Moreover, in the modern world, with interests of many people gradually shallowing to be limited by mere consumption of civilization’s goods, there is a huge need for developing sense of beauty and interest in spiritual fare.
My passion for art evolved into desire to devote my further life to it, particularly, to sharing knowledge about art with others, fostering aesthetic sensitivity in them, and making a small yet important contribution to enhancement of cultural level in the society. Thus, following my dream, I successfully graduated as an undergraduate in Art Education: in 2008, I obtained my Honors Degree. During my undergraduate education period, I acquired organizational and leadership skills and thematic knowledge, developed aesthetic sensibility and got better realization of my purpose in career.
Willing to put my knowledge into practice, I worked with children in summers during my tuition period. After graduation, pursuit for good practice led me to an elementary school, where I had worked for one year, teaching children Art. I should mention that this experience was absolutely enjoyable, because it allowed me to broaden children’s outlook and inspire them to create something beautiful. Moreover, I consider art education for younger children extremely important for balancing other disciplines and supporting development of creativity. This is a crucial step in realization of creative potential already in early years and fostering love of art.
After practicing my knowledge with children, I moved on to work as a lecturer at the university for two years (from 2009 to 2011): this experience gave me precious skills of working with older students and quickening their interest in Art. Next, I proceeded with my education in the United States by learning English in Ohio State University between 2011 and 2013. Having achieved satisfying results there, I came back to the university and continued with my