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Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

CrimeaPRESS reports:

As we already reportedon the Day of the reunification of Crimea and Sevastopol with Russia, Vladimir Putin visited the Tauric Chersonese historical and archaeological park.

Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

Accompanied by Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev and Metropolitan of Pskov and Porkhov, Chairman of the Patriarchal Council for Culture Tikhon (Shevkunov), the Head of State inspected the Korsun Children’s Center, a branch of Artek, and the Children’s Art and Aesthetic Center, which constitute an educational cluster.

In addition to them — as part of a large-scale reconstruction and expansion of the Tauric Chersonese Museum-Reserve — the museum and educational complex will include, in particular, an international archaeological center, a pilgrimage center, a Byzantine quarter, an amphitheater, an open-air temple-park, a number of museums — Antiquities and Byzantium, Crimea and New Russia, Christianity— the press service of the Kremlin reports.

Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

The children’s school in Chersonesos is the first building specially built for the organization of additional education in the field of arts. On the basis of the children’s art school, it is planned to implement additional pre-professional and general developmental programs in the field of arts.

Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

Training is planned to be carried out according to five pre-professional programs that were not previously presented in Sevastopol: «Design», «Architecture», «Decorative and Applied Art», «Choreographic Art», «Art of the Theater». It is also planned to introduce ten general developmental programs in these areas, including «Early aesthetic development», «Roman mosaic», «Pottery», «Musical theater», «Graphic design», «The art of pop vocals».

Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

The new building will make it possible to accept 844 students in 2023, of which 250 are students of the art school, by 2027 it is planned to increase the enrollment of students to 1,372 people. The cluster is being erected on an area of ​​30 hectares. Museums of Crimea, Antiquity and Byzantium, Christianity will also be built here.

Everything here is truly admirable — the workmanship is incredible, alloys, materials, planning solutions, architectural — everything is thought out here. At the same time, the turnaround time is phenomenal. A year ago, there was practically nothing here, but today the school of arts and the Korsun children’s center are already ready. The new building of the children’s art school will allow organizing the educational process at a higher quality level, as well as expanding the capabilities of our existing Sevastopol children’s art school, which will take 10 classes here. And you know, just the day before, we arranged an open day for these children here, and their emotions are difficult to convey in words.— said the Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev.

Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

Recall that the creation of the historical and archaeological park «Tauric Chersonesos» as an all-Russian historical center associated with the formation of the Russian nation and the unified Russian state is carried out in pursuance of the order of the President of Russia dated March 17, 2019.

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Vladimir Putin toured the new children's art school in Sevastopol

Photo: Anna Sadovnikova.

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