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5th International creative contest the Worldwide Pushkin is launched

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5th International creative contest the Worldwide Pushkin is launched


08.04.2021


Russkiy Mir Foundation and A.S. Pushkin State Literary-Memorial and Nature Preserve museum Boldino announce that applications are started to being accepted to the Fifth International contest the Worldwide Pushkin.

Works of participants have to fall in one of the following categories: Poetry, Drama, Prose, Script. Applications are accepted until July, 1 2021. The goal of the contest is to popularize Russian language and culture, in particular the A. Pushkin heritage in Russia and abroad, supporting talented young people and developing international cooperation.

Summing up the results of the Worldwide Pushkin is traditionally held in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast in September. Finalists will receive awards, book presentations, exhibitions and guided tours to be held.

Any person from 18 to 35 years old can participate in the contest. It can be a student from Russian or foreign college, post-graduate or simply Alexander Pushkin fan.

To take part in the contest is necessary to read carefully regulations on the Fifth International creative contest the Worldwide Pushkin, and fill out the form on the competition page (in Russian language).

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