"ROAD TO CALVARY" International exhibition-contest of church and religious art

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Title: "ROAD TO CALVARY" International exhibition-contest of church and religious art.

What the exhibition is dedicated to:  The exhibition will present to a wide audience the works of authors, which are based on strengthening of creative and spiritual ties, modern vision of church-society relations, problems of interaction between faiths and peoples of the multinational state, role of Russia in the international arena. The exhibition will be a catalyst for great public interest in Russian modern religious art, which will certainly increase Russia 's credibility on the world stage as a guardian of native Russian Orthodox traditions. The project will indicate new positive traditional trends based on the tradition of Russian culture of Orthodox art, schools and directions in Russian Orthodox culture, will give an opportunity to a huge number of viewers to see new in Orthodox culture of Russia, to join native Russian traditions.

There are three forms of participation:

1) Art print participation (you send file, we print and exhibit)
2) Artwork partiсipation (you ship artwork, we exhibit)
3} Personal partiсipation (you visit Moscow and bring artwork in person)

Registration deadline: until July 22, 2020 incl.

Exhibition dates: July 28 - August 2, 2020,
Working time: 12.00-19.00 (12 a.m - 7 p.m.)
Graduation ceremony: August 2, 17:00
Address: St. Petersburg, Bolshaya Morskaya St., 38 (Exhibition Center of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists).

Age Rrestrictions: 
Two groups of authors participate in the exhibition and competition: up to 17 years old and over 18 years old. Each group is exhibited separately.

Registration Sequence:

Stage 1: download and fill out labels for each work (download in format Word, PDF, RTF);
Stage 2: upload labels and photos to any file hosting service, you can download an archive (go to "List of file hosting services");
Stage 3: fill out an application form (click on the link "Application form"), links from file file hosting services are published in the questionnaire.

Exhibition sections: 
1) Visual arts: painting, graphics, watercolor, pastel;
2) Decorative and applied art: textiles, sculpture, decorative and applied art, crafts;
3) Digital art: photography, design.


Wikipedia: Christianization of Kievan Rus' — Term, which in modern historical science means introduction in Kiev Rus of Christianity as the state religion, carried out at the end of the X century by Knyaz Vladimir Svatoslav. Traditionally, following the chronology, the event is accepted to refer to 988 and to be considered the beginning of the official history of the Russian Church.

Traditionally celebrated on July 28.