Music, Arts, and Crafts Workshops for Ukraine

Music, Arts, and Crafts Workshops for Ukraine

From Marcin Kierebinski

Our mission is to help and support the Ukrainian refugees to overcome the trauma of the war by psychologically and emotionally healing them with music, art, and craft workshops. Event date: July 28th to August 2nd

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Since Russia began the attack on Ukraine in February, numerous individuals, companies, and charities help the Ukrainian refugees with basic necessities such food, water, shelter and clothes. 

However, there is not sufficient support and resources towards mental health care for these people to overcome the trauma of the war. Therefore, our mission is to create music, arts, and crafts workshops for the Ukrainian refugees to assist in their mental health care. Your donation will go 100% towards purchasing supplies for the workshops and financially supporting the Ukrainian refugees as well. We accept all common currencies.

We plan to incorporate beginner instrument lessons, music therapy, art therapy, arts and craft, and painting lessons, not only for children, but also for young adults and adults as well. The current planned date is 28th of July to 2nd of August 2022.

All of the hosts have previous experience with tutoring and/or working with children.

The music and art therapy sessions will be designed and hosted by accomplished professional musicians Artur Haftman, Jenny Lee, and Antonina Pawlak.

The crafts sessions will be designed and led by Marcin Kierebinski, a freshly minted Master of Science in Robotics at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Our efforts will be supported by craft project kits from Project in the Box, an organization from UCSD that focuses on K-12 (ages 5-17) outreach. Check out their website if you would like to see the available projects and find more information: https://www.pibucsd.org

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