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Creative competition dedicated to Agnia Barto in Tunisia

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Creative competition dedicated to Agnia Barto in Tunisia


21.01.2021

Photo credit: the official page of the "In the world of poetry by Agnia Barto" contest on Facebook / facebook.com

The "In the world of poetry by Agnia Barto" creative competition, timed to coincide with the 115th anniversary of the poetess, was announced by the Coordination Council of Organizations of Russian Compatriots of Tunisia. Young and adult contestants can take part in the contests of readers and artists. The competition will be held from January 21 to February 10, according to the project's Facebook page.

Participants can record a video reciting the works of Agnia Barto, whose lines are known from childhood to the vast majority of Russian speakers. In the "Drawing" nomination, the organizers expect the contestants to display images dedicated to the poetess's works. Drawings must be uploaded to the competition page on Facebook.

The winners will be determined in several age groups, they will receive certificates and prizes. The works of the participants will be assessed by representatives of the organizers, as well as Russian compatriots who wished to join the jury.

Russkiy Mir reported that the Center for Russian Culture in the Latvian city of Daugavpils announced in mid-January a competition for young readers (aged three to five), timed to coincide with the 115th anniversary of Agnia Barto. Participants are expected to submit videos with the poet's poetry reading.

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