialisation and a field for talking about important things, challenges and re-awareness;
— social transformations visible through the field of culture.
Yevheniy Stasinevych is also a curator of art projects (Ukraine WOW, Lesia Ukrainka: 150 Names, Earth: Incredible Ukraine, The World of Skovoroda, Proper Names, Star is Rising), one of the authors of the Word Smell podcast, the author of The Price of a Question, and a senior researcher at the Kharkiv Literary Museum.

Public interviews open a series of cultural events at the Museum of Civilian Voice aimed at preserving the memory of the war. Follow the announcements of the events on the social media of Rinat Akhmetov Foundation and the Museum's website: