Agidel company presented folk crafts products at "Zhivoi Istochnik" exhibition in Moscow
UFA, 18 October 2017. /Bashinform News Agency, Alim Faizov/.
The exhibition of folk art crafts "Zhivoi Istochnik" ("Live Spring") was opened in the "Manege" central exhibition hall in Moscow. The opening ceremony was attended by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Olga Golodets, who voiced a welcome letter from President Vladimir Putin. The chairman of the organizing committee of the exhibition was the first deputy chairman of the State Duma Culture Committee Joseph Kobzon. The company from Bashkiria — the Agidel Bashkir art crafts participates in the exposition with its exhibits.
The "Zhivoi Istochnik" exhibition will be held in the capital until October 25 and is dedicated to folk art crafts. Its objectives are to preserve the common cultural space, strengthen inter-regional cultural cooperation and draw attention to the current problems of the development of art crafts. Visitors of the exhibition will be able to see more than 1,500 highly artistic works of Russian folk artists and artists. Masters and artists from 140 organizations from more than 40 regions of Russia present their products at "Manege". The exhibition is organized with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, the Ministry of Culture of Russia and the Government of Moscow. Gennady Drozhzhin, Chairman of the Board of the Association of Russian Folk Crafts of Russia, announced during the grand opening of the exhibition that such an exhibition was launched for the first time in the history of modern Russia.
The works by Agidel company — embroidered towels, national bedspreads, ethnic clothes, painted hand-made boxes and much more — are very popular among visitors at the exhibition.