The international performative conferenceIn the Face of Natural Disasters, War, and Pandemics: What is the Therapeutic Potential of Art?
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
The event initiated by Institut ACTE - Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and National Academy of Arts of Ukraine.
The Aleksandr Savchuk Foundation is a partner of the Palais de Tokyo under the umbrella of the Art & Society Circle.
Institut ACTE - Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne is a public research university located in Paris, France. It was created in 1971 and there are three main domains: Economic and Management Sciences, Human Sciences, and Legal and Political Sciences. Institut ACTE is a leading research unit focused on the theme of creation. The institute fosters interdisciplinary collaboration between art scholars and art researchers
The National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
The National Academy of Arts of Ukraine is a self-administered scientific organisation in the field of culture and arts, based on state ownership. The Academy supports the continuation of the glorious traditions of the Ukrainian people in the field of art, the science of art and culture, as well as art education. Founded in 1996, it has become a prominent institution for the artistic and scientific community of Ukraine.
The Aleksandr Savchuk Foundation
The Aleksandr Savchuk Foundation has been established in 2014 as a private non-profit organisation that provides support to cancer patients, rewards and encourages leading medical and scientific professionals, promotes innovative prevention projects through a unique combination of knowledge, skills and decisive action, as well as implementing art in its healing effect on human health.
The Palais de Tokyo in Paris is Europe's largest center for contemporary creation, is effervescent, audacious and pioneering. It is the living place of today's artists. Designed in 1937 for the Exposition internationale, today it offers the opportunity to sample the pulsation of emerging art and the chance to familiarise with the creators of our time, in the very place where some of the outstanding artists of the past century were exhibited.