Tetyana Ramus

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Tetyana Ramus
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Born
Тетяна Олегівна Рамус

(1980-07-17) July 17, 1980 (age 39)
Alma materTaras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Occupationartist, designer, TV and radio journalist, public activist, producer, publisher, author and presenter of television projects
Years active1997-present
Spouse(s)Igor Voronov
ChildrenAnna Voronova
Parent(s)Oleg Ramus (father)
Alla Ramus (mother)

Tetyana Ramus (Ukrainian: Тетяна Рамус; born July 17, 1980 in Kiev, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian artist, designer, TV and radio journalist, public activist, producer, publisher, author and presenter of television projects.

Biography[edit]

Tetyana Ramus was born in Kiev, in the family of a specialist in the leather industry Oleg Ramus, and an economist in the light industry Alla Ramus.[1]

In 1997, Tatyana graduated from high school, in 2002 she got an under graduate education in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.[2]

At the same moment, Tatyana mastered the professional career of the model. She worked in the modeling agencies "Line 12" and "Karin Models".[3][4]

In 1998 Tetyana got married with Igor Voronov, a Ukrainian businessman, public figure and a patron of art. A couple brings up their daughter Anna Voronova.[5][6]

TV-career[edit]

Tetyana Ramus's television career is active since 1999. From 1999 to 2001, Tetyana was the host, and subsequently the head of the "M-style" program (STB TV channel). The program was a television ACADEMY of research of the Ukrainian style of life. The purpose of the program was to tell about those who achieved success and popularity, about their lifestyle.[7][8]

From 2002 until 2004, Tatyana is the author and presenter of the TV project "Nota Bené" TET (TV channel). The concept of the program was based on Tatyana's portrait interviews with famous people and on covering large-scale cultural and sporting events in life of the country. Within the framework of the program, in cooperation with the REUTERS agency, the latest news from the world of show business and the world film industry were covered.[9][10][11][12][13]

During 2005 Tetyana was the author and presenter of the TV-project "A special case" (TV-channel Tonis (Ukraine)). The mission of the program was to provide psychological and image assistance to women who had reached a dead end in their lives. Together with a team of professional specialists and psychologists, the necessary tasks were implemented to change the psychological and visual state of the heroines. Thanks to the work done, after participating in the program, many women were able to radically change their lives for the better way.[14]

In 2008–2013, Ramus developed the first Ukrainian multi-media social and information project "Pay attention with Tetyana Ramus!". Genre - social encyclopedia. Each program not only raised the most pressing issues in the lives of Ukrainians, but also gave specific instructions on how to solve this problem, and also contained advice from the best experts in the field of medicine, society, politics, lowers, etc. The project "Pay attention" in its activity has united 4 main media directions: TV, radio, printed edition and Internet site ("5 Kanal" and "Inter" TV channels, Radio "Era"; website www.ramus.ua ).[15][16] In 2009 she founded the magazine, monthly thematic guide "Pay attention with Tetyana Ramus!".[17][18]

In 2010 Tetyana Ramus presented significant cultural and social project "Pay attention on ...". Ukrainian celebrities from the politics, culture and sports fields took part in the action. Together with famous artists, they expressed their attitude to social problems with the help of art. In the created paintings, the artists revealed the pressing problems in society, to which they would like to draw general attention. Singer Iryna Bilyk together with the artist Alexander Roiburd created a work called "Time that is not enough for good deals!". Oleg Skrypka with Vladislav Shereshevsky wrote a picture "Garbage is all around!". Irena Kilchitskaya and Oksana Mas presented the work "Understand values!". Stella Zakharova and Vladimir Bovkun demonstrated the painting "Love is near!".[19]

Tetyana Ramus regularly participates as an invited expert in Internet conferences devoted to the most topical issues in Ukrainian life (www.rbc.ua, www.for-ua.com, www.glavred.info, www.tochka.net, etc.), in the popular discussion TV-shows on Ukraine (TV channel), Inter (TV channel), UA:First ("Talking Ukraine", "About Life", "PravDyvo show with Eva Bazhen").[20][21]

ARTRAMUS[edit]

In 2012 Tetyana Ramus founded the brand #ARTRAMUS, which combined modern art and high fashion.[22][23][24]

In 2015, in Basel (Switzerland), Tetyana Ramus represented Ukraine at the world fair of modern art, Art Basel, where she presented the series of "Dresses" works.[25][26]

She is the author of the idea of the collection, which was presented at the final of the contest "Miss Universe - 2016" in the Philippines.[27][28]

The creative workshop of Tetyana Ramus, which is also a family art gallery, is located in Kiev on Pechersk.[29][30]

In 2019, ARTRAMUS gallery entered the list of official locations of the art festival Kyiv Art Week.[31] As part of the event program, Tetyana Ramus presented the first CATS exhibition in the ARTRAMUS space. At the opening of the exhibition, a lecture was held by Nikolai Palazhchenko - art dealer, curator, art critic, art historian and Art Basel VIP Representative in Baltic and CIS countries.[32][33][34][35]

Social activity[edit]

Tetyana Ramus is a permanent active participant, organizer and partner of various charity and social projects, such as:

  • The social project "Pay attention on ..." with the participation of the leading persons of the political and creative elite of Ukraine[36][37][38]
  • Annual Ukrainian National Award "Person of the Year" (2009-2011) [39][40]
  • AVON charity marathons against breast cancer ("One day walking for life") (2008-2011) [41][42][43]
  • Annual charity marathons "Run under chestnuts" (2009-2011)[44][45][46]
  • The All-Ukrainian Award "Woman of ІІІ millennium"(2009)[47]
  • The All-Ukrainian Award "The Wonder-child" (2009)[48]

In 2019 Tetyana Ramus joined the White Ribbon Campaign - international social movement for the protection of victims of domestic violence.[49][50] The goal of the collaboration is to bring together international and national opinion leaders, experts around the concept #ChangeHelpPrevent.[51][52]

June 1, 2019 ARTRAMUS headed by Tetyana Ramus and White Ribbon Ukraine held the first joint thematic seminar dedicated to the International Children's Day.[53][54]

Other projects[edit]

In 2011 Tetyana took part in the shooting of the short film "Actors" (one of the main roles, directed by Tetyana Goncharova).[55][56]

She participates in performances of the project "Theater without actors" ("Old New Story", scriptwriter and director — Natalia Vodolazko, Kiev, 2016).[57][58][59]

In 2015 she started "The Academy of adulthood for teenagers" — an alternative educational program for teenagers.[60]

Awards[edit]

  • 1-st place winner in the contest "Black Pearl" in the nomination "The best model - TV presenter in Ukraine" (2001)[61][62]
  • Award Fondazione Mazzoleni "For international Artist" (Italy, Venice, 2017)[63][64]

References[edit]

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  17. ^ "Tetyana Ramus: "I do not like our policy that the rules of the game change during the game itself"" (in Russian). from-ua.com. 2009-05-29. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
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  41. ^ "Alena Vinnitskaya, Vitaly Kozlovsky and Tetyana Ramus supported the charity marathon" (in Russian). glavred.info. 2009-10-05. Retrieved 2018-10-24.
  42. ^ "Famous Ukrainian women performed against breast cancer" (in Russian). tochka.net. 2010-09-27. Retrieved 2018-10-24.
  43. ^ "Alena Vinnitskaya, Vitaly Kozlovsky and Tetyana Ramus supported the charity marathon" (in Russian). fm-tv.com.ua. 2010-10-05. Retrieved 2018-10-24.
  44. ^ "Tetyana Ramus awarded Kiev marathon runners" (in Russian). glavred.info. 2009-06-03. Retrieved 2018-10-24.
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  63. ^ "Tetyana Ramus was awarded in Venice". dusia.telekritika.ua. 2017-09-13. Retrieved 2018-10-29.
  64. ^ "Tetyana Ramus: I adore women" (in Russian). znaj.ua. 2017-09-24. Retrieved 2019-06-21.

External links[edit]

Interviews, web conferences:

Travel notes: