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АRT-OKNO ON AIR in Novotroitsk

The event took place in the city park, which was reconstructed in the framework of the agreement on the social and economic cooperation between Metalloinvest, the Government of the Orenburg Region and the City Administration of Novotroitsk. In 2015, children’s and sports grounds and small architectural structures were installed in the park; the territory was landscaped. For the first time after the renovation such, a grand event took place in the park, where citizens were able to appreciate all the possibilities of a new recreation environment.

The idea of ​​creating a comfortable urban environment in small cities and landscaping the existing parks so that they become more comfortable, modern and frequently visited recreation places inspired the organizers to hold a city holiday in the newly renovated Novotroitsk park.

The ART-OKNO ON AIR has become the largest open-air event in Novotroitsk. More than 20,000 residents and guests of Novotroitsk of all ages participated in a special program prepared by the “Soyuzmultfilm” film studio.

The program of the ART-OKNO ON AIR included demonstrations of modern cartoons and animated movies from the “Soyuzmultfilm” film studio’s golden collection, sports activities for the whole family, a zone of extreme sports and performances by professional athletes, workshops for children of all ages, a dance floor, street interactive and theatrical performances, a food court and much more.

An especial gift for all city residents was a performance by singer and composer Taras Stanin, who is the beatbox champion of Russia. The festive day ended with the performance of the finalist of “The Voice” show on Channel One Vanya Chebanov with his band.

Maryiana Zolina, the director of the ART-OKNO festival, commented, “We held a city holiday in Novotroitsk for the first time and we hope that this event will become a new tradition for the city. One of the main objectives of the festival is the cultural development of small towns. Therefore, the holiday program included not only entertaining, but also educational activities.”