URBAN SPACE 100 ANNOUNCED THE WINNERS OF THE SUMMER GRANT SEASON
On 31 July, the 28th General Meeting of the co-founders of the Urban Space 100 public restaurant was held. The net profit generated amounted to UAH 198,872. 5 projects received financing for the total amount of UAH 175,970.
Learn more about the supported projects:
1. Stanislav Calling.
Grant amount: UAH 34,500
Stanislav is the world’s first interactive digital guide that will guide you through Ivano-Frankivsk. Stanislav already received a grant in January 2021, which allowed it to create content for the Telegram bot, set up a service team and found an NGO.
Stanislav Calling is a project aimed at turning a tourist experience in Ivano-Frankivsk into a fun adventure, as well as making visitors fall in love with the city and encouraging them to come back again. One of the ways to “wow” city guests is to meet them physically at the station with a package of personalised offers. Such meetings will be held by professional entertainers every Saturday for 2 months.
They will build different scenarios for welcoming guests to Ivano-Frankivsk Land. Dressed in various costumes and using props, they will invite guests to various establishments for breakfast or drinks. They will act as friends who are happy to welcome you to the cool city!
The goal of the project is to put Ivano-Frankivsk on the tourist map of Ukraine; to boost the city’s economy by increasing the number of transactions. You can find Stanislav-bot here: @Stanislavv_bot.
Funding from Urban Space 100 will cover the costs of promotional products, development of interactive cultural sightseeing routes in Ivano-Frankivsk, catering, photo and video, as well as equipment rental.
2. STEM – Camp School.
Grant amount: UAH 25,000
The project provides outdoor STEM training for six different groups aged 11-16 (15 students), which will include special workshops on social entrepreneurship, art, foreign languages, natural sciences, mathematics, IT and psychology.
The project also includes educational and research tours as well as evening events to boost your creativity and inventiveness and network, enabling obtaining thorough knowledge, practical expertise and communication skills for successful self-fulfilment in society.
Funding from Urban Space 100 will cover the costs of technical support and equipment for teams of students and coaches.
3. Alarm Ivano-Frankivsk 2021.
Grant amount: UAH 44,070
Alarm is the biggest and most anticipated event in the world of Ukrainian graffiti. Each year, hundreds of artists travel to gather in different cities and spend a weekend together, share experiences, communicate, show off their style and create hundreds of new works. The event is aimed at promoting street art and graffiti, dialogue with the urban environment and rethinking of urban spaces.
Alarm Ivano-Frankivsk was last held in 2016. It was very successful and showed a strong impetus to create graffiti in the city. At the moment, there is an active interest in the city from the outside.
The goal of the project is to present the best of Ukrainian graffiti; promote street art; create an artistic and cultural product; legalise new and renovate existing locations for graffiti. The festival is planned for 19-21 August.
Funding from Urban Space 100 will cover the costs of paint and accommodation for participants, as well as photo and video reporting.
4. 4:3 International Short Meter Festival.
Grant amount: UAH 32,400
4:3 Short Meter Festival is a pilot version of local festivals initiated by Oleksandr Hoisan in partnership with the Assortment Room project space, the Ivano-Frankivsk Film Commission and Modern Ukrainian Cinema (SUK). The festival will be held on 23-26 September in Ivano-Frankivsk and, in addition to screenings, will include a series of public events such as lectures, panel discussions and workshops by Ukrainian directors.
Also note that during the festival, a jury will watch the competition section and select the winners in each competition. The jury will consist of modern Ukrainian film industry professionals.
The goal of the project is to promote contemporary cinema in the city and bring local communities together around this event.
The grant program will cover the costs of equipment rental, catering for the festival, as well as taking photos and filming.
5. III Ivano-Frankivsk Race “Franko 100”.
Grant amount: UAH 40,000
III Ivano-Frankivsk Race “Franko 100” is a 100 km race that cyclists must finish in 8 hours.
The route will pass through the cities and towns of the Tysmenytskyi, Kolomiyskyi, Nadvirnianskyi districts of the Ivano-Frankivsk region, and the participants will be accompanied by cars and motorcycles for their safety.
The goal of the project is to keep up a positive representation of Ivano-Frankivsk in the Ukrainian cycling movement. The cycling marathon is featured in the rating of the Ukrainian Amateur Movement, which is the most prestigious rating among amateur cyclists.
Funding from Urban Space 100 will cover the costs of timekeeping, emcee, musical accompaniment, ambulance and police, as well as portable toilets.
The total amount generated by the results of the second quarter of the restaurant’s operation is UAH 198,872. Furthermore, one of the projects was not implemented, so it was decided to redistribute UAH 40,000 to new initiatives.
During the 6 years of its existence, Urban Space 100 has supported 127 projects for a total amount of UAH 3,369,926.55. Learn about all of them in the Projects section.
Apply for the next grant season from 15 September to 15 October.
Read the terms and conditions for applying for a grant from Urban Space 100 here.