This month ICEA celebrates 10 years in business. Elena Seitz, a vice president of ICEA, gives a TV interview about ICEA’s role in “people’s diplomacy” and it’s importance for architects and other professionals in Ukraine. This video highlights ICEA’s work…
The International Cultural-Educational Association (ICEA) invited a group of Ukrainian municipal workers and business owners from the city of Vyshhorod, near Kiev, to participate in a program that was conducted in Schaumburg and Chicago, Illinois, during October 09-14, 2011.
In June-July 2011 ICEA organized the second exhibition of a well-known painter Aida Shatska at the Schaumburg Township District Library. Aida Shatska is among the greatest artists, who is gifted to see beauty in the every day surrounding. She has incredible skills to implement this beauty in the world of art and the world of teaching.
During the week of April 8-16th, 2011 International Cultural Educational Association (ICEA) hosted a group of Russian educational leaders in Palatine, IL. The delegates were taking part in the congressionally sponsored Open World Program, which brings political and civic leaders from Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and other post-Soviet states to the United States for short-term professional trips.
The International Cultural-Educational Association (ICEA) and TD Marketing Global, Inc. in partnership with the Ukrainian company called “Business Trip Center” (www.businesstrip.in.ua) invited a group, including mayors of Ukrainian cities, municipal workers, business owners and others, to participate in a program conducted in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles (state California) during March 26 to April 2, 2011.
ICEA presents Art Expo at the Schaumburg Township District Library: 130 S. Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193. The expo will continue until December 2010.
The International Cultural-Educational Association (ICEA) invited a group of international architects and builders to participate in a program conducted in New York City and Washington , D.C. during August 1-7, 2010.
In April 2010 a group of six Ukrainian librarians came to Chicago to learn about American library and educational systems. Among Chicago libraries the group visited Northwestern University Library, Indian Trails Public Library, Schaumburg District Library, Chicago Public Library, Palatine Public Library, Harper College Library and others.
The International Cultural-Educational Association (ICEA) hosted a group of Ukrainian builders who participated in a program conducted in January 16-27, 2010.
A group of Russian Jazz Musicians performed in California this November as part of participating in the Open World Cultural Leadership program. Selected musicians from different parts of Russia came together into the Stockton Valley to perform, learn and exchange music with fellow students and accomplished musicians. University of Pacific and Brubeck Institute hosted the group.