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September 25, 2021, 13:06

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Visitors will enjoy master classes in dancing, acting, choral singing, lectures and a concert in the library.

On September 26, the ZIL Cultural Center will host the “Territory of Creativity” festival. Guests will enjoy master classes, lectures and trainings. There will also be an exhibition of studios – residents of the ZIL Cultural Center, where you can personally communicate with the leaders and teachers of the collectives, get advice and recommendations.

Visitors will be able to learn more about the programs of the art design workshops of the ZIL Cultural Center. In the classroom, you can get acquainted with the history of art, learn photography or master computer programs.

Those who are keen on dancing will be able to choose any direction – from ballroom classics to modern dance and hip-hop.

Festival guests will be able to take part in acting, vocal and choreographic trainings of the City of Masters children’s musical theater. The mentors will tell you in detail about the lessons in the studio and how to sign up for them.

During the master class of the folk instrument ensemble “Yarmarka” you can hear the modern sound of the button accordion, balalaika, domra, accordion and zhaleika. Music games for children and adults, special breathing exercises for singers and captivating chanting were prepared by the choral studio “Rainbow”.

During the day, guests can visit the observatory and, if the weather is clear, observe the Sun through a telescope, see surface details, granulation, flares and spots.

Evening events are designed for an adult audience. A concert will be held in the library within the framework of the ZIL.AMP project with the support of the hip-hop academy.

In the lecture, blogger and popularizer of astronomy Varvara Khazova will talk about how to properly observe the starry sky, and publicist and teacher Grigory Tarasevich will give a lecture on the relevance of popularizing science in the modern world. As part of the ZIL.Kino project, a screening and discussion with the film expert Polina Skidan of Lev Kuleshov’s film “By the Law” (1926) will take place.

At the open day there will be a presentation of the ecosystem for ideas and projects in the field of culture and socio-cultural design Zil Creative Hub. Those who wish will be able to communicate with curators of different directions and get practical help in developing a development strategy and implementing their projects.

Details can be found at website ZIL Cultural Center.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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