Thursday, 22 September 2016 09:53

Invites Russia to Finland Cultural Forum

Rate this item
(0 votes)

From 29 September to 1 October will be held XVII Russian-Finnish Cultural Forum in Tampere, Finland "Children and young people as a cultural resource and cultural capital of the future."

The forum will be raised issues of children and youth culture in public policy, artistic education and training, access to cultural values, the development of children's and youth creativity in modern forms, to attract young people to the establishment of national cultural programs.

In addition to the plenary discussion "Creative children - a look into the future", the program activities are planned seminars on museum business, restoration and architecture, music and dance, street art, library and art therapy.

Participants of the forum will be the traditional leaders of cultural organizations and regional administrations of the two countries, representatives of educational institutions, associations, clubs, according to Finnish media agency Media Comnatel Oy.

Note creative ideas of Russian and Finnish partners cover almost all areas of modern culture. Among the joint 145 projects this year - traveling historical exhibition "Finland 100 Years", post exhibition "With Love to Vyborg", master-classes of the Finnish "Magic Theatre 13" and Ryazan Drama Theatre, holding children's ethno-cultural camps, creating "music network" between musical College "Madenoyya" from Oulu and children's music schools of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Vologda, Tver, Petrozavodsk, and more.

The organizers of the annual Russian-Finnish Cultural Forum are the Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland, the Ministry of Culture of Russia, as well as the Company "Finland-Russia".

For 15 years, the forum was attended by about 4,500 people, about a thousand implemented partnership projects, many of them continue to work independently on a continuous bilateral basis.
Переводчик Google для бизнеса –Инструменты переводчикаПереводчик сайтовСлужба "Анализ рынков"



Read 1418 times
Login to post comments