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School of the Future

“School of the Future” is the third art festival, which takes place in the museum-gallery, it is about the study of the color and coloration, about fine arts in modern education, as aesthetic awareness is a prerequisite for spiritual enrichment. P.A. Beletsky defined art as follows: “Art, like language, is a means of communication between people, like science it is a means of understanding reality, like pedagogy and morality it is a means of education, promoting knowledge and standards of behavior in a society. Art implies any purposeful human activity, the ability to find way of realizing an idea in one form or another. Ability to express thoughts in words is also an art. Creation of an object by some means providing high quality of a product is also an art. Consequently, the art is similar in many ways to other kinds of human creativity.”
The power of pictorial art, like art in general, lies in the depth of conception and perfection of form. A combination of an outstanding idea and professional skills gives a perfect work of art.
Preservation of history of science and technology, parallel education in museums of technical profile in order to provide a solid art education to the next generation and implant an attitude to art as an aesthetic pleasure is a purpose of the “Museum and School” project.
The “School of the Future” festival will be held in the museum gallery during the school years 2012 – 2013 and will be completed by a thematic exhibition dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the museum-gallery.