“My Army. See Through Heart” exhibit visits Mariupol
The exhibition, which opened on November 4 at the A.I. Kuindzhy Centre of Modern Art and Culture, featured more than 200 images submitted by photographers from all parts of Ukraine as part of the “My Army. See Through Heart” project. The exhibition will last until November 25.
Mariupol will be the second city to see the exhibit after its debut in Kyiv on the eve of Ukrainian Independence Day. From there it will travel to Kharkiv, Lviv, and other cities of Ukraine.
“At one point, Mariupol was the outpost of Ukraine’s defences. This exhibit is our token of gratitude to the soldiers, volunteers, and local residents who remained patriots, didn’t give up, defended their land, and continue to defend their country’s borders,” Liudmyla Kuzina, the My Army. See Through Heart project coordinator.
The exhibition “My Army. See Through Heart” in numbers:
2300 visitors during three weeks of work
100+ children listened to a lecture by the Office of Civil-Military Cooperation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on child safety in military conflict