We’re excited that a growing number of museums in the Ukraine are joining Slow Art Day 2022. We thank them for reminding us all of our shared humanity (and love for art) in a time of tensions and troop deployments.
The latest Ukrainian organization to register is The Khanenko Museum, which holds Ukraine’s largest collection of European, Asian, and ancient art.
Of course, Slow Art Day 2022 will be happening not only in Kyiv, but all over the world.
In fact, it will be our 13th annual celebration of the power of slowing down, looking at, and loving art.
Educators, curators, artists and others have planned wonderful sessions everywhere from South Africa to Brazil, Mexico, Singapore, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Finland, UK, Belgium, Australia, Latvia, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, New Zealand, across the U.S. and Canada, and many other places and spaces around the world.
If you have not yet registered to host a Slow Art Day event, then please sign up.
– Ashley, Jessica Jane, Johanna, Maggie, and Phyl