September the 4th. The Honorary Consul of the Republic of Latvia Olena Vyshnіakova visited the exhibition of Vera Shevchenko and the group of psychologists-volunteers “OK” “Unity - a force that creates history. Dedicated to Ukrainian volunteers”. Vera Shevchenko is not only a talented artist, she is a psychologist, art therapist, coordinator of Psychological Crisis Service in Irpin Hospital, member of the Ukrainian Association of specialists who help to overcome the effects of traumatic events (UASOETE). Olena Vyshniakova and Vera Shevchenko become acquainted due to the participation of the Honorary Consulate of Latvia in the process of sending Ukrainian psychologists for rest and rehabilitation to the Latvian camp. United by a common purpose of helping war victims, the Honorary Consul and the artist found a variety of topics for joint projects. Currently the exhibition is being demonstrated in Kyiv, nevertheless, on September 21st the exhibition of Vera Shevchenko and the group of psychologists-volunteers “OK” called “Unity - a force that creates history. Dedicated to Ukrainian volunteers” will be opened in the LatviArt Cultural Center, Chernihiv. Confined to the Baltic Unity Day (22.09), the exhibition will be on display during three weeks. Just at the close of the exhibition, the artist will give a master class on felting. The entrance is free.