We congratulate the winners and the laureates of the 5th Open City Festival "The book and the press of Mariupol"!
The 5th Open City Festival “The book and the press of Mariupol” was held on September 2d, 2012. Its main aim is to support publishing and development of literary creative work among young people.
The festival was organized by Culture and Tourism Department of Mariupol City Hall, Family and Youth Authority of Mariupol City Hall and by municipal institutions, such as Central Library Network for Adults and Central Library Network for Children.
Traditionally, the festival program included summarizing the results of the contest “The best book of the year – 2012” in 10 nominations. It is nice to mention that the lecturers from Mariupol State University were among its nominees.
The textbook produced by the associate professors of MSU Greek Philology Chair Julia Korotkova and Helen Protsenko “Listening to Greek” was found to be the best in the nomination “Scientific book. Arts”. The textbook “English for masters in international relations” by Svetlana Shepitko, Elza Vasilyeva, Helen Pavlenko and Sergey Romanyuk as well as the monograph by Andrey Osiptsov, Vladimir Pristinskiy and Alexander Kolenkov “Formation of job aspirations in pupils by means of vocationally-oriented physical education” became the laureates of the contest.
Sergey Rozhnovskiy, who presented his electronic essay “Mosaic designs”, became a laureate in the nomination “Belles-lettres. Poetry”
A youth journal “Not in the Format” (the editorial board: Anna Kotyhova, Agata Shapran, Elizaveta Nozdrina and German Kachkin) became a laureate in the nomination “Creative work of youth”.
Julia Ostryakova, a librarian from Konstantinos Leventis Hellenistic Studios, was awarded at an open city telecommunications contest of children and youth poetic creative work “Debut”, which was held within the framework of the festival.