The Mobile Pavilion is the House of Europe’s regional ‘embassy’ travelling to Ukrainian cities and towns to become a magnet for locals over several weeks.
Discover EU opportunities
Find out how to get funding for your projects, complete a free professional course, or visit the EU for exchange. We will warn you about the nuances and answer all of your questions.
Learn and get inspired
Expand your horizons with lectures and workshops. Then, stay a bit longer and watch independent cinema on a big screen in the open-air and dance to your favourite Ukrainian bands.
Meet and chill
Meet fellow minded people among proactive citizens and relax on the stairs of the Pavilion on a sunny day. Choose a fresh Ukrainian publication from our bookshelf to keep you company.
What is on the programme of the Mobile Pavilion?
25 June-18 July 2021 The programme will be updated. Please find an up-to-date list of events on the website.
25 June–18 July, Tuesday–Sunday
12.00-20.00 — Pavilion is open for consultations on grants, professional learning opportunities, camps, residencies, and exchanges provided by the EU, EU Member States, and the UK.
Friday 25 June
19.00-19.30 — Opening ceremony.
20.00-21.00 — Concert of a Ukrainian band.
Saturday 26 June
18.00-19.00 — Presentation of House of Europe programme. Speaker: Dr Christian Diemer, Head of House of Europe Programme.
19.00-20.00 — Lecture "Architecture and public space: the House of Europe Mobile Pavilion". Speakers: Olga Kuchmagra, House of Europe Mobile Pavilion manager, Ivan Protasov, Yana Buchatska, and Dima Miheev, architects.
20.00-21.00 — Open air DJ-set.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "Martin Margiela: in his own words".
Sunday 27 June
17.00-18.00 — Public discussion "Informal education in the modern world". Speakers: representatives of Ukrainian Leadership Academy Mykolaiv.
18.00-19.30 — Lecture "Spatial analysis for urban projects". Speaker: Maksym Holovko, Agents of Change co-founder.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "100 films in 100 minutes".
Friday 2 July
19.00-20.00 — Public discussion "Ukrainian and European art residencies". Speakers: Lina Romanukha and Kateryna Alymova, House of Europe International Residencies managers.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "Banksy".
Saturday 3 July
12.00-20.00 — Info day with Kateryna Alymova, House of Europe Translation Grants, Digital Labs, and International Residencies manager.
18.00-19.00 — Public discussion "Who, what and why reads in Ukraine" and a short presentation of House of Europe Translation Grants. Speakers: Iryna Baturevych, Chytomo co-founder, Dzvinka Pinchuk and Kateryna Alymova, House of Europe Translation Grants managers.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "Rozdilovi".
Sunday 4 July
11.00-14.00 — Workshop on street photography. Instructor: Serhii Melnychenko, photographer and Leica Oskar Barnack Award prize winner.
19:00-20:00 — Lecture "Ukrainian films in the digital world". Speakers: representatives of Takflix.com.
20.30-22.00 — Film viewing of one of the movies from Takflix library.
Friday 9 July
21:00-22:30 — Film viewing of "Bauhaus spirit".
Saturday 10 July
12.00-20.00 — Info day with Ilona Demchenko, House of Europe International Cooperation and Infrastructure Grants manager.
18.00-19.00 — Presentation of House of Europe International Cooperation Grants and Hatathon 2.0. Speaker: Ilona Demchenko, House of Europe International Cooperation Grants manager.
19:00-20:00 — Public talk about creating stories and building spaces. Speaker: Marc Wilkins, The Naked Room, The Riverbird’s Nest, and The Reitarska-Circle co-founder.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "An Impossible Project".
Sunday 11 July
11.00-14.00 — Workshop on sketching. Instructor: Oksana Drachkovska, illustrator. Entrance is subject to registration.
19.00-20.00 — Public discussion "Transformation of the museums into creative hubs" and the presentation of digitalised works of Mykolaiv Art Museum. Speakers: Platform MY ART and Svitlana Romanenko, participant of the House of Europe Study Tour for museum managers.
20.00-21.00 — Open air DJ-set.
Friday 16 July
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "Now or never".
Saturday 17 July
12.00-20.00 — Info day with Yurii Kirushok, House of Europe Individual Project Grants manager.
16.00-18.00 — Workshop on mosaics. Instructor: Svitlana Gryb, illustrator and upcycling artist. Entrance is subject to registration.
18.00-19.00 — Presentation of House of Europe Individual Project Grants. Speaker: Yurii Kirushok, House of Europe Individual Project Grants manager.
19.00-20.00 — Presentation of the project "The poster of the city'" and the poster for Mykolaiv.
21.00-22.30 — Film viewing of "Making waves: the art of cinematic sound".
Sunday 18 July
19.30-20.00 — Сlosing ceremony.
20.00-21.00 — Сoncert of a Ukrainian band.
How do I find the Mobile Pavilion?
The Mobile Pavilion is located in the main square of Mykolaiv. Address: Soborna Square.
How does the Mobile Pavilion look?
Watch the video to learn how the Mobile Pavilion looks and what it has to offer its guests.
Any further questions?
Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions. To see the answer, press on plus.
What is the admission fee to the events of the Mobile Pavilion?
Entrance to all of the Mobile Pavilion’s events is free of charge.
However, to visit some of the events, you will need to register beforehand. We will mention whether registration is required in the description of the event.
Will you stream the events of the Mobile Pavilion?
Yes, we will stream some of the events to the House of Europe’s Facebook page. However, do not forget to check whether the event you are interested in will be online.
What are the safety measures in times of the COVID-19 pandemic?
All of the events will be held in keeping with the anti-epidemic requirements.
We ask all visitors to wear masks, use sanitiser, and keep to social distancing. All events inside the Mobile Pavilion are subject to registration.
Should the epidemiological situation worsen, we will cancel the events.
I use a wheelchair. Can I visit the events of the Mobile Pavilion?
Of course! We have a ramp and wide doors for ease of access to people in wheelchairs and parents with strollers.
Unfortunately, you might not be able to climb the stairs of the amphitheatre, but you can always sit somewhere nearby.
If you have already visited some of the events, please tell us how did you like them.