The framework of the international
youth art competition
youth art competition
contest participants from around the world
The international youth exhibition-competition "My Small Homeland: Past, Present, Future" has opened new names in art.
- Promotion of young artists.
- Assisting in the socialization of graduates of graphic arts departments of universities and schools of the Republic of Bashkortostan.
- Organization of traveling exhibitions following the results of the competition
- Creation of a database of talented graduates of art and graphic departments of universities and schools of the Republic of Bashkortostan for successful socialization and increase motivation of young artists.
- Creating additional opportunities for the presentation of young artists of the Republic of Bashkortostan.
- Expanding the geography of exhibiting the works of young artists from 18 to 30 years through a series of traveling exhibitions in the Republic of Bashkortostan.
- Information promotion of young artists at the Russian and international levels.
- Involvement and integration of creativity of young artists from 18 to 30 years of the Republic of Bashkortostan in the cultural world.
II stage of the International Youth Art Competition “My Small Homeland: The Past.
In Ufa, the II stage of the International Youth Art Competition “My Small Homeland: The Past. The present. The Future ”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of Bashkortostan and the IV World Folkloriad 2020. We will talk about the goals and objectives of this unique creative project with one of its organizers. This is the chairman of the regional public organization "Artput" Victoria Samarina.
Competition for young artists dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the republic started in Ufa
In Ufa, the first stage of the exhibition-competition "My small homeland: past, present, future". About a hundred painters have already sent their work to the jury. And some are still immersed in the creative process. Empty corridors and classrooms. Pedagogical University on vacation. Only workshops are in full swing. For students of the Faculty of Graphic Arts, summer is the most fruitful period.