Upcoming exhibitions:

 

 

"DAY OF SLAVIC WRITING AND CULTURE" International Exhibition-Competition

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Name: "DAY OF SLAVIC WRITING AND CULTURE" International Exhibition-Competition.

Topic of the exhibition: Day of Slavic writing and culture (Day of Saints Cyril and Methodius) is dedicated to the day of memory of the holy Equal-to-the-Apostles brothers Methodius and Cyril (IX century), enlighteners of the Slavs, creators of the Slavic alphabet.

Registration deadline: July 21, 2020 inclusive.
To participate, you must register (go to section "Registration for projects "Victories of Russia"

Form of participation: original and copy.
Registration deadline: July 21, 2020 inclusive.
Exhibition address: St. Petersburg, Bolshaya Morskaya St., 38 (Exhibition Center of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists).
Exhibition Dates: July 28 - August 2, 2020.
Exhibition Schedule: 12:00-19:00, daily including Saturday and Sunday.
Graduation ceremony: August 2, 17:00

The project is carried out in the form of an exhibition and competition. The competition is held simultaneously with the exhibition.

 

Registration Sequence:

1 Step: download and fill out labels for each work (download in format Word, PDF, RTF);
2 Step: upload labels and files (photos or videos) to any file hosting service, you can compile files into an zip archive (see "File hosting services list");
3 Step: fill in the form (links from file hosting and labels are published in this form) - click on the link "Application form"".
 

Exhibition sections: 
1) Visual arts: painting, graphics, watercolor, pastel;
2) Arts and crafts: textiles, sculpture, arts and crafts, crafts;
3) Digital art: photography, design.
4) Literature: poetry contest, prose contest, reader contest.

Wikipedia:

Day of Slavic writing and culture (Day of Saints Cyril and Methodius) is the Russian name for the holiday dedicated to the day of memory of the holy Equal-to-the-Apostles brothers Methodius and Cyril (IX century), enlighteners of the Slavs, creators of the Slavic alphabet.
Day of Slavic writing and culture is celebrated annually on May 24 in all Slavic countries. For the first time in Russia, this day was celebrated at the state level in 1863, in connection with the 1000th anniversary of the creation of the Slavic alphabet by Saints Cyril and Methodius, in the same year a decree was passed on the celebration of Memorial Day of Saints Cyril and Methodius on May 11 (May 24, according to the new style). The holiday was revived in 1986, and in 1991 it received the status of a state.