In Novosibirsk, from May 16 to June 5, a large-scale festival of children's creativity called "The World I Live in" named after Rostislav Shilo was held. In this large-scale event, children fought for victory in different nominations: choreography, vocals, mini-miss, art direction, web design. Also during the week of the festival, numerous master classes and open lessons were held. Last Tuesday, a gala concert of the festival took place, where the finalists in all nominations were solemnly awarded.
The organizers of this large-scale event were the Good Deed charity foundation, as well as the Factor art gallery and its owner Irina Kuznetsova.
“The main goal of this festival is to help reveal the creative talent of every child,” said Irina Kuznetsova, owner of the Factor art gallery. “In addition, this event helps children with disabilities and children who find themselves in a difficult life situation to integrate into society. The festival also helps children from various creative teams to exchange cultural experiences."
The organization of this large creative project took place with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Novosibirsk Region. Acting Minister of Culture of the NSO Igor Reshetnikov took part in the event and congratulated the contestants. He emphasized the importance of the World I Live in Festival for children.
“Good is the most important thing in the life of people,” Igor Nikolaevich addressed the guests of the evening. - All children are talented in their own way, and this festival gave every child the opportunity to perform on stage and show themselves. Of course, this event is a great joy for the children and their parents. But for the Novosibirsk region, such projects are very important because this is our future, the development of our culture. I believe that there should be as many such contests as possible. The Ministry of Culture supports such festivals, it is important for us."
During the gala concert, which took place on June 5, all the winners received awards, as well as valuable prizes and gifts.
Such events, according to the organizers of the festival, educate individuals, form patriotic consciousness, and also draw the attention of society to issues of love and care for the world around them. At the same time, The World I Live In creates a creative platform for sharing experiences and honing the skills of creative teams, individual performers and participants. The festival was held with the participation of children with special needs, children from orphanages and large families. The site "Arguments and Facts - Novosibirsk" became the information partner of this project.