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Two large-scale festivals opened in Kamchatka
On August 12, within the framework of the Year of Culture, two large-scale projects were launched in Kamchatka: the III Interregional Festival of Creativity of the Indigenous Minorities of the North "Golden Springs" and the II Festival of Traditional Crafts "Masters of the Uykoal Land", the press service of the regional administration reports.
The festival "Golden Springs" is dedicated to the masters of Kamchatka culture Georgy Porotov and Boris Zhirkov. The festival will be attended by bands from Tigil, Olyutorsky, Karaginsky, Bystrinsky, Milkovskiy, Aleutsky, Elizovsky districts, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Elizovo and Vilyuchinsk.
This year's creative forums will bring together not only Kamchatka masters, but also guests from other regions of Russia. Participants from the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Chukotka Autonomous Region and the Amur Region arrived in Kamchatka. In total, about 300 people will take part in the festival projects.
On Wednesday, August 13 in Kamchatka College of Arts in 10.00 will be held a press conference with the presentation of groups, publications of the Kamchatka Center for Folk Art, the presentation of the prize to them. Porotov. On the same day in the Kamchatka Regional Scientific Library. Krasheninnikov held creative workshops of poetry and prose. For pupils and teachers of children's health camps will be held cultural and educational action "Ethnomir peoples of Kamchatka."