Nataliya Teramae

Nataliya Teramae, Helsinki, Finland (Nataliya Teramae)
Nataliya Teramae is a freelance journalist, university lecturer and cultural manager currently based in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with MA degree in journalism. Her work included writing and editing for national daily newspaper ‘Ukraina Moloda’, weekly ‘Bez Tsenzury’, online media ‘PiK Ukrainy’. She also worked as a speechwriter at the Secretariat of the President of Ukraine. In Helsinki, Nataliya Teramae runs the Ukrainian Film Days festival. She also lectures about Ukrainian culture at the University of Helsinki. Teramae is an author in the Finnish PEN collection book ‘Sulava’ (‘Melting’). In Finland, she is researching Finnish-Ukrainian intercultural connections, including working on a manuscript about Oleksandr Bohomazov.

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Bohomazov in Finland: Hints of Color and Distinct Charms of the North
Article date: Friday, September 17, 2021

Bohomazov in Finland: Hints of Color and Distinct Charms of the North

Nataliya Teramae writes a profile that captures the art and journey of Oleksandr Bohomazov (1880-1930) by focusing on his Finnish trip and how this came to play out in the artist's 'Finnish series'.

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