Tetyana Sologub-Kotsan, a graduate of House of Europe and an employee of our museum, who took part in a trip for museum professionals to Germany in February, prepared an anti-crisis project for House of Europe graduates "Skansen online" and received funding for its implementation.
The project is being implemented with the support of the European Union under the House of Europe program.
This project was inspired by the situation in Ukraine and the world in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic. The implementation of the project will allow the museum to stay in touch with its visitors even in absence of live communication and mass visits to the museum.
The idea of the project is to create a series of video lessons for children and adults, which will be broadcast on the museum’s social network pages and will be available on the Youtube channel:
1. Traditions of pottery in Transcarpathia (presentation of pottery craft in Transcarpathia using museum exhibits, training in making and painting of ceramic utensils in the museum pottery workshop);
2. "Transcarpathian embroidery techniques" (video with a master class on Transcarpathian embroidery techniques) from the masters of the embroidery studio "Kosytsia" Victoria Spivak and Galina Munchak.
3. Houses of our ancestors (museum tour for children).
Transcarpathian Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life