In the foyer of the third floor of the sessional building of the Verkhovna Rada, the People's Deputy of Ukraine Pavel Dzublik opened the creative exhibition "Drevlyansky Divost" held in the framework of events timed to the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl tragedy. At the exhibition are exhibited paintings from artistically crafted straw, created by teachers and students of the Ovruch model Malaya Academy of Folk Arts and Crafts.
Director of the Small Academy - Honored Artist of Ukraine Nikolay Klimovich, who presented his best compositions "For Faith and Will", "Golgotha" and "Land of the Drevlyans", shared with the guests the secrets of the mastery of the ovruch straw solos.
President of the International Charity Fund "Children of Chernobyl for Survival" Lyudmila Zakrevskaya, who co-led the exhibition, noted that this event aims to draw the attention of parliamentarians to the problems of the children of Ovruch, Narodichsky, Malinsky and other regions of Zhytomyr Polesie, still suffering from the consequences of the accident Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
The exhibition will last until April 26.