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Mga children art school

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MGA URBAN SETTLEMENT CHILDREN’S ARTS SCHOOL (47, Kgasny Oktyabr av., Mga Urban Settlement). It was founded in 1970, founder – Kirovsk District administration. The first head teacher (up to 1983) – sculptor and teacher L.M. Bryzgalova. The school has its branch in Kirovsk Town. The main specializations: drawing, painting, sculpture and history of art. School students several times became prize-winners of different contests including international ones: Children’s International artistic and peacemaking marathon “Kistochka Mira” (“Peaceful Brush”), International contest of children’s painting “Raznotsvetny Mir Detey” (“Colourful Children’s World”), International festival of young artists “Polskaya Osen-2005” (“Polish Autumn-2005”). Three school students are first prize-winners of international contest “Sozvezdiye Talantov” (“Galaxy of Talents”) and they were awarded a prize “Zvezda Akademika Likhacheva” (“Academician Likhachev’s Star”), two students are grant-holders of the Russian Federation Culture Ministry, six students are grant-holders of the Leningrad Oblast Culture Committee. Works of art made by 17 students were included into the Jubilee Book dedicated to the 300th anniversary of St.Petersburg. The best works of art made by seven students are in the funds of the Russian Museum. Many school graduates continued their education in the High Arts Schools.

Osipov, Oleg Vasilyevich

Bryzgalova, Larisa Mikhaylovna

Leningrad Oblast, the/Kirovsk District/Kirovsk Town
Leningrad Oblast, the/Kirovsk District/Mga Urban Settlement/Krasnogo Oktyabrya Prospekt (Red October Prospekt)

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