In the qualifying round, the participants will present a portfolio, presentation, photographs, video viewing, diplomas, certificates and other documentation. As a result of accepting applications, specialists will form a catalog of creative work.
As part of the competition, the leading industry experts will held training webinars (they are available to all participants at the stage of collecting applications), as well as full-time seminars for semi-finalists and finalists.
The competition is held in five categories:
The carved art best master;
The leather-fur craft best master;
The creative craft best master;
The gastronomic souvenir best master;
The best Arctic art project.
Representatives of the tourism and hospitality industry, souvenir, gastronomic and related industries of folk art, the spheres of cultural creativity, applied folk art, artistic creative activity and various crafts, as well as self-employed entrepreneurs, workers of specialized organizations, the indigenous peoples of the North.
Semifinalists and finalists will receive diplomas, souvenirs and monetary rewards up to 75 thousand rubles.
Earlier, we wrote that the Taimyr Chief Chum brought to Norilsk the best bone carvers’ products, the Arctic young designers created T-shirts in an ethnic style, and the first craft forum in Dudinka raised the question of creating a whole industry for indigenous northerners. We also talked about the new collection of the SEVER brand, which is gaining popularity in Norilsk and Taimyr.
Text: Angelica Stepanova, photo: Olga Polyanskaya, Olga Zaderyaka and Nikolay Shchipko