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The Far-Eastern Museum Forum will be held in Khabarovsk
From October 1 to October 5, the first Far Eastern Museum Forum will be held at the Grodekov Khabarovsk Regional Museum. The theme of the event is “Museum is an open book for everyone,” the press service of the regional ministry of culture told SI Rigma.info.
In the halls of the Grodekovsky Museum and the Military Historical Museum in the form of fairs will be presented exhibition projects of leading museums of the Far Eastern Federal District. In total, 30 museums of the Khabarovsk Karya, Primorsky Krai, Sakhalin Oblast, Yakutia, Kamchatka Krai, Magadan Oblast, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug and Amur Oblast will take part in the forum.
The program of the forum includes contests "Exhibition Project", "Best Presentation of a Museum Exhibition Project", "Cultural and Educational Event", "Museum Souvenir", a competition for the Audience Award.
The forum provides a rare opportunity for communication and exchange of experience. Within the framework of the event, there will be discussions and seminars, open lectures to be held by recognized specialists from different regions of Russia, consultations, round tables, educational programs and social events, meetings and music concerts, presentations, press conferences, overview and thematic excursions.
The space of the forum will be divided into several zones: a general one, where stands will be placed with presentations of participating museums; a platform for the presentation of exhibition projects; a platform for the presentation of cultural and educational events.
The forum is designed not only for the professional museum community, but also for ordinary visitors. With 1 on 5 October, all comers will have a unique opportunity to simultaneously become acquainted not only with the exhibitions of participating museums, but also with their cultural and educational projects. Free admission.