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The children will learn about in-demand professions, careers in the digital sphere, film and TV production, and will also be able to receive grants for an annual study at the school of creative technologies.

From June 21 to 26, the TUMO Moscow School of Creative Technologies and the VKontakte Education service will hold an educational marathon for teenagers. It will be held online, and the broadcast can be seen on the official page of the TUMO Moscow school in the social network “In contact with”.

Leaders in the field of creative industries and information technology will share their experience, talk about the professions of the future and careers in the digital sphere. The most active marathon participants will be able to receive grants for annual training at TUMO Moscow.

A large block of the marathon will be devoted to film and television production. Daria Lavrova will talk about the profession of a producer and the stages of film production. She took part in the creation of the series “Snooper”, “Tell the Truth”, “Cossacks”, and now she is working on the historical film “Heart of Parma” based on the novel of the same name by Alexei Ivanov. Also, the creators of the rating show “College” will share the secrets of developing television projects, its finalist and participants will take part in the discussion.

Specialists from technology companies will talk about cyber professions, artificial intelligence and making money on the Internet.

A concert of young performers will be held on the roof of the TUMO Moscow School of Creative Technologies, which will be brought together by Boris Barabanov, a music critic and journalist.

At the end of the marathon, participants will meet with Alexander Rogov, a blogger, host and designer, as well as a lecture on digital art and master classes. Pre-registration is required for school website.

Educational marathon program and schedule

TUMO is an international school of creative technologies for teenagers from 12 to 18 years old. Training is conducted in eight areas, including programming, graphic design, robotics, 3D modeling, computer game development, music creation, film production and animation.

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