Classes of the autumn set have started #kama17

In early November, we held the first classes for students of the autumn set of evening programs #kama17.

Filmmakers and Fashion students were the first to start their studies.
And within two weeks 16 more recruitment courses started.

KAMA Program Director Anna Kononenko:

We have launched a new direction of evening programs – IT, the first course of which was Product Management. For four months, together with our curators Nick Samoilov and Yevhen Timchenko, we will teach you how to manage technological products. And for the next set we plan to launch several more courses directly.

Also this season there have been changes in the composition of the curators, which I want to mention separately.

We invited Digital Marketing to be supervised by one of our regular lecturers, Volodymyr Halika, CEO of NGN Digital Agency. And the program of the course was supplemented with lectures on working with influencers, key tactics and strategies in B2B.

Oleksandr Shumylo, the author of the program, will be in charge of the Strategy course on this set after a short break. Sasha together with his partner and course curator Olena Holovatyuk supplemented the program for strategists with practical tasks and cases.

Anna Zemskova, former editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar, will be the new curator of this season’s Fashion course. Anya is a super-professional in the fashion industry for more than 15 years and is confident that she will pass on her rich experience and expertise to our students.

Lisaveta Herman, Maria Lanko and Olga Balashova supervised Contemporary Art, namely Artist and Art Management courses for 6 years. Elizabeth and Maria are currently actively preparing the Ukrainian pavilion at the Biennale, and this season will remain among our lecturers. And to supervise groups of students of artists and art managers this fall, we invited our regular lecturers Ksenia Malykh and Valeria Schiller, who supplemented the program with blocks on museum marketing and fundraising.

We are sure that all our students are very lucky with the curators and we hope that studying at KAMA will be a cool new stage in their lives.”