“Culture of Yamal”. The first issue of the collection was presented
11:25 10 апреля 2020
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The regional department of culture presented the first issue of the collection “Culture of Yamal” for 2020 (https://depcul.yanao.ru/documents/other/67914/). The authors of the magazine traditionally share their creative achievements and recall the figures of art of Yamal, who left a significant mark in history of culture of the region.
Materials on implementation of the national project “Culture” open the new issue. The authors tell about potential of use of the augmented reality in a museum and how improvement of skills of teachers in children’s art schools influences on quality of art education.
From materials of the collection it is also possible to learn how the Literature map of Yamal “Khorey” was created. It contains information about 148 authors of Yamal, more than 7 thousand art-works, where each tenth is in languages of indigenous peoples of the North. (The details can be found here https://sever-press.ru/2020/02/27/the-literature-map-of-yamal-khorey-will-unite-writers-of-the-region/ and here https://sever-press.ru/2020/02/28/the-literature-map-khorey-is-know-how-of-yamal/).
In addition, the collection contains materials that tell how volunteers of libraries in Noyabrsk live, and how the collective of the Komi folk group “Obdoryanka” celebrated the 30th anniversary of its creative path.
Employees of the Museum of development of the North in the town Gubkinskiy invite to go on a virtual tour to the camp of forest Nenets people, and colleagues from the Cultural and Business Center and the town Muravlenko — to join the audience of the festival of theatrical art and to visit the wonderful holiday of friendship of peoples. Here it is possible to look at the exhibition of an artist Tatyana Kipko and a craftsman Gennady Khartaganov.
The issue is completed with an article about an object of cultural heritage of local significance — the sacred place on Lake Nyamboy-to in Tazovskiy district, as it is reported in the department of culture of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.