“Stronger than bricks”: a traveling photo project came to Vinnytsia
On July 24, the exhibition “Stronger than bricks” opened in the lobby of the Vinnytsia City Council. This is a traveling media project of the B50 volunteer community, which was one of the first to help victims of armed aggression.
The goal of the exhibition is to inspire people and motivate them to work together to restore the liberated Ukrainian communities. The project is being exhibited in Vinnytsia with the support of the city council.
The photos show volunteers who are helping residents of Kyiv region to eliminate the consequences of russian aggression: they are removing rubble and preserving destroyed houses. They are all members of the B50 volunteer community. They are unbreakable people who demonstrate the invincible strength of the Ukrainian people through their deeds, inspire and motivate others.
“Vinnytsia has been and remains at the forefront of those who are always ready to help. Balakliia, Kherson, Irpin… The list goes on and on. Everywhere people know Vinnytsia residents for their volunteer work,” says Maksym Filanchuk, Director of the Department of Culture at Vinnytsia City Council, “Stronger than bricks” is a powerful illustration of what ordinary people can do. How they bring war-torn settlements back to life meter by meter. I am sure that these photos will not leave anyone indifferent”.
“Stronger than bricks” project started its journey in Kyiv. Its path is now taking in the cities of Ukraine. The exhibition will be on display at the Vinnytsia City Council until July 31.
And from 1 to 8 August, everyone will be able to view it at the Vinnytsia Museum at 15A Petluiry Street. Entrance to all locations is free.