Visual Art
In addition to music, visual art is also at the core of the Bouquet Kyiv Stage Festival.

We are obliged to an outstanding artist Oleksandr Dubovyk with the symbol of the festival – the Bouquet.

Traditionally the festival invites you to visit an exhibition of O. Dubovyk's works which have not yet been demonstrated to the general public, an exhibition of paintings created by the artists of the 1960s, a series of sculptures "Tini" (The Shadows), an exposure from the Mykhailo Bulgakov archive and a project straddling visual art and state-of-the-art technologies.
Oleksandr Dubovyk - a Ukrainian painter, graphic artist and monumentalist, a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, the Honorary Member of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, the head of the artistic association "Pohliad" (The Look). Oleksandr is a symbolic personality in the cultural life of Ukraine.

Each of his exhibitions, works, books, texts, graphic works – is a new, significant contribution to our cultural heritage. The painter's works attract the audience unconditionally by their intellectual and emotional syncretism as well as deep sense behind the mask of the outwardly quaint illogical form.

Since 1968 - Member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine; since 2009 - Honorary Academician of the Academy of Arts of Ukraine. Since 1984, several dozen solo exhibitions of Dubovik have taken place in Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Germany, France, USA, Iran, Russia, Romania.

The painter has developed his own visual-plastic system of painting in which the interpretations of suprematism, late cubism, geometric abstractions, domestic icon painting and the avant-garde of the 1920s are combined. His works are created on the border between figurative and non-figurative art and reflect the reduced impressions of reality.

Olexander Dubovyk, a Kyiv painter and philosopher, is one of the authors of the Bouquet Kyiv Stage Festival. The festival's symbol Bouquet, a modern mega-symbol, is a gift of the artist to the Festival.
M. Bulgakov Literature Memorial Museum was founded in 1989 as a branch of the Kyiv History Museum.

The museum is housed in the building located at 13, Andriyivskyy Descent. It is here that the family of A.I. Bulgakov (father of M. Bulgakov), a professor at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, resided. M. Bulgakov spent his young and student years in this house. He also returned here from the front of World War I. In this building he worked as a doctor and saw his patients. Here he presented his first written stories. The plot of Bulgakov's first novel "The White Guard" and the play "The Days of the Turbins" was set in this house.

Core exposition of the museum opened in 1993.

As Bulgakov had not engaged in writing when living in Kyiv, a decision was made to tell the visitors of the exposition a story of the city as a source of writer's formation, of Kyiv traditions, peculiarities and distinctive features. As exactly these factors had transformed the writer into a personality that we know nowadays. The task of the museum is to tell the visitors about the large Bulgakov family, about the spirit of Kyiv and nurturing of the individuality.

Restoration of the Bulgakov family traditions is also underlying the museum celebrations. Thus, since 1995 New Year's Party for children has been held here annually, since 2000 – Easter celebration with the restoration of Easter festive meal according to the original photo. Beginning with 2004, M. Bulgakov's death mask has been exhibited in the museum once a year on the day of his death. In 2004 a project "Tea Party on Bulgakov's Veranda" was started. Since 2006 musical evenings, which the Bulgakovs were so fond of, have been held in the museum on the 13th day of each month. These famous "jour fixe", or so called "guest nights", were extremely popular with the intelligentsia and were used as a pretext to spending leisure time in a refined way.

These guest nights were accompanied with music, vocal pieces, amateur theatrical performances. Since 2012 "Bulgakov Gatherings" have been organized – where children can meet with Ukrainian chidren's authors. In 2013 the museum conducted a dancing flash mob at Andriyivskyy Descent. In 2015 one more project was initiated – "Bulgakov Book Club", within the framework of which literary, musical events, presentations, lectures and film shows have been held. Equally interesting is the project "Entrance From the Veranda", within which meetings with poets and writers are organized.

The museum supports volunteer initiatives and events not only at the city level, but also at the state level.

M. Bulgakov Literature Memorial Museum has been considered 'a must-see' tourist sight for many years already. For the 28 years of its existence it has been visited by guests from America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
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