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Contest of Compositions Dedicated to the Work of the Famous Writers

07.05.2019

An All-Russian Contest of Literary Landscape Compositions on the works of Russian classic literature was held for the first time in Stanitsa Vyoshenskaya on April 24, 2019. It was organized by the National M.A.Sholokhov Museum-Reserve and the Union of Russian Writers.

The contest was aimed at attraction of children and youth to creative mastering of the artistic riches of the literary classics, development of imagination and creative activity, patriotic upbringing and strengthening friendship relations among children and young people of Russia.

The contest was joined by the representatives of 16 educational institutions and public environmental organizations from different regions of Russia and near foreign countries. The cities of Orenburg, Nikolayevsk, Volzhsk, Tambov, Rostov-on-Don, the republics of North Ossetia-Alania, Kabardino-Balkaria, Abkhazia, Kazakhstan, the Lugansk People’s Republic, and the Sholokhov District schools of the Rostov Region – this is a geography of the contest.

In the scenery and compositions made in land-art style the young environmentalists and lovers of literature tried to tell about the famous writers of their native country. Besides, the contestants prepared interesting and bright performances to defend their works.

The contest jury including the representatives of the Union of Russian Writers, the National M.A.Sholokhov Museum-Reserve, the Central Library of Vyoshenskaya, the Sholokhov District Centre of Extracurricular Work and the Children’s Art School rated the works as the contest required and showed the winners.

The winners and participants of the contest were awarded presents, diplomas of the I-III degrees and certificates, and the leaders of the works were given Thanksgiving Letters.

 

Yelena Kazmina
Yelena Antashevskaya