We will be seeking to communicate, compile, and amplify information that highlights the generosity of our community. Please consider visiting this section of our site often to learn more about the emerging initiatives and actions that are emerging in support of the art and design education and research community displaced by the invasion of Ukraine.
If you are a member or partner institution taking part in solidarity actions, please connect with us via this form.
If you are a student, faculty member, or researcher from Ukraine displaced and seeking a host institution or assistance, please contact us through this form.
Learn more about the many solidarity efforts across the network of partner institutions of Cumulus.
In Solidarity with Ukraine: Members’ Actions and Support
Designers United for Ukraine
Accommodation for Fellows Fleeing Ukraine
Learn more about how our member institutions within Cumulus are mobilizing their resources. This is a list in progress. If you have an initiative, please fill the form and contact us at [email protected].
Hosting students: 3 on Bachelor level and 3 on Master’s level (portfolio required)
Accommodation: school dormitory or matching-initiative organized by our students;
scholarships provided by our Ministry of Education;
counselling: special mailbox answered by local student in Ukrainian language
fund-raising: beneficiary sales of students´ work in auctions
cultural and social events for Ukrainian students
Ukrainian children´s center with
all kind of information – FB, leaflets, email, personal guidance, psychological assistance
We are offering grants for Ukrainian students who have had to interrupt their studies due to the war.
The Art University provides general information on entry, NGOs, psychological support and much more for refugees from Ukraine. Furthermore, the University of Art provides premises to the Ukrainian community in Linz for the establishment of a contact point for refugees and supports them in this.
The MORE initiative of Universities Austria (Uniko) react to the current Ukrainian situation, the University of Arts and Design Linz started with Ukraine Aid and accepts students and teaching staff within the MORE project as well as regular students.