Christina Katrakis - artist, philanthropist, ambassador of good will,president and founder of the "It's a Small World "International Philanthropic & Cultural Foundation, political, social & cultural ministerial advisor, "Freedom to Create Global Prize" winner.

Christina Katrakis served as the ambassador of good will in the "Freedom to Create" Global Project . She is a "Freedom to Create" World Prize winner (Main Prize - commended artist). Katrakis is a president and the founder of the "It's a Small World International Philanthropic & Cultural Foundation. Through her international mission of peace, help, healing and support - Katrakis changes lives, opens new opportunities and showcases those who need our care and help the most.
Political Nomination
Chief International Advisor of the Minister of Culture (executive, curatorial, managerial activity in all governmental and ministerial international state projects: shows, concerts, cultural exchanges, cinema, education)
Latest Prize Awarded
"Freedom to Create – The Zone" – prize winner of Freedom to Create World Peace Prize,on the world tour (Egypt, New York, Paris, Bosnia, Chinaetc ), 2011
The position of the ambassador of the good will in the field of culture 2011.
Tilda Publishing
2010 - 2013
"Freedom to Create – The Zone" – prize winner of Freedom to Create branch for arts, the series of paintings The Zone won the Freedom to Create prize and are on the world tour (Egypt, New York, Paris, Bosnia, China etc), 2011. The position of the ambassador of the good will in the field of culture. On the mission traveling around the world, working in the team with major world representatives and celebrities, raising money to help those in need, working to help sick children and orphans (numerous interviews and documentaries are available on YouTube & on the Mission Blog.
The curator of the project "Lefkadia – Philanthropic Foundation", creating and opening the CIHF ( ) branch in Russia, under the "Lefkadia - Country within the Country" project, Moscow - Krasnodar, Russia and USA. Further position held is that of the future president & professor of the university branch. Until now.
Chief Curator of the Philanthropic Program of the International Academy of Arts, Milos, Greece. Until now.
Foundation International Educational & Philanthropic Projects Curator, Firtash Foundation (cultural representation project Rome, Vatican, England and the USA).
Philanthropic & Cultural Foundation Curator, Voronov's Museum of Art.
Active Philanthropic Work as a curator, manager, participant, partner with a number of Philanthropic Organizations such as: Green Peace, UNICEF, Brigitte Bardot Foundation, Children International Heart Foundation, Chernobyl Children International Project, UN Mission, UNEP, UNESCO, St Jude's, as well as projects such as: Hope for Haiti, Help for Africa, Maple Hope for Ukraine, IFAK Fundraiser Canada, The War is Now, Beauty in a Time War, Angel of Hope (Ukraine & Greece), No Man is an Island, Cooking with Kokkalis.
Coordinator and curator of the philanthropic international project - "Shine" (Global Chernobyl Fukushima project), coordinator (Japan - Ukraine 2011)
"Give a Voice to Children" Charitable Foundation, president of the
Here are just some of her international philanthropic mission projects:
No Human is an Island, Lviv
Angel of Hope, Lviv

Give Voice to Children
Help African Women One Bead At A Time
- social philanthropic project
Charitable Fund Raiser Project Fight
and You Shell Prevail!", London
The international film project "The War is Now" featuring the translated into English film "Battalion 24", showcasing the real war in Ukraine, was now presented in London!
International Project Manager - Roman Couidlie, International Project Curator - Christina Katrakis, film by Espresso TV, journalist Bianca Zalewska.

В субботу 14 марта в рамках Благотворительного Шевченковского вечера в Лондоне состоялся показ документального фильма "Батальон 24" Фильм о буднях украинского добровольческого батальона, воюющего на Донбасе, подготовила теле-компания Espresso TV. Его показ в Лондоне состоялся в рамках международного проекта "The War is Now", куратором которого выступила Посол доброй воли при ООН Кристина Катракис, международным менеджерром - Роман Кудлай.

Благотворительный Шевченковский вечер прошел в историческом здании британской столицы Old Town Hall, Stratford, London,E15 4BQ.

Огромное спасибо организатором этого события Инне Валери и ее самоотверженной команде волонтёров!!!
A film project "The War is Now" which Im curating, was shown at the Canadian IFAK Fundraiser for Ukraine in Winnipeg
A film project "The War is Now" which Im curating, was shown at the Canadian IFAK Fundraiser for Ukraine in Winnipeg, on Sunday Dec 21st. As a curator of this international project Im very proud and happy that the film Battalion 24 and the amazing story behind it helped raise a lot of much needed money and help for Ukrainian troops fighting in ATO (war frontline) protecting its country from a violent Russian aggression and invasion. These people are true heroes and to showcase their story is a great honor for me and for the whole team.
Vancouver film project: Svitlana Kominko
Berlin Film Project and Fund raiser: Maxine Noth
Canada Film Project: Oksana Platonova and Vadym Matviyenko
Winnipeg Film project and Fund raiser: Andrii Shchebukha
International Project Manager: Roman Couldlie
Production Editor: Aleksandra Sen'ko
Interviewer: Natalka Laturynska
Production: Espresso TV
Translation: Zenon Duda
International Project Curator: Christina Katrakis

Maple Leaf of Hope for Ukraine
Berlin Alternative Fashion Week Show Room Project
Art and Fashion Social Project - "Beauty in the Time of War", Haute Presents Gallery, part of Berlin Alternative Fashion Week Show Room Project
The project is aimed to showcase the elements of beauty in the time of war. How do fashion designers create their dresses under bullets? How does war influence their art? We brought together female designers - one group from Georgia and one group from Ukraine. These countries went through and are still going through a similar war, with the same enemy - Russia, if to be more exact - Putin and his politics of aggression. These designers, artists fight the same battle but they fight as the invisible soldiers of beauty, preserving perhaps the very essence of their homeland, its traditions, culture, motifs, esthetics and soul. Thus even when the lives are lost, when borders are violently demolished and lands are illegally taken - this beauty which they create remains. Because, as long as, the soul of the nation is preserved in its art - its spirit is truly immortal.

These women fight against bullets and bombs with finest silk and embroidery, they stand against the tanks with blotches of beautiful color. How does the woman artist, fashion designer sees the War?!

Opening - 6 November, Haute Presents Gallery, part of Berlin Alternative Fashion Week Show Room Project, Berlin, Germany.
Working with Kokkalis Foundation in Greece,
Cooking away with Petros Kokkalis for a good cause