A total of 400 projects are planned to be placed in the catalog. The contest is organized by the "Creative Economy" non-profit organization with the support of the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives.
The federal-level event was held in eight Russian cities. A record 3,243 applications were submitted for the competition, representing popular creative industries: education, design and urbanism, film production, media and journalism, music and sound design, folk crafts and others. The largest number of applications came from such cities as Tula, Sochi, Novosibirsk, Vladikavkaz. Several webinars on new technologies in the creative industries were held throughout the competition, which were viewed by more than 53.3 thousand people; 18 lectures with methodological materials from the C.E.L. educational program were recorded and published and will remain in the personal accounts of the finalists.
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